Comprehensive Planning
The Comprehensive Plan - Redmond 2030 - establishes the City's future vision and policy direction. Click the image above to access the document. 


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In addition to its 17 thematic chapters, or elements, Redmond 2030 includes supporting documents to address physical infrastructure. Known as functional plans, these documents are adopted by City Council and attached to the Comprehensive Plan by reference. They include:

 

2013-2014 Comprehensive Plan Amendments

Application period closed - work is underway

City Council approved the 2013-14 Comprehensive Plan docket, which sets the scope of policy and related zoning code amendments through July 2014. The list of city and privately-initiated amendments is contained in the adopting ordinance, along with a summary of each proposal and discussion of the cumulative effects of the package as a whole. 

Requesting a Comprehensive Plan Amendment

Any individual, organization, business, or other group may propose a Comprehensive Plan and associated Zoning Code amendment. Affected property owners must agree to site specific requests. The next application period is expected to open Spring 2014. Contact staff for more information.  

Stay Informed and Provide Comments

The Planning Commission will review proposed amendments and seek public comment during the review process. Meetings are open to the public and cablecast live on RCTV and cable channel 21 (repeated the following day and available on demand). Interested parties can track proposals via the Commission's Topics Under Review page.


Contact:    Pete Sullivan, Senior Planner 
                  425-556-2406  |  ppsullivan@redmond.gov

Application period for 2014-15 Comprehensive Plan amendments will be announced soon.

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Pete Sullivan,
Senior Planner
425-556-2406
ppsullivan@redmond.gov


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