Understanding the 2018 Annual Amendment (6 of 6) – Other applications

Rounding out the 2018 Amendments are several other applications related to specific parcels and/or general updates. These are being summarized below in our single (and final) post in our series on Understanding the 2018 Annual Amendments. View all posts in the series.

Remember, the Public Hearing on all the proposed 2018 Amendments is tonight (April 4, 2018) and written comments are due April 6, 2018.

  1. Code Cleanups – revise sections of the Tacoma Municipal Code, to address inconsistencies, correct minor errors, and improve provisions that, through administration and application of the code, are found to be unclear or not fully meeting their intent.
  2. 80th St Rezone to Light Industrial – a private application seeking code and Comprehensive Plan amendments to rezone a property on South 80th from PDB to M-1. View the original Application: S 80th Street Rezone (PDB).
  3. Outdoor Tire Storage – a private application seeking code revisions to allow for outdoor storage of tires in C-2 with screening and other appropriate standards. View the original application original application.

For more information view the 2018 Amendments Public Review Document


For details on this and other proposed amendments, visit the city’s website at cityoftacoma.org/2018Amendments. In particular, the Public Review Document has detailed staff reports for each project.

If you have feedback about this application, be sure to attend the public hearing (April 4) or send your written comments (April 6) by the deadlines!

Public Hearing Details:

April 4, 2018
Tacoma Municipal Building, Council Chambers
747 Market Street – 1st Floor
Meeting begins at 5pm with the public hearing beginning at approximately 5:30pm

In addition to comments at the public hearing, written comments are accepted until 5pm on Friday, April 6, 2018. Comments may be submitted to: Planning Commission, 747 Market Street, Room 345, Tacoma, WA 98402, via fax at (253) 591-5433, or via email to planning@cityoftacoma.org.

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