The draft Metro Everett Plan and draft development regulations, including city-wide off-street parking regulations, can be viewed by clicking on the links below.
If you want to know what zoning is proposed for property you may own in Metro Everett, click on this link here to get an interactive map. Type in your address and you will find out what the proposed zoning, heights and street type designations are for your property. More questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A public open house is scheduled for Wednesday, April 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the Weyerhaeuser Room at Everett Station. This open house will provide an overview of the draft Metro Everett Plan and development regulations. Public hearings before the city's Planning Commission are tentatively scheduled to begin in June.
|Draft Plan||Draft Development Regulations|
|Cover-Contents (4/10/18)||Ch. 19 - Uses (REVISED 4/10/18)|
|Ch. 1 - Introduction (REVISED 4/10/18)||Ch. 20 - Development Standards (REVISED 4/10/18)|
|Ch. 2 - Existing Conditions (1/23/18)||Ch. 34 - Parking (REVISED 4/10/18)|
|Ch. 3 - Market Analysis (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 4 - Land Use (REVISED 4/10/18)|
|Ch. 5 - Transportation (REVISED 4/10/18)|
|Ch. 6 - Housing (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 7 - Historic Resources (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 8 - Urban Design (1/23/18)|
|Ch. 9 - Economic Opportunities (REVISED 4/10/18)|
|Ch. 10 - Environment & Parks (1/23/18)|
|Appendix A - Implementation (REVISED 4/10/18)|
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.