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Planning Commission Information 2006

Listed below are the agenda and information packets for Planning Commission meetings in 2006.

December 13, 2006
  • Agenda [20 KB]
    East Renton Plateau Citizen Task Force Recommendation Discussion
December 6, 2006
  • Agenda [20 KB]
    East Renton Plateau Citizen Task Force Recommendation Workshop
November 15, 2006 (canceled meeting)
  • Agenda [32 KB]
    East Renton Plateau Citizen Task Force Recommendation Discussion
November 2, 2006
  • Agenda [20 KB]
    Presentation of the East Renton Plateau Citizen Task Force Recommendation
  • Minutes [244 KB]
October 18, 2006
  • Agenda [20 KB]
    East Renton Plateau Advisory Task Force Briefing and Recommendation
  • Minutes [478 KB]
October 4, 2006
  • Agenda [31 KB]
    Deliberation/Recommendation: 2006 Updates to the Renton Comprehensive Plan
  • Minutes [929 KB]
September 20, 2006
  • Agenda [31 KB]
    2006 Updates to the Renton Comprehensive Plan
    The purpose of the Public Hearing is to consider the potential amendments to the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map, concurrent re-zoning or potential zoning of the properties described below, and potential amendments to the text of the Comprehensive Plan.
    • #2006-M-1 [123 KB]: Wan Chee
      Map Amendment to change the designation from a combination of Neighborhood Commercial/Single Family with Neighborhood Commercial and R-8 split zoning to Neighborhood Commercial Land Use with Neighborhood Commercial zoning at 1315 N 30th St.
    • #2006-M-2  [151 KB]: Susan Larson-Kinzer (Kennydale Blueberry Farm)
      Map Amendment to change the designation from Low Density Residential land use with Resource Conservation zoning to Residential Single Family land use with R-8 zoning or Low Density Residential land use with R-4 zoning for a 3.4 acre parcel currently used as a blueberry farm and residence at 1733 NE 20th St.
    • #2006-M-3 [110 KB]: Manuel Rivera (Patrick Hanis, Hanis Greaney Attorneys)
      Map Amendment to change the designation from Residential Single Family land use with R-8 zoning to Commercial Corridor land use with Commercial Arterial zoning on a 2.09-acre single family property at 851 Carr Rd.
    • #2006-M-4 [108 KB]: Springbrook Associates (Cliff Williams, Vineyards Construction)
      Map Amendment to change the designation from Medium Density Residential land use with R-10 zoning to Commercial Corridor land use with Commercial Office zoning for a 5.61-acre undeveloped property located just south of S 37th St, and west of the dead-end at S 38th St west of Talbot Rd.
    • #2006-M-5 [167 KB]: City of Renton
      Map Amendment to change the following plats and parcels from Single Family Residential with R-8 zoning to Residential Low Density with R-4 zoning.
      a) 18.8-acre Puget Colony Homes subdivision consisting of 61 lots located at SE 133rd St, SE 134th St, and SE 135th St, and SE 132nd St on the north and SE 136th St on the south.
      b) The nine lot Kimberly Lane subdivision to the immediate west on the north side of SE 136th St, 13508 138th Ave SE.
      c) 1.1 acre parcel, west of Kimberly Lane subdivision.
      d) 31-lot Hideaway Home Sites subdivision on the south side of SE 136th St
    • #2006-M-6  [908 KB]: City of Renton
      Map Amendment to amend the boundary of the Center Village and Residential Medium Density land use designations in the Highlands Subarea.
      a) Change from Center Village to Residential Multi-family Land Use
      Area south of Sunset Blvd/ SR 900, east of Dayton Ave, north NE 9th St and NE 9th Pl currently zoned Residential Multi-family. Zoning will remain Residential Multi-Family but the land use designation would be also become Residential Multi-family.
      b) Change from Residential Medium Density to Center Village in two areas.
      Area currently designated Residential Medium Density with R-10 zoning that is north of 16th St between Harrington Ave and Kirkland Ave. The Comprehensive Plan land use proposed is Center Village. The zoning would remain R-10.
      The parcels along Harrington Ave between 9th St and 7th St with frontage on Harrington Ave, currently designated Residential Medium Density with R-10 zoning, would extend the Center Village land use designation south to 7th St. The Comprehensive Plan land use proposed is Center Village. The zoning would remain R-10.
      c) Change from Residential Medium Density with R-10 zoning to Residential Single Family with R-8 zoning
      Area north of Sunset Blvd and west of Edmonds Ave. This area is currently zoned R-10 and developed with single family housing and would change to R-8.
      Area near Monroe Ave and Sunset Blvd. The properties on Monroe Ave are protected by covenant at their current level of intensity, which is approximately 6 units per net acre. Zoning is currently R-10 and would change to R-8.
    • #2006-M-7 [1.78 MB]: City of Renton
      Map Amendment to change the designation of two + 1.5-acre parcels at the southwest corner of 152nd Avenue SE and the Renton - Maple Valley Highway (SR 169), the former Aqua Barn site, from Residential Low Density (RLD) with potential R-4 zoning upon annexation to Commercial Corridor (CC) with potential Commercial Arterial (CA) zoning and map Amendment to change the designation of three parcels ranging in size from 3.7-acres to 14-acres to the south of the two above referenced parcels of the former Aqua Barn site, from RLD with potential R-4 zoning upon annexation to Residential Medium Density (RMD) with potential R-14 zoning upon annexation.
    • #2006-M-8 [151 KB]: City of Renton
      Map Amendment to consider changing the designation for a 49 acre area of Upper Kennydale, south of NE 28th and north of NE 16th from I-405 to approximately the boundary of the Heritage Glen Subdivision from Single Family Residential with R-8 zoning to Low Density Residential with R-4 zoning
    • #2006-T-1: City of Renton
      Text Amendment to update the Capital Facilities Element to incorporate adoption of Kent and Issaquah School District Capital Facilities Plans.
    • #2006-T-2 [908 KB]: City of Renton
      Text Amendments to update the Land Use Element to reflect changes in the Center Village Policies.
      a) Amended Policy LU-318. to delete R-10 as an implementing zone and add R-14 as an implementing zone in the Center Village and clarify that the RM zone with suffixes can implement the Center Village.
      b) Amend Strategy 319.2. to call for preparation of a sub-area plan rather than a redevelopment plan to implement the Center Village land use concepts and provide that the phasing of the Plan is expected to occur within a 2 to 5 year period from the 2004 GMA update.
      c) Amend Strategy 319.3. to delete a statement that areas east of Edmonds and north of Sunset currently zoned RMF are to remain in residential use and the area north of 12th St. currently zoned R-10 is to remain in residential use.
    • #2006-T-3: City of Renton
      Text Amendment to update the Land Use and Community Design Elements with housekeeping changes.
    • #2006-T-4: City of Renton
      Text Amendment to update the Transportation Element to reflect changes in the capital projects list.
    • #2006-T-5: City of Renton
      Text Amendment to update the Land Use Element to allow Residential Manufactured Home zoning to be an implementing zone with the Low Density Residential Comprehensive Plan designation. Policy text amendments are proposed to provide a density exception and mapping policy for existing manufactured home parks in the City's lowest density residential designation, Residential Low Density. This is a citywide amendment but the change in policy would apply primarily in the Potential Annexation Area, specifically in the Maplewood Addition Annexation.
  • Minutes [1.5 MB]
September 06, 2006
  • Agenda [25 KB]
  • 2006 Comprehensive Plan Amendments Follow Up Discussion
    • #2006-M-1: Map Amendment to change Neighborhood Commercial/Single Family to Neighborhood Commercial NE 1315 N 30th St.
    • #2006-M-2: a) Map Amendment to change the Kennydale Blueberry Farm from Low Density Residential with Resource Conservation zoning to Residential 4 zoning, or Residential Single Family with R-8 zoning.
      b) Discussion of whether to expand application 2006- M-2 as a separate city-initiated area-wide comprehensive plan amendment and rezone, [280 KB] to be numbered # 2006 M-8, to consider redesignation of a larger area of approximately 49 acres as a separate item of review. The proposal is to change the land use map from Single Family with R-8 zoning to Low Density Residential with R-4 zoning within the area generally between I-405 NE 16th NE 28th and the Heritage Glen Subdivision.
    • #2006-M-3: Map Amendment to change Residential Single-Family with R-8 zoning to Commercial Corridor with Commercial Office zoning, 851 Carr Road
    • #2006-M-4: Map Amendment to change Medium Density Residential with R-10 zoning to Commercial Corridor with Commercial Office zoning 244,807 sq. ft. parcel located between S. 37th St. and S. 38th Ct. east of Talbot Road.
    • #2006-M-7: Map Amendment to change approximately 3 acres of the former Aqua Barn site on maple Valley Highway from Low Density Residential to Commercial Corridor with Commercial Arterial zoning.
    • #2006-T-3: Text Amendment to update the Land Use and Community Design Elements with housekeeping changes
    • #2006-T-4: Text Amendment to update the Land Use Element to allow Residential Manufactured Home Park zoning to be an implementing zone with the Low Density Residential Comprehensive Plan designation
  • Minutes [722 KB]
August 09, 2006
August 02, 2006
July 19, 2006
July 05, 2006
June 21, 2006
  • Agenda [21 KB]
  • 2006 Comprehensive Plan Amendments Briefing
    • #2006-T-3 [21 KB]: Text Amendment to update the Land Use and Community Design Elements with housekeeping changes
  • Minutes [592 KB]
June 7, 2006
May 17, 2006
(canceled meeting)

May 3, 2006
(canceled meeting)

April 12, 2006
April 5, 2006
March 15, 2006
March 1, 2006
February 15, 2006
February 1, 2006 (canceled meeting)
January 18, 2006
January 04, 2006

For additional information, please phone the Long Range Planning Department 425.430.6575.

Planning Commission meetings are held on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers (*unless otherwise indicated), 7th Floor of Renton City Hall, located at 1055 S. Grady Way.