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CITY OF STANWOOD

PRESS RELEASE



Contact: Patricia Love

360-454-5206

Patricia.Love @stanwoodwa.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 17, 2022
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STANWOOD – Notice of Request for Comments 

 

Project: 2024 Comprehensive Plan UComp Planpdate and Municipal Code Update

 

The City of Stanwood is seeking community input on changes to the Comprehensive Plan and Municipal Code.  What is your vision of Stanwood’s future?  We want to hear your suggestions and ideas so that these documents reflect the values and aspirations of the entire community. The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range (20-year) planning document that establishes city policy direction guiding growth, development, community character, and quality of life. The Comprehensive Plan addresses the required population and employment targets.  It consists of 13 goals and five required “elements”, or chapters: land use, transportation, housing, capital facilities, and utilities. It also includes several optional elements including economic development, parks and recreation, conservation, solar energy, and climate change.  Stanwood’s Comprehensive Plan also includes the policy element for the Shoreline Master Program mandated by the State. The Municipal Code contains the local laws that implement the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan.  

 

The Comprehensive Plan and Municipal Code Update projects are expected to take approximately two years to complete; this is the beginning of the process and there will be many opportunities to participate in the update. Please follow our progress at https://stanwoodwa.org/545/2024-Comprehensive-Plan-Update 

and https://stanwoodwa.org/554/Municipal-Code-Update.

 

Public Comment Period: Any person may comment on this application by writing to the address below or emailing the project contact. Comments on this project are encouraged to be submitted by May 30, 2022.

 

City Contact:   Patricia Love, Community Development Director
10220 270th Street NW, Stanwood, WA 98292
 360-454-5206 | 
patricia.love@ci.stanwood.wa.us   

                      


                             



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