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File #: 2022-0161    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: In Committee
File created: 4/19/2022 In control: Local Services and Land Use Committee
On agenda: Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: AN ORDINANCE adopting the community needs lists for Skyway-West Hill and North Highline.
Sponsors: Joe McDermott, Girmay Zahilay
Indexes: Community Plan, Highline, Skyway, West Hill
Attachments: 1. A. North Highline Community Needs List, 3-10-2022, 2. B. Skyway-West Hill Community Needs List, 3-10-2022, 3. C. Performance Monitoring, 4. D. Glossary of Community Needs List Acronyms, 5. 2022-0161 transmittal letter, 6. 2022-0161 Community Needs List Develpment Process 3-10-2022, 7. 2022-0161 North Highline Community Needs List with Next Agency Steps, 3-10-2022, 8. 2022-0161 Skyway-West Hill Community Needs List with Next Agency Steps, 3-10-2022, 9. 2022-0161 fiscal note, 10. 2022-0161 Legislative Review Form, 11. 2022-0162and0161_SR_2022KCCP_04-26-22
Staff: Ngo, Jenny
Drafter
Clerk 03/31/2022
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AN ORDINANCE adopting the community needs lists for Skyway-West Hill and North Highline.
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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KING COUNTY:
SECTION 1. Findings:
A. The Skyway-West Hill and North Highline subarea plans were transmitted by the executive to the council on March 31, 2022, as required by K.C.C. 2.16.055.B. and Chapter 11 of the King County Comprehensive Plan. K.C.C. 2.16.055.C. requires the executive to transmit to the council the community needs list concurrent with the transmittal of a subarea plan applicable to that community. Given this, the community needs lists for Skyway-West Hill and North Highline in this ordinance were transmitted to the council on March 31, 2022.
B. As required by K.C.C. 2.16.055.C.:
1. The community needs lists are consistent with and implement the subarea plans and other county plans;
2. The community needs lists include potential services, programs, facilities and capital improvements that respond to community-identified needs, including those that build on the communities' strengths and assets;
3. The community needs lists were developed, reviewed and prioritized using tools and resources developed by the office of equity and social justice, including community engagement, language access and equity impact review tools. The county used the "County engages in dialogue" and "County and community work together" levels of engagement;
4. The community needs lists were developed based on an initial catalog of requests from the community for potential services, programs and improvements. The initial catalog was refined by the community service area program of the department of local services into a community needs list based on review by departments as to whether and to what extent the requests meets or strengthens the community vision and policies established in the subarea plans and other county plans. County agencies also reviewed the initial catalog for consiste...

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