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Proposed and Recently Adopted Zoning Code Amendments

Proposal Status Contact
Mobile Services Zoning Code Amendment
(more info)
Review begins 6/29/16; public hearing 7/13/16  Jeff Churchill
Low Impact Development (LID) Integration Zoning Code Amendments
(more info)
Under review  Peter Holte
Zoning Code Amendments Regarding Temporary Encampments
(more info)
Under review David Lee
Redmond's Historic Core Plan
(more info)
Under review: public hearing 6/22/16
Kimberly Dietz
or
Sarah Stiteler
Retail Marijuana Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code Amendments
(more info)
Adopted: Ord. 2836, effective 6/18/16 Jason Rogers
2015-16 Landslide Hazard Areas Map and Stream Classification Map Updates
Adopted: Ord. 2819, effective 3/12/16 Cathy Beam
or
Roger Dane
2015 Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code Miscellaneous Amendments Adopted: Ord. 2802 and Ord. 2803,
effective 10/17/15
Cathy Beam

More information about proposed amendments can be found on the Planning Commission's Topics Under Review page. See the Ordinances and Resolutions page for adopted amendments.

Projects Vested in 2011 or Earlierdecorative line image

For projects vested on or before April 15, 2011, please see the the old Redmond Community Development Guide on Code Publishing's website.

 

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