Overlake Neighborhood Plan Update Documents

Phase I (2007)

Adopted Amendments

Overlake Neighborhood Plan Comprehensive Plan Policies
Overlake Development Regulations
Land Use Map
Neighborhoods Map
Zoning Map
View or print the entire Overlake Master Plan and Implementation Strategy
Master Plan Introduction and Vision
Master Plan Strategies for Action - Land Use 
Master Plan Strategies for Action - Transportation, Parks
Master Plan Implementation Section and Appendix

Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS)

Cover Pages and Table of Contents
Introduction and Summary
Overlake Neighborhood Plan Alternatives
Environmental Analysis of the Alternatives
Comments, Responses, Distribution, Acronyms
Appendix A: Draft Revised Comp Plan Update
Appendix B: Draft Revised RCDG Update
Appendix C: Draft Revised Master Plan
Appendix D: 2030 Land Use Alternatives Revised
Appendix E: Transportation Technical Supporting Record
Appendix F: Air Quality Technical Supporting Record

The Overlake Urban Center Concept Plan

View or print the entire Concept Plan
Table of Contents
Introduction
Background Information
Overlake Design Charrette
Concept Plan

View or print the entire Concept Plan Appendices
Design Charrette Agenda
Visual Preference Survey
Goals and Issues Map Exercise
Exploration of Elements
Development Expert Forum

Phase II (2009-2010)

Parking Management Study

Overlake Parking Management Plan
Appendix A: Structured Parking Analysis
Appendix B: Parking Policy Overview
Appendix C: Project Presentations 
Appendix D: Summary of Overlake Parking Evaluation Alternatives
Appendix E: Sample Shared Parking Agreement

Wayfinding Study

Overlake Wayfinding Map
Overlake Wayfinding Design Manual 

NE 40th Street Corridor Study

Draft Report Executive Summary
Summer 2009 Survey Executive Summary
May 2009 Survey Executive Summary
May 2009 Survey Appendix

Policy and Regulatory Updates

Policy Amendments 
Regulatory Amendments

Phase III (2011)

Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code

In the course of completing corridor studies and the implementation plan for stormwater and park facilities in Overlake Village as part of Overlake Phase II, the City identified a number of refinements that should be made to the Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Code. Actions by the City and Sound Transit are a further source of refinement. These amendments further the vision for Overlake Village as described in the Comprehensive Plan and the Overlake Master Plan and Implementation Strategy.