||Capital Improvement Plan
The City's Capital Improvement Plan identifies parks, transportation,
surface water and public facilities projects and their specific
funding sources. The Plan is developed in conjunction with
the budget and relies on public involvement. Learn about
currently funded projects and how you can be a part of this
important decision making process.
The City's Comprehensive Plan is a document that identifies
the goals, objectives, principles, guidelines, policies,
and strategies for the growth and development of the community.
The Plan describes land use patterns according to whether
a given district or parcel will be devoted to residential,
commercial, or industrial use. It also includes transportation,
public facilities, and sometimes social services or redevelopment
(urban renewal) plans. The Plan must be coordinated with
the Growth Management Act and the King County-wide planning
policies. View the City's Comprehensive Plan.
||Land Use Plans
In support of the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive
Plan, the City adopts Master Plans that describe and
map the development concept for an area, including
present and future land use, detailed urban design and
landscaping, built from, infrastructure and service provision.
View current Master Plans and learn how to get involved
in updates of future plans.
||Parks & Recreation Plans
To achieve the parks, recreation and open space goals identified
by the community, the City adopts a comprehensive park
master plan as part of its overall Comprehensive Plan.
In addition, the City may adopt master plans for specific
sites such as the Civic Center Master Plan or the Rotary
Community Park Master Plan. View current Master Plans
and learn how to get involved in updates of future plans.
The City's storm water management program identifies, prevents and manages
the impacts of development on water runoff like flooding, erosion, pollution,
and low stream flows.
The City has adopted plans for both Motorized and Non-Motorized Transportation.
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July 18, 2012