Here is a quick reference guide to your zone. This information is a summary of your zone’s purpose, allowed uses, density, dimensions, and setbacks. The tables below do not include prohibited uses.
This information summarizes Kitsap County Code and is subject to change. For full information about your zone, please see the Official Kitsap County Code.
In all permit-related decisions, the Official Kitsap County Code governs.
The greenbelt zone is applied to those areas which have identified parcels constrained by critical areas of fifty percent or greater and are within Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) certified wildlife corridors. Development would be limited to a density range of one to four dwelling units per acre. Actual densities allowed will be determined at the time of land use application, following an analysis of the site and review of potential impacts to the critical areas.(Ord. 534 (2016) § 7(5) (App. E) (part), 2016)
Please note that the tables below only include what is allowed in the corresponding zone and does not include prohibited uses.
Use Table - Permitted Use (P) = This table shows allowed uses that are permitted within the zone with the appropriate permit from the Department of Community Development (DCD). Click here to explore DCD project/permit types.
Use Table - Administrative Conditional Use Permit (ACUP) = This table shows the allowed uses that are permitted within this zone, but will require an Administrative Conditional Use Permit (ACUP).
Use Table - Hearing Examiner Conditional Use Permit (C) = This table shows the allowed uses that are permitted within this zone, but you will be required to apply for an Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to establish conditions to protect public health, safety and welfare and subject to approval by the hearing examiner.
(60) All development in Illahee shall be consistent with the Illahee Community Plan
(101) Transitory accommodations allowed only pursuant to Chapter 17.505.
Allowed primary agricultural uses and accessory agricultural uses or agritourism are defined by the Agricultural Code
Density and Dimensions table
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