Subarea Plan Fall City Washington

Snoqualmie Valley/ Northeast King County Subarea Plan
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Fall City Community Survey, October 2022: Summary of Results (PDF)

Fall City Community Survey, October 2022: Raw Data including comments (Excel)

Fall City Subarea Committee Recommendations, November 1, 2022 (PDF)

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Your King County Subarea Planners:

Jesse Reynolds: email or call 206-477-4237

Jacqueline Reid: email or call 206-263-2052

Helpful Definitions and Resources

Growth Management Act: The Growth Management Act (GMA) is a series of state statutes, first adopted in 1990, that requires fast-growing cities and counties to develop a comprehensive plan to manage their population growth. More Info and links on this page.

Urban Growth Boundary: On July 6, 1992, the King County Council approves an urban-growth boundary required by the recently enacted Growth Management Act (GMA) as a way to prevent sprawling uncontrolled development.
Download Washington State Map showing Urban versus Rural areas

The King County Comprehensive Plan: In 2015, King County was the most populous county in Washington State and the 13th most populous county in the nation. Between 2015 and 2031, King County is targeted to grow by 252,000 residents. The King County Comprehensive Plan is fundamental for directing and managing this anticipated growth. It contains policies guiding development and land use in unincorporated areas of the County, as well as service provision throughout the County and the region.

Rural King County: The Growth Management Act has made a mandatory rural element by designating rural lands in order to limit development and prevent sprawl, by permitting land uses that are compatible with the rural character established in the King County Countywide Planning Policies (CPPs), and by providing for a variety of rural densities.

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Advocacy Contacts

About Fall City

King County Department of Local Services
John Taylor, Director
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