Comprehensive Plan Amendments

What's Coming Up Next (3/14/19)

New! Drop-in CPA hours at Crossroads Mini City Hall (MCH). Stop by any time between 1 and 3 pm and learn more about the 2019 CPA review schedule and the applications. March 22 and March 25.

2019 CPA Review Schedule:  The Planning Commission continues its Threshold Review of the 2019 proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments with Threshold Review public hearings scheduled for April 24 for The Park in Bellevue, Bellevue Technology Center, and 12620 Northup Way proposed plan amendments, and May 8 for the Vision Zero for Gun Safety proposed plan amendment.

Public Comments received to date (March 14):

Vision Zero for Gun Safety
The Park in Bellevue
Bellevue Technology Center
    Petition* addressed to City Council at change.org (enter     Save Our Neighborhoods in the search box)
12620 Northup Way

*petition contents at this Internet address are included in the public record.

The Planning Commission continued its Threshold Review of the 2019 proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments in a March 13 study session and expansion of geographic scope analysis. Get the Power Point here.

The Planning Commission was introduced to the 2019 proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments at its February 27 meeting. Get the Power Point here.

The City of Bellevue received four privately-initiated proposed 2019 Comprehensive Plan amendments by the January 31 deadline--three site-specific proposals and one citywide proposal.

2019 Comp Plan Amendments (Schedule and Applications)

Planning Commission Threshold Review recommendations are scheduled for presentation to City Council in early June.

Threshold Review public hearings are scheduled for April 24 and May 8.

The commission held a geographic scoping study session on March 13.

The Planning Commission was introduced to the 2019 proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments on February 27.

Applications
The City of Bellevue received four privately-initiated proposed Comprehensive Plan amendments in 2019--three site-specific proposals and one citywide proposal.

2019 CPA application site locations

Application materials:

2018 Results

The state Commerce Department acknowledged Bellevue's 2018 annual amendment actions under the Growth Management Act. This completes 2018.

The City Council took action on the Planning Commission's 2018 CPAs annual recommendations at the Council's December 10, 2018, regular session.

The City Council took up study of the Planning Commission's 2018 annual Comprehensive Plan Amendment recommendations at the Council's November 26, 2018, study session.

The Planning Commission recommended Final Review approval for each of the East Main and Grand Connection City Council-initiated Comprehensive Plan amendments (East Main and Grand Connection) after public hearings that were held November 7, 2018. Here are the presentation slides for the hearing, and for the East Main hearing. The staff recommendations are available.

The Planning Commission recommended Final Review approval for each of the three site-specific Comprehensive Plan amendments (City Dacha LLC, Bellevue Nursery, Red Town) after public hearings that were held October 24, 2018. Here are the presentation slides for the hearing. The staff recommendations are available.

All Final Review public comments are available here.

The Planning Commission continued study of the 2018 proposed amendments at its September study sessions.

At its July 23 meeting the City Council established the 2018 annual plan amendment Work Program.

The DASH Glendale CPA has been included in the Wilburton Study Area implementation work program. It will not be reviewed as a plan amendment in 2018.

The applicants for the Newport Hills Shopping Center Redevelopment CPA have withdrawn their application. No additional review, study, recommendations, or actions will occur this year.

The Planning Commission held a June 27 Threshold Review Public Hearing (Newport Hills Shopping Center Redevelopment CPA), and June 13 Threshold Review Public Hearings (City Dacha LLC, Bellevue Nursery, Red Town, and DASH Glendale CPAs).

The Commission's recommendations were presented to City Council in a July 23 study session.

The staff recommendations are available for June 27 and are available for June 13 Threshold Review public hearings. Here are the presentation slides for the June 27 and June 13 hearings.

The applicants for the Jewish Day School CPA have withdrawn their application. No additional review, study, recommendations, or actions will occur this year.

The Planning Commission continued its 2018 CPA Threshold Review in an Apri1 25 study session and expansion of geographic scope analysis. Here are the presentation slides.

On March 14 the Commission continued its study and review of the 2018 Threshold Review CPAs. Here are the presentation slides.

The Planning Commission is underway in 2018 with its study and review of the city-initiated East Main CPA (January 10, February 14 and 28, March 28, July 11 and September 26) and Grand Connection CPA (April 4, May 9 and September 26.)

On March 5 the City Council received an informational management briefing on the 2018 CPAs.

General Comments

For ease of access all Threshold Review public comments have been archived, including those submitted in writing for the June public hearing. Please contact us for them.

All public comments received to date on the privately-initiated CPAs are available as follows:

- Comments received by the October 4 and October 18 publishing dates were attached to the staff recommendations

- All Final Review public comments through November 13 at noon (including those attached to the staff report) are here:

 City Dacha LLC
 Bellevue Nursery
   Public Comments 11/13-10-24
   Public comments 10/24-10/18 
   Public comments 10/17-10/2
   Public comments 10/1-9/12
   Red Town

- Public comments received after October 17 are provided to the Planning Commission.

The list of proposed applications was published in the February 22, 2018, Permit Bulletin.

The City Council has taken action on the 2017 CPAs.

The Department of Commerce has acknowledged receipt of the City of Bellevue's 2017 CPA actions.

Proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan are carefully considered every year.

There is a  two-month application period from December 1 (2018) through January 31 (2019) for proposing an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan. Complete details on this process are found in the Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Rezone Procedures Guide. To apply for an amendment, you must download and complete a Comprehensive Plan Amendment Application, also available in hard copy from Development Services.

Site-specific amendments require a rezone application. You can apply for a rezone along with a Comprehensive Plan amendment.

Through Threshold Review and public hearings, the Planning Commission recommends which proposed amendments should be considered for the CPA work program.

The City Council reviews the recommendations and determines which proposed amendments to include in the annual work program.

The Permit Bulletin provides public notice to alert residents, owners, agencies and organizations regarding Notices of Application, SEPA Threshold Determinations and CPA public hearings.

The Planning Commission conducts the final review and public hearings and makes Final Review recommendations to the City Council.

The City Council approves or denies proposed amendments.

2018 Comprehensive Plan Amendments (Updated 12-31-2018)
2017 Comprehensive Plan Amendments (Updated 12-31-2017)
2016 Comprehensive Plan Amendments (Updated 12-19-2016)    

Alerts

Receive notification regarding changes to the Comprehensive Plan

Contact

Nicholas Matz AICP

Telephone

425 452-5371

Email

nmatz@bellevuewa.gov
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