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The city is proposing land use code amendments to carry out the vision and intent of the Eastgate/I-90 Land Use and Transportation Plan. The City Council began studying the amendments at a meeting on Sept. 19, 2016 (Study Session Item 2a). Questions? Email Terry Cullen or Patricia Byers.
Staff Report Recommendation 12-132861AD including: Attachment B (Council Principles); Attachment C (Public Comment)
Attachment D includes a map of new zoning districts and a map of area rezone changes .
Proposed Code Amendment Materials:
SEPA Threshold Determination Materials:
The purpose of the Eastgate/I-90 project is to enhance the corridor and create an attractive employment area that also provides neighborhood services and serves as a vibrant and significant contributor to Bellevue's economic health in the coming decades. The major focus of the project is the commercial, industrial and office areas fronting I-90 between I-405 and the Bellevue city limits. This area is one of the city's major employment centers, containing approximately 18 percent of the city's total employment. A project summary outlines the vision and land use concept for the corridor.
Implementation of the project is underway and in the final phase. Policy and land use changes were included in the Comprehensive Plan update, in the Volume 2 Subarea Plan amendments. Transportation implementation has been included in the Transit Master Plan and also includes design and construction of the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trail. The last step to implementation is to prepare amendments to Bellevue's Land Use Code, which is already underway and expected to be completed in 2016.
Planning and Community Development
450 110th Ave. NE
Bellevue, WA 98008
Contact: Erika Rhett AICP
450 110th Ave. NE
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Franz Loewenherz
Bellevue College Master Plan
Transit Oriented Development
Mountains to Sound Greenway
Central Issaquah Plan
WSDOT I-90 Study
Factoria Recycling & Transfer Station Replacement Project