The projects below are listed by Adopting Ordinance number and Project Name.
Wireless communication facilities support the infrastructure system that serves wireless devices (eg. smartphones, tablets, autonomous vehicles, and emergency services). New or expanded facilities help to maintain or increase system performance, speed, and reliability. Kitsap County must review development permits for these facilities against federal and local standards. New Federal Communication Commission declarative rulings that support 5G technologies are prompting Kitsap County to update Kitsap County Code Chapter 17.530 Wireless Communication Facilities.
Revised Workplan 12/18/2018
Power Point Presentation Slides
Preliminary Draft Code
Study Session #3 presentation
Attachment A - Existing Facility Map
Attachment B2 – State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Checklist
Attachment C1 – Draft Code for Planning Commission Review
Attachment C2 – Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Regulatory History
Attachment C3 – Preliminary Feedback and Staff Response
Planning Commission Public Hearing and Open House
MEETING CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER
Staff report and attachments provided in 1/22/2019 meeting materials
Open House Posters
Due to technical issues the county cannot provide an audio recording of this meeting. Meeting notes will be available soon.
Attachment C4 - Draft Code Feedback and Department Response Matrix
Attachment C5 - Department Suggested Changes to the Proposal
Attachment D - Findings of Fact Appendix A - Planning Commission Recommended Code
Board of County Commissioners Public Hearing, Deliberation, & Decision
Board of County Commissioners
Deliberation Only & Decision
Ordinance 559-2018 “AMENDING TITLE 17 (ZONING) OF KITSAP COUNTY CODE REGARDING MAXIMUM LOT SIZE REGULATIONS IN URBAN GROWTH AREAS"
Updating Kitsap County Code is a process which includes opportunities for public dialogue to ensure the interests of all stakeholders are heard. Kitsap County appreciates the time taken by residents to participate in this code update process.
An update regarding the flexibility of maximum lot size requirements was adopted by the Board of County Commissioners on June 11, 2018. This ordinance will take effect 30 days after adoption (July 11, 2018)
Executive SummaryFinding of Fact
Ordinance 559-2018Quick Reference Guide
October 4, 2017
Board of County Commissioners Work Study
October 17, 2017
Planning Commission Work Study
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Department of Community Development Planning and Environmental Programs
(360) 337-5777 (Kitsap 1)
614 Division Street - MS36 Port Orchard, WA 98366
619 Division Street Port Orchard, Washington