These detailed local land use plans are part of the King County Comprehensive Plan. Each plan includes specific policies, guidelines, and criteria to guide development and capital improvement decisions in one of King County’s six rural Community Service Areas and five urban Potential Annexation Areas.
Each Community Service Areas has—or is scheduled to have—a subarea plan, ensuring that the entire unincorporated area receives planning on a regular cycle. This planning includes a regular assessment of the area’s land use goals, population changes, new development, and other demographic and socioeconomic indicators.
To address unique issues in each area, Community Service Area Land Use Subarea Plans may also have localized focuses on rural town centers, urban neighborhoods, or corridor approaches.
Community Needs Survey
Jacqueline Reid, one of three Sub area planners in the DLS says changes in some provisions of sub-area planning expand beyond land use to include all areas of service through the lens of equity and social justice. Community input is needed to build a community needs list identifying program services and capital improvement programs, and to develop the subarea plan.
Fill out the community needs survey on the King County Website www.publicinput.com/SnoValleyNEKC
There is one survey question: What services, programs or capital improvements should be on the Snoqualmie Valley-NE King County Community Needs List? You may submit your answer on the website or write up your comments and submit them as an attachment.
King County Countywide Planning Process
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