Planning Commission will review the draft Metro Everett Use Chapter at their next regularly scheduled meeting, Tuesday, February 20, 2018 beginning at 6:30 P.M.For more information, please see the Planning Commission’s webpage.
Would you like to see a larger variety of housing options? More affordable housing? More owner-occupied units? What features would you like these housing options to have? Are there any recommendations or ideas you have for housing in the Metro Everett area?
|Draft Plan||Draft Development Regulations|
|Cover-Contents (1/23/18)||Ch. 19 - Metro Uses|
|Ch. 1 - Introduction (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 2 - Existing Conditions (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 3 - Market Analysis (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 4 - Land Use (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 5 - Transportation (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 6 - Housing (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 7 - Historic Resources (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 8 - Urban Design (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 9 - Economic Opportunities (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 10 - Environment & Parks (1/23/18)|
|Appendix A - Implementation (1/23/18)|
|(Large Scale) Proposed Land Use Map (1/23/18)|
|(Large Scale) Proposed Heights Map (1/23/18)|
|(Large Scale) Proposed Street Designations Map (1/23/18)|
|(Large Scale) Proposed Off-Street Parking Areas Map (1/23/18)|
Everett’s population is expected to grow at an unprecedented rate in the next twenty years based on existing city limits. And with previous direction from citizens and from Puget Sound Regional Council, a significant portion of the projected growth is expected to occur in the Metropolitan Center. This planning process will result in a subarea plan for the Metropolitan Center and will address population, housing and employment targets, policies and potential land-use regulations for the area.