Public participation—Notice provisions.
Who must plan—Summary of requirements—Resolution for partial planning—Development regulations must implement comprehensive plans.
Phasing of comprehensive plan submittal.
Guidelines to classify agriculture, forest, and mineral lands and critical areas.
Natural resource lands and critical areas—Development regulations.
Comprehensive plans—Mandatory elements.
Comprehensive plans—Optional elements.
Comprehensive plans—Port elements.
Comprehensive plans—Innovative techniques.
Comprehensive plans—Must be coordinated.
State agencies required to comply with comprehensive plans.
Comprehensive plans—Development regulations—Transmittal to state—Amendments—Expedited review.
Comprehensive plans—Transportation element—Multimodal transportation improvements and strategies.
Comprehensive plans—Urban growth areas.
Comprehensive plans and development regulations must provide sufficient land capacity for development.
Planning activities and capital budget decisions—Implementation in conformity with comprehensive plan.
Comprehensive plans—Review procedures and schedules—Amendments.
Mineral resource lands—Review of related designations and development regulations.
Comprehensive plans—Ensure public participation.
Identification of lands useful for public purposes.
Identification of open space corridors—Purchase authorized.
Property designated as greenbelt or open space—Not subject to adverse possession.
Natural resource lands and critical areas—Designations.
Playing fields—Compliance with this chapter.
Critical areas—Designation and protection—Best available science to be used.
Wetlands to be delineated in accordance with manual.
Agricultural lands—Innovative zoning techniques—Accessory uses.
Technical assistance, procedural criteria, grants, and mediation services.
Siting of essential public facilities—Limitation on liability.
Countywide planning policies.
Review and evaluation program.
Growth management hearings board—Creation—Members.
Growth management hearings board—Consolidation into environmental and land use hearings office.
Growth management hearings board—Regional panels.
Growth management hearings board—Conduct, procedure, and compensation.
Growth management hearings board—Matters subject to review.
Growth management hearings board—Petitions—Evidence.
Growth management hearings board—Direct judicial review.
Growth management hearings board—Determination of invalidity—Vesting of development permits—Interim controls.
Growth management hearings board—Limitations on appeal by the state.
Presumption of validity—Burden of proof—Plans and regulations.
Growth management hearings board—Legislative intent and finding.
Order of invalidity issued before July 27, 1997.
Noncompliance and sanctions.
New fully contained communities.
Master planned resorts.
Master planned resorts—Existing resort may be included.
Major industrial developments.
Major industrial developments—Master planned locations.
Major industrial developments—Master planned locations—Reclaimed surface coal mine sites.
Protection of private property.
Extension of designation date.
Environmental planning pilot projects.
Moratoria, interim zoning controls—Public hearing—Limitation on length—Exceptions.
Treatment of residential structures occupied by persons with handicaps.
Transportation projects—Collaborative review process.
Family day-care provider's home facility—County or city may not prohibit in residential or commercial area—Conditions.
Watershed restoration projects—Permit processing—Fish habitat enhancement project.
Project review—Amendment suggestion procedure—Definitions.
Shorelines of the state.
Construction—Chapter 347, Laws of 1995.
Growth management planning and environmental review fund—Established.
Growth management planning and environmental review fund—Awarding of grant or loan—Procedures.
General aviation airports.
National historic towns—Designation.
Land use development incompatible with military installation not allowed—Revision of comprehensive plans and development regulations.
Affordable housing incentive programs—Low-income housing units.
Aquifer conservation zones.
Regulation of forest practices.
Development regulations—Jurisdictions specified—Electric vehicle infrastructure.
VOLUNTARY STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM
Purpose—Intent—2011 c 360.
Voluntary stewardship program established—Administered by commission—Agency participation.
Critical areas protection—
Alternative to RCW 36.70A.060—
Funding by commission—County's duties—Watershed group established.
Watershed group's duties—Work plan—Conditional priority funding.
Technical review of work plan—Time frame for action by director.
Report by watershed group—Director consults with statewide advisory committee.
When work plan is not approved, fails, or is unfunded—County's duties—Rules.
Statewide advisory committee—Membership.
Agricultural operators—Individual stewardship plan.
Implementing the work plan.
Agricultural operators—Withdrawal from program.
Role of growth strategies commission.
Severability—1990 1st ex.s. c 17.
Part, section headings not law—1990 1st ex.s. c 17.
Section headings not law—1991 sp.s. c 32.
Transfer of powers, duties, and functions.
Conflict with federal requirements—2011 c 360.