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City of Lynnwood Public Land Use Notices

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***EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2017***
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will be utilized for all future electrical plan reviews and permitting.

 

 

Below are notices and announcements for active land use permit applications, code amendments, comprehensive plan amendments, and environmental reviews. The application review process includes opportunities for public comment and, in some instances, appeal.

For more detailed information about the projects below, please click on the Public Notice links. If you still have questions, please contact the Project Planner listed on the Notice.

If you would like to apply for a land use permit, visit the Permit Center for detailed instructions and applications.

Public Comment

As part of the permit review process, citizens are invited comment on the proposal. For most permit processes with a formal comment period, property owners and occupants within 600 feet of a proposal are sent a notice in the mail. Other types of public notice may include posting at official locations such as City Hall, publication in the Everett Herald, and a public-notice sign at the subject property.

All comments must be submitted in writing to the Project Planner by end of the comment period. Citizens who provide input typically become a Party of Record, and receive future notifications associated with that land use permit.

Notices for Active Land Use Proposals

All documents below are in Adobe .pdf format, get Adobe Reader online here.

You may also find full reports for all active land use applications, plats & short plats on our Development Performance Reports page.

PROPOSALS FOR LAND DEVELOPMENT UPON SPECIFIC PROPERTIES  

  •  Spruce Elementary, Ph. I Project Design Review - Notice of Application and Impending Decision

    An application was submitted on August 9th for the replacement of the existing Spruce Elementary School building with a new 81,276 SF building. The current parking lot will be expanded. This project design review is for Phase I of the two phase project.

    Spruce Elementary School, Phase I (PDR-005318-2017) (.pdf)

  •  The Cheesecake Factory, Alderwood East Village - Notice of Decision

    Planning Manager, Todd Hall on behalf of Community Development Director, Paul Krauss approved the Project Design Review for The Cheesecake Factory, Alderwood Mall East Village. The restaurant design review approved development plans for a 11,938 sq. ft. restaurant, bar and bakery with indoor/outdoor seating.

    The Cheesecake Factory PDR - Notice of Decision (PDR-004986-2017) (.pdf)

  •  Calvary Annexation - Notice of Environmental Decision

    The City of Lynnwood SEPA Responsible Official has issued a Determination of Nonsignificance regarding the annexation of Calvary Apostolic Church, 22 acres currently located in unincorporated Snohomish County, adjacent to the city-limit, east of 44th Ave W between Hazel Rd and 209 St SW.

    Calvary Annexation - Notice of Environmental Decision (ERC-005294-2017) (.pdf)

  •  Hovland Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) - Notice of Application

    An application was submitted on July 5th for construction of a 625 S.F. attached accessory dwelling unit within an existing home, located at 3706 191st Pl SW, Lynnwood.

    Hovland Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU-005143-2017) (.pdf)

  • Echelbarger 2-Lot Short Plat - Notice of Decision

    Preliminary Approval for the Echelbarger 2-Lot Short Plat was provided by the Mayor on July 5, 2017. The project includes the short subdivision of a parcel totaling approximately 83,707 S.F. into two lots.

    Echelbarger 2-Lot Short Plat - Notice of Decision (STP-004859-2017) (.pdf)



    CODE AMENDMENTS 
       

  • None at this time. No City Council or Planning Commission meetings until September.