NOTICE OF PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING: 2021 City of Lynnwood Comprehensive Plan Proposed Amendment List (PAL)
The Lynnwood Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing at which the below-referenced project will be considered. Interested community members are invited to attend this public hearing and to provide comments, either orally or in writing.
Project Description: The 2021 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Proposed Amendment List (PAL) is commonly referred to as the docket. The 2021 PAL contains three proposals for consideration by the Planning Commission. Final decisions on the proposed amendments will be made by the City Council.
- College District Subarea Plan – Text Amendment (CPL-009773-2021): The proposed amendment will add language to the subarea plan to increase competitiveness for projects seeking funding through low income housing tax credits (LIHTC).
- Highway 99 Subarea Plan – Text Amendment (CPL-009774-2021): The proposed amendment will add language to the subarea plan to increase competitiveness for projects seeking funding through low income housing tax credits (LIHTC).
- Housing Hope Scriber Lake – Future Land Use (FLU) Map Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Concurrent Rezone (CPL-009777-2021): Change the future land use designation for a portion of the Cedar Valley Community School site (19200 56th Ave W, owned by Edmonds School District) from Public (P-1) to High-density Multi-family (MF-3) and a concurrent rezone from Public (P-1) to High-density Multi-family (RMH).
A Planning Commission work session briefing regarding the 2021 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Proposed Amendment List will be held April 22, 2021.
Hearing Date: Thursday, May 13, 2021
Hearing Time: 6:30 PM
Hearing Location: Virtual Meeting Via Zoom – https://lynnwoodwa.zoom.us/j/86845449811 OR join by phone: (253) 215 8782, webinar ID: 868 4544 9811. Contact the planner listed below in the contact information or visit www.lynnwoodwa.gov/publicnotices for assistance accessing the virtual public hearing.
Additional Information: The Planning Commission agenda will be posted on the City’s website before the meeting. There are occasions when meetings may be postponed or items removed from an agenda. It is therefore advised that you confirm that the meeting is going to be held and that this item is on the agenda. Upon reasonable notice to the City Clerk’s Office (425-670-5161), the City will make reasonable effort to accommodate those who need special assistance to attend the Planning Commission meeting.
City Contact: The file on this project is maintained in the Development and Business Services Department. If you have questions please contact Kristen Holdsworth, ACIP, Senior Planner at 425-670-5409 or firstname.lastname@example.org.