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Snohomish County Issues

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Snohomish County Adopts Urban Center Ordinance

Fully Contained Communities Eliminated

Urban Residential Design Standards include Strong Tree Retention and Replacement

Rural Cluster Subdivisions Density Reductions

Rural Population Target Reduced from 15 percent to 10 percent

Sustainable Lands Strategy

County-wide Transfer of Development Rights Issue

Affordable Housing using Inclusionary Zoning

Ballfields for Kids

Year-Round Farmers Market

County Shoreline Master Program Update

City of Snohomish Shoreline Master Program Update

City of Lake Stevens Shoreline Master Program Update

NPDES Update

Snohomish County Docketing on Comprehensive Plan Amendments

Livable Snohomish County Coalition

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Futurewise Welcomes Three New Staff Members!

Our team is growing! Futurewise is excited to welcome three new staff members to our team! Say hello to Hayley Bonsteel, Jeanette Ordonez and Spencer Williams.

Jul 01, 2014
Futurewise and Kittitas County Reach Landmark Water Rights Settlement

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May 20, 2014
Futurewise Welcomes Christina Hannan!

Christina joins Futurewise as our new Finance and Operations Manager. Christina has 12 years of experience in financial, technology and human resources management for businesses and non-profit organizations.

Apr 15, 2014
Join us for a CLE on Climate Change on April 25th

Current changes and challenges in policies, standards and regulations will be addressed at local, state, and national levels (and internationally as they impact Washington).

Apr 09, 2014
Vote Yes on Prop 1 by April 22nd!

Help save buses and fix roads across King County by voting Yes on Prop 1. Look for your ballot to arrive by April 5th.

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