The Subarea Plan is a 20-year plan that outlines a vision for the community and policies to help achieve that vision.  This plan is for the Snoqualmie Valley and Northeast King County. The topics covered can span many subjects, including: land use/zoning, housing, transportation, open space/parks, rural character, economic development, and climate change/hazard mitigation and resilience.

About the subarea plan

The Department of Local Services is working with Snoqualmie Valley and Northeast King County communities to develop a Subarea Plan that establishes a long range vision, and policies to implement the vision.  Throughout 2021 and early 2022 we conducted introductory meetings with representatives of communities and organizations throughout the service area to help get the word out. We then went to the community with vision, guiding principles concepts in Summer and early Fall of 2022.  The rest of 2022 we will be working hard to complete a draft plan to be shared with you for feedback early 2023. Please see the updated timeline to the right (or below if on a mobile device). Below are some opportunities to participate and feedback provided.


Opportunities to Participate

Thank you to those who have already shared your input regarding your hopes, concerns, and aspirations within the Snoqualmie Valley/NE King County area. Input to date has informed drafting the Subarea Plan, which includes a proposed community vision, guiding principles, policies and map amendments.  We are working hard to get a public review draft of the Plan to you early 2023 to hear your thoughts. Opportunities to participate will be presented soon.


 

Results from Previous Engagement

Vision & Scope Finalizing Survey 

A survey to ensure that the statements for a vision, guiding principles and scope for policy development truly reflect the majority of the community voices.  This survey closed on September 22nd. View the results of the survey by clicking the link below.

 

Results: Snoqualmie Vallet/NE King County Subarea Plan - Vision and Scope Development

Snoqualmie Valley/NE King County Subarea Plan - Vision & Scope Development

Help shape the vision, guiding principles, and scope of work for the Snoqualmie Valley / Northeast King County Subarea Plan.

Virtual Community Event 

Virtual Community Event was held on September 27th to hear the community's thoughts on a draft final vision, scope and guiding principles for the subarea plan.

Couldn't make the meeting? Watch the live recording here.

 

Snoqualmie Valley/NE King County Subarea Plan - Visioning/Scoping Kickoff Feedback Survey

A chance for those who could not attend the May 24 kickoff event to provide feedback

 

Northeast King County Subarea Plan Feedback Map -kingcounty.gov/NESubareaPlanMap

Please click the link above to review the results from the feedback map.  The map stopped receiving feedback on Tuesday August 2nd at 5pm, the results are being summarized and incorporated into plan development.

 


Other related planning efforts...

Countywide Comprehensive Plan

King County has also begun the 2024 update of its Comprehensive Plan, a key policy document that guides how growth and development in unincorporated King County will occur over the next 20 years. The focus of this update will be on climate, housing, and anti-racist/pro-equity policies. For more information about the Comprehensive Plan and how to get involved, please go to https://kingcounty.gov/depts/executive/performance-strategy-budget/regional-planning/king-county-comprehensive-plan.aspx

 

Please feel free to email Jesse about this Subarea Plan by clicking the email to the right (or below if on a mobile device)

SnoValleyNEKC

Questions?

Jesse Reynolds

[email protected] | 206-477-4237 

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