Development

Planning Commission to consider Parks and Open Space, Subdivision Regulations at Monday’s meeting

Planning Commission to consider Parks and Open Space, Subdivision Regulations at Monday’s meeting

The Mountlake Terrace Planning Commission will be discussing the Comprehensive Recreation, Parks and Open Space Chapter Update and the Subdivision Regulations Ordinance at Monday’s meeting in the Council Chambers at the interim City Hall. The City is in the process of a major update of the Comprehensive Plan, to be consistent with current state laws, as required under the Growth Management A... »

Mountlake Terrace City Council to discuss traffic issues related to new Brighton School at Jan. 29 work session

Mountlake Terrace City Council to discuss traffic issues related to new Brighton School at Jan. 29 work session

Traffic issues related to the new Brighton School will be one of the issues on the agenda for the Mountlake Terrace City Council work/study session on Jan. 29. At Tuesday’s City Council meeting, two residents expressed concerns about the increased amount of traffic the school, which will be located at 21705 58th Ave. W., will bring to the neighborhood. Neither resident thought that the four-way st... »

Planning Commission recommends City Council approve Atworth Commons Housing project

Planning Commission recommends City Council approve Atworth Commons Housing project

The Mountlake Terrace Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve, with conditions, the Atworth Commons Housing project during its Jan. 12 meeting. The City Council now will consider the preliminary plat and planned unit development (PUD) to subdivide a 4.35-acre site, located at 5601 216th Court SW, into 31 single family residential homes and three open space areas. The property... »

Public Hearings on Subdivision Regulations tenatively set for January and February

Public Hearings on Subdivision Regulations tenatively set for January and February

Public Hearings regarding the updating of the City Subdivision Regulations have been tentatively set for Jan. 26 and Feb. 17. Earlier this month, the City Council considered a proposed scope of review for updating City Subdivision Regulations. The discussion centered on the purpose, benefits and focus of the update. It also confirmed Council’s direction and input on the objectives of the subdivisi... »

Mountlake Terrace City Council approves transportation priorities for 2015-2020, changes zoning to allow outdoor archery ranges

Mountlake Terrace City Council approves transportation priorities for 2015-2020, changes zoning to allow outdoor archery ranges

The Mountlake Terrace City Council unanimously approved the 2015-2020 Transportation Improvement Plan during Monday’s meeting. The City’s six-year Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) is updated and adopted by the City Council each year. The three main projects are the Lakeview Trail, Main Street and the Gateway Connector. To address the financial constraints, the City is staggering implementatio... »

City Council to hold two Public Hearings, hear presentation from Edmonds School District Superintendent Brossoit

City Council to hold two Public Hearings, hear presentation from Edmonds School District Superintendent Brossoit

The Mountlake Terrace City Council has a busy agenda for Monday’s meeting at the interim City Hall Council Chambers. The City Council will be holding two Public Hearings. One is on the  2015-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Ordinance, which was discussed at last Thursday’s work session. The Main Street Revitalization Project encompasses 43 percent of the TIP expenditures. ... »

Planning Commission to hold Public Hearing on zoning changes to allow outdoor archery

Planning Commission to hold Public Hearing on zoning changes to allow outdoor archery

The Mountlake Terrace Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing Monday on a draft ordinance that would allow outdoor archery under a conditional use permit in the Light Industrial/Professional Office District. This staff-initiated proposal was presented to the Planning Commission at its Nov. 10 meeting. Currently, archery is limited to indoor use under the definition of “indoor shooting... »

Edmonds School District to upgrade sound system at Edmonds Stadium; School Board honors former Board President, District Flight team

Edmonds School District to upgrade sound system at Edmonds Stadium; School Board honors former Board President, District Flight team

Local high school sports fans should rejoice. The Edmonds School District will be moving ahead with plans to purchase a new sound system for Edmonds Stadium. Last spring the District and the Board of Directors expressed a desire to look into upgrading the stadium sound system. During the course of research on systems, the District noted the stadium generally is used in one of two ways. One is desc... »

Happening nearby: Snohomish County looking for public feedback on housing, community development projects; meeting set for Thursday, Nov. 20

Happening nearby: Snohomish County looking for public feedback on housing, community development projects; meeting set for Thursday, Nov. 20

Snohomish County residents interested in proving feedback about how federal funding will benefit housing and community development needs in the next five years are invited to attend a public hearing. A South County meeting will be from 1:30-3 p.m., Thursday, Nov 20 at the Whispering Pines Apartments Community Building, 18201 52nd Ave. W., Lynnwood. Local governments will develop plans for 2015-19 ... »

Mountlake Terrace awarded $1 million for Main Street Revitalization Project

Mountlake Terrace awarded $1 million for Main Street Revitalization Project

The City of Mountlake Terrace will receive just over $1 million in federal funding for its Main Street Revitalization Project. The Puget Sound Regional Council’s Executive Board recently approved $1,001,033 for the City to secure the right-of-way property necessary to build 10-foot wide sidewalks and underground the unsightly overhead utility lines and make the downtown walkable and visually... »

Rallying support for the Main Street Revitalization Project

Rallying support for the Main Street Revitalization Project

Last week’s special meeting about funding options for the Mountlake Terrace Main Street Revitalization Project drew a wide range of participants from the federal, state and local levels of government. The meeting was called by Sen. Maria Cantwell, who unfortunately was not able to attend. Three members of the Senator’s staff were at the meeting and she definitely is a supporter of the project, acc... »

Sunquist Homes hosting meeting on future plans for former City Church property on Thursday at MLT Library

Sunquist Homes hosting meeting on future plans for former City Church property on Thursday at MLT Library

Sundquist Homes is hosting a meeting about its proposed project at the former City Church property at 7 p.m., Thursday at the Mountlake Terrace Library. The company plans to reuse the property at 21705 58th Ave. W. as a private school and a 31-unit Planned Unit Development project. The project is called Atworth Commons residential community and the Brighton School Renovation. The meeting begins wi... »

City seeking public’s input on Comp Plan update

City seeking public’s input on Comp Plan update

The City of Mountlake Terrace is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan for adoption by June 2015. Public participation and input is important and welcome. The Comprehensive Plan is a broad-based 20-year plan that guides the city’s livability. It includes goals, policies, and a land use map that indicates where land use districts (such as single family, community business, or industrial... »

City Council approves rezone of properties at 56th Ave. W and 236th St. SW. intersection

City Council approves rezone of properties at 56th Ave. W and 236th St. SW. intersection

The Mountlake Terrace City Council unanimously approved two ordinances that in effect rezoned property at the intersection of 56th Ave. W and 236th St. SW. The 7-0 vote to amend the 2014 Comprehensive Plan and Town Center Subarea Plan Building Prototypes Map and to concurrently amend the zoning map for consistency followed a public hearing on both issues at Monday’s City Council meeting. The exist... »

City Council to hold public hearing on proposed zoning changes, hear 2015-16 budget presentation

City Council to hold public hearing on proposed zoning changes, hear 2015-16 budget presentation

Monday night’s Mountlake Terrace City Council meeting likely is going to be a long one. The council is scheduled to hold a public hearing on two proposed ordinances to amend the 2014 Comprehensive Plan and Town Center Subarea Plan Building Prototypes Map and concurrently to amend the zoning map for consistency. The proposed amendment area is located at the intersection of 56th Ave. W. and 236th St... »

City expresses its thanks to legislators for their support of Main Street Revitalization Project

City expresses its thanks to legislators for their support of Main Street Revitalization Project

The Mountlake Terrace City Council, Mayor Jerry Smith, City Manager Arlene Fisher and many City staff members turned out Thursday night for an appreciation reception at Arbor Village for the City’s Federal and State Delegation and their support for the Mountlake Terrace Main Street Revitalization Project. The Main Street Project will design street, pedestrian, and bicycle enhancements along with i... »

Public hearing on Town Center Plan Map Amendment scheduled for Monday

Public hearing on Town Center Plan Map Amendment scheduled for Monday

An amendment to the Comprehensive Plan Town Center Subarea Plan Building Prototypes Map is under consideration by the City Council and a public hearing on the proposal is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 6. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at the Interim City Hall, 6100 219thStreet SW, Suite 220. The proposed map amendment affects properties near the intersection of 236th Street SW and 56th Avenue W. This ... »

City Council schedules special work sessions on Oct. 1 and 2

City Council schedules special work sessions on Oct. 1 and 2

The Mountlake Terrace City Council will meet at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 1 for a special work session. The Council will be discussing the proposed Town Center Subarea Plan Map Amendment Ordinance. The changes proposed are related to building designations (land use and zoning map) at the intersection of 236th Street SW and 56th Avenue W. The amendment would change the designations of parcels at the ... »

Find out what a vibrant city of the future looks like on Thursday at Lynnwood Convention Center

Find out what a vibrant city of the future looks like on Thursday at Lynnwood Convention Center

The public is invited to a free program that asks the question “What Does a Vibrant City of the Future Look Like?” on Thursday, Sept. 25 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. Hear innovative case studies from cities around the world as well as examples of: How can we create vibrant communities that benefit residents and businesses The benefits of making public transit, walking and cycling a normal ac... »

Happening nearby: Find out what a vibrant city of the future looks like on Sept. 25 at Lynnwood Convention Center

Happening nearby: Find out what a vibrant city of the future looks like on Sept. 25 at Lynnwood Convention Center

The public is invited to a free program that asks the question “What Does a Vibrant City of the Future Look Like?” on Sept. 25 at the Lynnwood Convention Center. Hear innovative case studies from cities around the world as well as examples of: How can we create vibrant communities that benefit residents and businesses The benefits of making public transit, walking and cycling a normal ... »

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