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Title 10 Zoning Amendment to permit Accessory Dwelling Units and Attached Single-Family Homes

Title 10 Packet

Consideration of Amendments to the City of Selah’s Municipal Code Chapter 10 Zoning allowing for the Development and Construction of Accessory Dwelling Units and Attached Single-Family Dwelling Units with the Low Density Single-Family, Residential; Two-Family and Residential Multi-Family Zoning Districts subject to Restrictions on Minimum Lot Sizes, Setbacks, Building Height, Lot Coverage, Requirements for Architectural Diversity, Heightened Review Processes, Increased Public Notice, and Other Development Standards as more specifically detailed in the Draft Ordinance.

Notice is hereby given by the City of Selah, Washington, that the Selah City Council will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, commencing at 4:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as practical, in the Council Chambers, Selah City Hall, 115 W. Naches Ave, Selah, WA.

Copies of the Amendments to SMC Chapter 10 are available for Public Inspection during regular business hours at the City of Selah Planning Department, 222 South Rushmore Road, Selah, WA., and the proposed Ordinance Amending he City of Selah’s Municipal Code may be found online.

All persons wishing to offer comments for or against the proposed amendments are encouraged to attend. All written comments received prior to the day of the Public Hearing will be considered in the City Council deliberations.

If you have questions please feel free to contact Jeff Peters, Community Development Supervisor in person at 222 South Rushmore Road, Selah, WA or by phone at (509) 698-7365, by fax at (509) 698-7372, or by E-MAIL.

Dated this 11TH day of January 2018.

Jeff Peters, Community Development Supervisor

SUB AREA PLAN

Sub Area Map (pdf)

NOTICE OF INORMATIONAL PUBLIC MEETING

Application: The City of Selah is preparing a plan for the development of a Sub-Area Plan of its central urban area to encourage economic development and enhance the quality of life within the area of the neighborhood plan by providing for a mixed use-infill overlay or other development regulation changes which would encourage higher quality housing, encourage mixed use development, promote commerce, create revitalized neighborhoods, and beautify the neighborhood planning area.

In addition to the informational meeting, the City is also seeking stakeholders who would be interested in sharing their thoughts, goals, and objectives for the City in an individual setting with the City’s land use development team.   If you or someone you know is interested in being a part of this planning effort please contact Jeff Peters, City of Selah Community Development Supervisor at 509-698-7367, or jeff.peters@selahwa.gov.