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File #: 2022-0921    Version: 1
Type: Budget Ordinance Status: Approved
File created: 9/12/2022 In control: Public Hearings
On agenda: 11/9/2022 Final action: 11/9/2022
Title: Ordinance 22-057, adopting the 2022-2027 Capital Facilities Plans for the Arlington No. 16, Edmonds No. 15, Everett No. 2, Lake Stevens No. 4, Lakewood No. 306, Marysville No. 25, Monroe No. 103, Mukilteo No. 6, Snohomish No. 201, and Sultan No. 311 School Districts, and the 2022-2028 Capital Facilities Plan for the Northshore No. 417 School District Pursuant to SCC 30.66C.020 and Amending the School Impact Fee Schedule in SCC 30.66C.100
Attachments: 1. Ordinance 22-057, 2. Hearing Packet (Updated 10/21/22), 3. Public Testimony (added 11/04/22)


Executive/Council Action Form (ECAF)


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Ordinance 22-057, adopting the 2022-2027 Capital Facilities Plans for the Arlington No. 16, Edmonds No. 15, Everett No. 2, Lake Stevens No. 4, Lakewood No. 306, Marysville No. 25, Monroe No. 103, Mukilteo No. 6, Snohomish No. 201, and Sultan No. 311 School Districts, and the 2022-2028 Capital Facilities Plan for the Northshore No. 417 School District Pursuant to SCC 30.66C.020 and Amending the School Impact Fee Schedule in SCC 30.66C.100
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DEPARTMENT: Planning and Development

ORIGINATOR: Eileen Canola

EXECUTIVE RECOMMENDATION: Approved by Ken Klein 09/27/22

PURPOSE: To adopt the 2022 updated school district capital facilities plans and amend the school impact fee table and effective date of the school impact fee table in SCC 30.66C.100.

BACKGROUND: Snohomish County operates a Growth Management Act (GMA)-authorized school impact fee program contained in chapter 30.66C of the Snohomish County Code (SCC). In order to participate in the county's school impact fee program, a school district must submit a capital facilities plan (CFP) that meets the specifications of RCW 36.70A, RCW 82.02.020, and chapter 30.66C SCC, every two years. Eleven school districts submitted their individual school CFPs for county review as part of the 2022 biennial update. A county technical review committee (TRC) found the eleven school CFPs consistent with Appendix F of the county's GMA Comprehensive Plan and chapter 30.66C SCC.This ordinance adopting the eleven school CFPs and amending the school impact mitigation fees in SCC 30.66C.100 is considered with the county budget as the school districts' LOS contained in their respective CFPs establishes a link to the county's 2023-2028 CIP. When adopted by the county council, the school CFPs will be incorporated by reference into the county's Capital Facilities Element of the GMA comprehensive plan. Each school district completed the required State Environmental Policy Act...

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