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File #: SS 21-010   
Type: Study Session Status: Presented
File created: 1/29/2021 In control: City Council Study Session
On agenda: 3/23/2021 Final action: 3/23/2021
Title: Redmond 2050: Outreach Results and Policy Discussion
Attachments: 1. Agenda Memo, 2. Attachment A: Existing Conditions Report Draft 1.0, 3. Attachment B: Community Input on Existing Conditions Report Draft 1.0, 4. Attachment C: Presentation, 5. Attachment D: Council Input on Existing Conditions Report Policy Considerations
TO: Members of the City Council
FROM: Mayor Angela Birney
DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR CONTACT(S):
Planning and Community Development
Carol Helland
425-556-2107

DEPARTMENT STAFF:
Planning and Community Development
Beverly Mesa-Zendt
Deputy Director
Planning and Community Development
Jeff Churchill
Long Range Planning Manager
Planning and Community Development
Beckye Frey
Principal Planner
Planning and Community Development
Caroline Chapman
Senior Planner
Planning and Community Development
Ian Lefcourte
Planner


TITLE:
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Redmond 2050: Outreach Results and Policy Discussion

OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
recommendation
At the Council's March 23 Study Session, staff will ask Council, "What is missing?" from the set of policy considerations in the draft Existing Conditions Report, delivered to Council on February 9. The draft report is re-attached as Attachment A and community input on the report is re-attached as Attachment B. After receiving Council input staff will finalize the reports and begin to develop draft updates to Comprehensive Plan elements.
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? Additional Background Information/Description of Proposal Attached


REQUESTED ACTION:

? Receive Information ? Provide Direction ? Approve


REQUEST RATIONALE:

* Relevant Plans/Policies:
Redmond Comprehensive Plan, Redmond Transportation Master Plan, implementing functional and strategic plans, and Redmond Zoning Code.




* Required:
The Growth Management Act requires that Washington cities and counties periodically review and, if needed, revise their comprehensive plans and development regulations every eight years. For King County cities the periodic review must be completed by June 30, 2024, per WAC 365-196-610.
* Council Request:
The City Council requested quarterly reports on project milestones, staff progress, and public involvement.
* Other Key Facts:

First and Second Quarter Activities and Initiatives
First Quarter Activities
Second Quarter Activities
* Completion of the Existing Conditions Report ...

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