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2016 Comprehensive plan update ~ 4 Alternatives

The Board of County Councilors has added a fourth alternative for consideration in the environmental review needed to update the local Comprehensive Growth Management Plan.

Three alternatives were approved for environmental review in the fall of 2014:

  • No change.
  • Changes to long-range planning for some rural and urban areas.
  • Urban growth boundary changes for smaller cities.

The new alternative, approved for study on March 11, considers changes to land use plans in rural areas. Information about all the alternatives will be presented at two open houses, both 5:30-7 p.m.:

• March 25: Ridgefield High School, 2724 South Hillhurst Road
• April 1: Hockinson High School, 16819 NE 159th St.

The Board will hold a public hearing at 10 a.m. April 14 at the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St.

Please visit the 2016 Comprehensive Plan update page "Options and Impacts" for details on the open houses and alternatives.

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>More information on the 2016 update


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To request public records involving Community Planning, contact Marilee McCall at (360) 397-2280 ext. 4558 or e-mail Marilee.McCall@clark.wa.gov.

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  • Population: 442,800 (4/14)
  • Size: 656 sq. miles
  • Median household income: $54,951 (2011)
  • Median age: 35
  • Number of cities:7