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20.00.130 Puget neighborhood table of zoning regulations.
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PUGET NEIGHBORHOOD ZONING MAP

Areas 1 – 21

Area

Zoning

Use Qualifier

Density

Special Conditions

Prerequisite Considerations

Special Regulations

1

Industrial

Planned. South of Fraser: restaurants, retail, and offices only as directly related to the industrial use shall be permitted.

N/A

Shoreline, flood, stormwater retention, creek greenbelt preservation and trail access, freeway buffer.

Development of improved direct access to major arterials is a prerequisite to further development in this area. Dedication of easements along Cemetery, Whatcom, and Lincoln Creeks.

None

2

Residential Multi

Planned, transit base allowed

3,500 sq. ft. per unit. The maximum number of dwelling units which may be constructed within the area shall be 258.

Flood, wetlands, greenbelt, noise, light, view of the site, and glare.

Construction of Fraser St. between Woburn and Puget Sts. approved by the public works department. Fraser ROW dedication and alteration as needed. Relocating utilities shall be at applicant’s expense. Transit base: mitigate to protect the surrounding community, wetland, wildlife, and stream areas.

See preexisting planned contract for variations on special or prerequisite conditions.

3

Residential Multi

Duplex

2,000 sq. ft. per unit.

Clearing, shoreline, flood.

None

None

4

Residential Multi

Multiple, mixed, parking accessory to commercial uses.

1,500 sq. ft. per unit.

Clearing, freeway buffer.

None

None

5

Public

Recreation and passive wetland park

N/A

None

Development of improved access to major arterials to the north should be done prior to, or concurrent with, any further major development. Minimize impacts on adjacent residents.

None

6

Residential Single

Detached, cluster attached, mixed.

Detached – 8,000 sq. ft. minimum detached lot size. Cluster – 6,000 sq. ft. average overall cluster density.

Covenant to bind properties

None

Transitional and permanent supportive housing facility for homeless women and children operated by a nonprofit organization shall be permitted in Area 6.

7

Residential Single

Detached, cluster attached.

Detached – 8,000 sq. ft. minimum detached lot size. Cluster – 6,000 sq. ft. average overall cluster density.

Clearing, flood

None

None

8

Public

Open space

N/A

No enclosure of Lincoln Creek.

None

None

9

Commercial

Planned

N/A

Buffer freeway, limit access to Lakeway and Lincoln, no retail uses adjacent to Lincoln St., setback relief to adjacent Lincoln Creek, no work below elevation 110 feet, limit uses*; primary access from King south of Gladstone and north of Potter, block freeway noise, articulate buildings, limit lighting adjacent to residential zones.

None

*Uses in the half-block east of the King/Lincoln alley and between Potter and Gladstone are limited to parking, warehousing, residential, and other uses accessory to uses in Area 9.

10

Public

School

N/A

None

None

None

11

Commercial

Planned, apartments allowed on separate lots. (Ord. 2007-12-103; Concomitant Agreement No. 2007-0622)

N/A

Maintain access to Lakeway and Lincoln, landscaping of buildings and parking areas, improved fire protection, freeway buffer, limit access to Nevada, safely buffer Nevada St., commercial buildings compatible with Nevada St. residences.

None

See neighborhood plan.

12

Residential Multi

Multiple

1,500 sq. ft. per unit.

None

None

None

13

Residential Single

Detached

10,000 sq. ft. minimum detached lot size.

Clearing, view, water distribution system design.

The construction of San Juan Blvd. and an improved storm drainage system to an adequate storm sewer trunk are prerequisites to further development of this area.

None

14

Commercial

Planned

None

The creek should remain as a natural stormwater system area, freeway buffer, clearing.

None

None

15

Residential Multi

Planned

N/A

Vegetated buffers should be established and maintained surrounding the area.

None

None

16

Residential Single

Detached

8,500 sq. ft. minimum detached lot size.

Maintain vegetated buffer along Moore St. right-of-way, install traffic calming devices with improvements of Nevada St.

None

None

17

Residential Multi

Planned

5,000 sq. ft. per unit overall density.

Clearing, view.

None

None

18

Commercial

Planned

None

None

None

None

19

Residential Multi

Planned

4,000 sq. ft. per mobile home lot; 2,500 sq. ft. per unit; 2,250 sq. ft. per unit if 30 percent open space is provided and roof lines are articulated.

Stormwater management, review of access on Lincoln St.

None

None

20

Commercial

Planned, apartments allowed on separate lots.

None

Keep Lincoln Creek open and improve the stream environment as redevelopment occurs. Safely buffer Maple/Ashley St. Minimize impacts on adjacent residences. Enhance Lincoln Creek.

Samish Way interchange review.

See neighborhood plan

21

Commercial

Auto, mixed – mini storage allowed*

10,000 sq. ft. maximum retail building size.

Evergreen freeway buffer; joint driveways; orient lighting.

None

Mini storage development standards:

1. A dense buffer of evergreen trees shall be installed between any development and I-5.

2. Joint driveway access and signage required.

3. Lighting shall be oriented down toward the site and away from surrounding residences.

[Ord. 2016-11-038 § 2 (Exh. B); Ord. 2007-12-103; Ord. 2004-12-087].

(Ord. 2016-11-038 § 2 (Exh. B), 2016; Ord. 2007-12-103 , 2007; Ord. 2004-12-087 , 2004.)
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