The purpose of the following Design Standards is to help implement the physical aspects of the Kingston community vision for downtown areas that evolved out of the Kingston Community Design Study developed in 1993. These standards are intended to promote Kingston’s small town character and support local economic vitality while accommodating the impact of existing regional transportation and tourism issues. The intent is not only to provide some assurance to the community of basic conformity to the vision statement but also to encourage creativity.
Typically projects are designed from the requirements of Kitsap
County Code, Title 17 Zoning (Title 17.420.050) and the Urban Village Center design criteria, however
since your parcel falls within one of Kitsap County’s design districts you will
also need to follow the KIngston standards.
If there is a
conflict in requirements the more restrictive will apply.
The properties located north of California Ave., east of the western
properties abutting Lindvog Rd. and its proposed extension, south of the northern property line of the Kingston Tree Development and west of 1st Ave.
The properties located north of West Kingston Rd., east of the western properties
abutting the proposed Lindvog Rd. extension, south of California Ave., and west of SR 104
The properties located north of the Port of Kingston, east of
Central Street, south of Georgia Ave. and west of the northeastern properties abutting E. 2nd St.
To help you find your design district, click here or on the map below:
614 Division Street - MS36Port Orchard, WA 98366
619 Division StreetPort Orchard, Washington
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