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​2017 Work Plan

The Planning annual work plan includes amendments proposed to the comprehensive plan (the annual docket) and development regulation updates. 

Click the Project Name in the table below, to visit that project's specific webpage

Annual Docket Items

​Project ​Anticipated
SEPA Process
​Anticipated Completion ​Status

Joint Planning Area (JPA) Boundary Revisions

​DNS ​Summer ​Postponed

Countywide Planning Policy Revisions


Rural Lands Revisions
(Plan & Regulatory Updates)

2018 Ongoing

Housing Element Update
(Plan & Potential Regulatory Updates)

Summer 2018 Ongoing


Potenital Docket Items

Several Work Plan items may result in a recommendation for Comprehensive Plan updates.  The following items may or may not be needed and/or completed in 2017.

  • Freeland Subarea Plan – completion of the Freeland Development Regulations may result in updates to the Land Use Chapter of the Freeland Subarea Plan.  
  • Parks& Recreation Element – per discussions that occurred during the 2016 update, Public Works may review and revise definitions and criteria for the Parks zoning district. 
  • UGA Resizing Review per CWPP 3.3.12 – placeholder for potential revisions.


Development Regulation Updates

​Project Anticipated
​SEPA Process
​Anticipated Completion ​Status
Critical Areas Ordinance Update ​DNS Summer ADOPTED

Code Revisions to 16.26,
Annual Docket Process

Exempt​ ​Spring


Freeland Development Regulations
(Implementing the Subarea Plan)

​Early 2018 Ongoing

Updates to Interlocal Agreements

​Exempt ​Postponed



Additional and ongoing projects include, but are not limited to, Clinton area planning discussions, Public Benefit Rating System (PBRS) criteria review, evaluation of the Coordinated Water Systems Plan, interjurisdictional planning efforts, and process/procedure updates. 

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Project Updates

Stay up to date on proposed amendments (scroll down the topics list and in the Planning topics, select ‘Comprehensive Plan’ and/or ‘Development Regulations Updates’).

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