Haven’t commented on the draft North Highline Subarea Plan yet? You’ve got extra time

From King County:

The comment period for the 2021 Public Review Draft of the North Highline Community Service Area Subarea Plan, and Land Use and Zoning Map Amendments has been extended through November 28. Learn more about the Subarea Plan at this link: kingcounty.gov/depts/local-services/permits/planning-regulations/subarea-plans/north-highline.aspx

Your feedback is vital to ensuring that the collective wisdom of the community is part of the development of the North Highline Subarea Plan. After the close of the comment period, King County will update the plan and map amendments based on the input received. The Executive will then send the revised plan and map amendments to the King County Council in early 2022. The Council is scheduled to review, revise, and adopt the North Highline Subarea Plan, including map amendments, in 2022. There will be a public hearing prior to Council’s adoption of amendments.

There are multiple ways to share your thoughts about the plan:

Dynamic web portal: Go to publicinput.com/NorthHighline and follow the process for providing comments on the Subarea Plan and Land Use and Zoning Map Amendments. This website also provides information and accepts comments in multiple languages.
Email to:subareaplanning@kingcounty.gov. Please make sure that the subject line contains “North Highline.”

US Mail:
Jacqueline Reid
King County Permitting Division
35030 SE Douglas Street, Suite 210
Snoqualmie, WA 98065-9266
Voicemail: 206-263-3000

The comment period for a draft inclusionary housing implementing ordinance that would apply in North Highline has also been extended through November 28. See the King County website for draft materials and ways to submit comments.

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One Response to “Haven’t commented on the draft North Highline Subarea Plan yet? You’ve got extra time”

  1. This extra time is good news. NHUAC has invited Jacqueline Reid to next Thurday’s 7 pm meeting.