All final documents associated with the March 16, 2015 Council adoption of the 185th Street Subarea Plan package are available below.
For each potential zoning scenario selected by Council, the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) uses the same format to analyze impacts to the same elements studied in the Draft EIS. A Review Guide was prepared as a summary of the full Final EIS. For more information about the purpose of the EIS and Shoreline's process, click here.
Download the Full FEIS Document, or by Section:
- Cover/Front Matter (Table of Contents and Fact Sheet)
- Chapter 1 - Environmental Summary
- Chapter 2 - Description of Alternatives
- Chapter 3 - Affected Environment, Analysis of Potential Impacts, and Mitigation Measures (full chapter)
- Section 3.1 Land Use Patterns, Plans, and Policies
- Section 3.2 Population, Housing, and Employment
- Section 3.3 Multi-Modal Transportation
- Section 3.4 Public Services
- Section 3.5 Utilities
- Chapter 4 - Responses to Comments on the Draft EIS
- Chapter 5 - References
- Chapter 6 - Distribution List
Ordinance 702-Subarea Plan and Comprehensive Plan Amendments
This ordinance contains several components that adopt the Subarea Plan and amend the Comprehensive Plan, including the Future Land Use Map.
2012. The 185th Street Station Subarea Plan will be incorporated into the Comprehensive Plan. The Subarea Plan Document was introduced in draft form at the December 4th Planning Commission Meeting and n March 10, 2015 was updated to the Final Draft. You can download the entire document or by chapter using the links below:
- Chapter 1. Introduction
- Chapter 2. Community and Stakeholder Engagement in Plan Development
- Chapter 3. Existing Conditions and Population Forecasts
- Chapter 4. Market Outlook and Economic Development Potential
- Chapter 5. Long Term Vision for the Station Subarea
- Chapter 6. Sustainability and Livability Benefits of the Plan
- Chapter 7. Incremental Implementation Strategy
Ordinance 706 - Zoning Map and Development Code Regulations
This ordinance contains several components that change the zoning and regulations for the subarea.
Ordinance 707 - Planned Action Ordinance
A planned action is a development project whose impacts have been addressed by an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) associated with a plan for a specific geographic area before individual projects are proposed. A planned action involves detailed SEPA review and preparation of EIS documents in conjunction with sub-area plans, consistent with RCW 43.21C.031and WAC 197-11-164 through WAC 197-11-172. Such up-front analysis of impacts and mitigation measures then facilitates environmental review of subsequent individual development projects.
- Exhibit A - Planned Action Mitigation Measures
- Exhibit B - Development Code Regulations
- Exhibit C - Planned Action Boundary Map
For more information about any of these documents or how they will be implemented, please contact Steve Szafran at 206-801-2514 or email@example.com, or Miranda Redinger at 206-801-2513 or firstname.lastname@example.org