Highway 99 Planning Project

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The Highway 99 corridor is a key feature of Edmonds. It is comprised of a two-mile stretch of Highway 99 (a state highway) and the land area around it. Parts of this corridor abut the jurisdictions of Shoreline, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, and Snohomish County. The Highway 99 Subarea Plan project focuses on a community vision and approaches for making long-term improvements to land use and transportation, while also retaining the positive characteristics of many parts of the corridor. 

In August, 2017, the City Council passed ordinances to adopt the Highway 99 Subarea Plan and Planned Action EIS. These documents can be found under the "Documents" tab below.

Building on the Subarea Plan, the City is working with SCJ Alliance to design how the corridor will look and feel in the future. You can follow along on the project website at www.edmondscorridor99.org.

Documents

Meetings & Presentations

8/15/2017   Take action on adopting the plan, zoning map, code amendments, and planned action ordinance (City Council).
7/31/2017   Public Hearing on the planned action code (aka "planned action ordinance") regarding SEPA process related related to the Hwy 99 area plan (City Council).
6/14/2017   Public Hearing on Highway 99 zoning changes (Planning Board). View proposed map changes here.
5/10/2017   Public Hearing on Highway 99 code amendments (Planning Board). The presentation is here.
4/12/2017   Presentation on proposed Highway 99 code amendments from the April 12, 2017 Planning Board meeting
3/21/2017   City Council Public Hearing on the Highway 99 Subarea Plan
11/10/2016   Presentation from November, 2016 Open House
5/19/2016   Presentation from the May 19, 2016 Open House (2MB)
3/24/2016   Presentation from March 24, 2016 Workshop  
3/24/2016   Public Workshop on Highway 99 project and visioning 
2/9/2016   Highway 99 Subarea Planning Project Council Briefing - Project "Kick-Off" (6MB)
     

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Background Documents

Planning News