Standard of review.
Regional and local variations.
Definitions of terms as used in this chapter.
URBAN GROWTH AREAS AND COUNTY-WIDE PLANNING POLICIES
County-wide planning policies.
Urban growth areas.
Buildable lands review and evaluation.
Providing urban services.
Providing sufficient land capacity suitable for development.
Phasing development within the UGA.
Identification of open space corridors.
Identification of lands useful for public purposes.
New fully contained communities.
FEATURES OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
Land use element.
Capital facilities element.
Economic development element.
Parks and recreation element.
Land use compatibility adjacent to general aviation airports.
Master planned resorts.
Major industrial developments.
Industrial land banks.
Land use compatibility with military installations.
Natural resource lands.
CONSISTENCY AND COORDINATION
Coordination with other county and city comprehensive plans.
State agency compliance.
Compliance by regional agencies and special purpose districts.
Essential public facilities.
Special siting statutes.
Secure community transition facilities.
Integration with the Shoreline Management Act.
REVIEWING, AMENDING, AND UPDATING COMPREHENSIVE PLANS AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
Periodic review and update of comprehensive plans and development regulations.
Integration of State Environmental Policy Act process with creation and adoption of comprehensive plans and development regulations.
Submitting notice of intent to adopt to the state.
Comprehensive plan amendment procedures.
Supplementing, amending, and monitoring.
RELATIONSHIP OF GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING TO OTHER LAWS
Identification of other laws.
Integrating external considerations.
Sources of law.
State and regional authorities.
Explicit statutory directions.
Relationship between development regulations and comprehensive plans.
Timing of initial adoption.
Review for consistency when adopting development regulations.
Conservation of natural resource lands.
Protection of critical areas.
Relocation assistance for low-income tenants.
Local project review and development agreements.
Protection of private property.
Treatment of residential structures occupied by persons with handicaps.
Family day-care providers.
Affordable housing incentives.