Notice of City Council Public Hearing and Zoom information. The Langley City Council will hold a (virtual) public hearing on Monday, October 18, 2021 at 5:30 pm via ZOOM to consider public comments and conduct 2nd reading on Ordinance 1080, the updated City of Langley Shoreline Master Program.
Notice of Development Application and Optional DNS process for Type I Site Plan Review application to demolish an existing duplex and construct a total of nine, one-to-three-bedroom residences under the multifamily infill provisions of LMC 18.13. The units are to be sold via a Community of Common Interest as air-apace condominiums. The development is proposed on four existing contiguous lots. One central driveway will provide shared access off Third St. and parking will be located in the center of the development. Trees are proposed to be removed to accommodate the development. A landscaping plan and arborist report have been provided in support of the request to remove trees and landscape the development.
Notice of application with optional DNS process for the Port of South Whidbey, Langley Harbor for five years of regular maintenance. The optional DNS in WAC 197-11-355 is being used. The comment period ends on September 3, 2021. SEPA Checklist.
Notice of application with optional DNS process to convert the Boatyard Inn, 200 Wharf St from 10 hotel units to 10 residential units. A water line is being installed as part of the development. A variance so the parking requirements of LMC 18.22.130.C.2.b is being requested. The optional DNS in WAC 197-11-355 is being used. The comment period ends on January 27, 2021. SEPA Checklist.
Notice of application and optional DNS process to rezone the two properties located at the corners of Second Street and DeBruyn Avenue from Mixed Residential (MR) to RS5000 to facilitate a short plat to create three lots from two lots. Construction on each lot is proposed to include a single family residence, one attached ADUA and one detached ADU. The optional DNS proposed in WAC 197-11-355 is being used. The comment period ends on May 26, 2020. SEPA checklist. A public hearing is scheduled for July 1, 2020. Final DNS issued June 2, 2020. Draft Ordinance no. 1069.
The City of Langley is requesting qualifications from professional consulting firms with the necessary skills and experience to prepare a Form Based Code for Multi-Family Infill housing. Details of the Request for Qualifications and project scope can be found here. The deadline for submittals is May 25, 2020 at 4 pm.
A copy of the Department of Commerce grant application can be found here.
Notice of an application to construct one single family dwelling unit and one accessory dwelling unit both 886 square feet in size and to reduce a critcal area buffer by 25 percent. The property is located at 107 Sixth St. The comment period ends on March 17, 2020.
FINAL DNS issued January 28, 2020
Notice of Application and DNS for the installation of a tightline system for 930 Edgecliff Drive. The comment period ends on September 18, 2019.
On Tuesday July 16th at 5:30 pm, the Planning Advisory Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed ordinance and code amendments regarding short term rentals.
Notice of a DNS for proposed code amendments to Ch. 15 of the Municipal Code to update state and national code references in Ch. 15.04 Building Code and to adopt Ch. 15.05 Property Maintenance Code to replace the out of date references to the Uniform Code for the Abatement of Dangerous Buildings. SEPA checklist The comment period ends on June 26, 2019. Draft Ch. 15.04 and Ch. 15.05
Notice of Application for a proposed 896 sf single family residence located at 107 6th Street. The comment period ends June 12.
Comprehensive Plan Annual Amendment Applications will be accepted June 1st- August 15th. RCW 36.70A130(2) permits cities and counties to consider minor comprehensive plan amendments no more than once a year.
The PAB will hold a special meeting on May 29, 2019 to review the proposed STR code. The meeting will be held at City Hall at 3:00pm.
The Planning Advisory Board will hold an open public record hearing at 3:00pm Wednesday, June 5 at Langley Methodist Church. Full notice available here. See below for the DNS, SEPA checklist, ordinance, and proposed code amendments.
Notice of a DNS for the proposed short-term rental code amendments is issued on May 17, 2019 with a comment period until May 31, 2019. SEPA Checklist Here are links to the draft ordinance and code amendments.
Notice of a DNS for an accessory building to be located at 914 Third St is issued on April 10, 2019 with a comment period until April 24, 2019. SEPA Checklist.
The Planning Advisory Board is holding a public hearing to consider public comments on the draft Zoning Map Amendments and related ordinance. The ordinance proposed to amend the official zoning map to change RS7200 to RM zone - mixed residential for the properties located at 843 Third St and to change the single and duplex family (RS7200) zone district to RS5000 for the properties located between First and Fourth Streets and Park and DeBruyn Avenues. The public hearing will be held on Wednesday April 3, 2019 at 3:00 PM. View the full public hearing notice here. The draft ordinance and proposed zoning map amendments can be found here. (originally posted 3/18/19 and revised 3/21/19)
Notice of a DNS for the proposed short plat on Sandy Point Road is issued on April 2, 2019 with a comment period until April 16, 2019.
Notice of MDNS and SEPA Checklist for the proposed short plat on Sandy Point Road. The proposal is to create four lots and one native growth protection tract, (posted 2/21/2019)
The MDNS issued on 2/21/2019 has been withdrawn 3/25/2019. A new determination will be made and will be reposted.
The final MDNS issued on 5/1/2019.
Notice of DNS and SEPA Checklist for the proposed Zoning Map Amendment ordinance to amend the official zoning map so as to change RS7200 to RM zone – mixed residential for the properties located at 843 Third Street and to change the single and duplex family (RS7200) zone district to RS5000 for the 45 properties located between first and Fourth Avenues and Park and Debruyn Avenues. (posted 2/20/2019)