City of Shelton Comprehensive Plan
The Washington State Growth Management Act (or “GMA”) is a state law that requires county and local governments to manage growth. All Cities and Counties must be in compliance with the requirements of the GMA to be eligible for grants and loans from certain state infrastructure programs. While the City of Shelton already has a Comprehensive Plan to manage its growth, the GMA requires that plans be reviewed periodically to better reflect current conditions. The Shelton City Commission adopted this most recent periodic update of the City of Shelton Comprehensive Plan on December 26, 2018.
Questions regarding this information should be directed to Jason Dose, Senior Planner, at 360-432-5102 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Comprehensive Plan Update and UGA Expansion Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) - Posted August 2017. (The Draft EIS can be accessed below in the February Drafts section of this page)
Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS)
City of Shelton Comprehensive Plan - Adopted by the City of Shelton Commission on December 26, 2017.
(Each individual chapter/element is uploaded separately for ease of downloading)
- Table of Contents
- Land Use
- Parks and Recreation
- Capital Facilities and Utilities
- Shoreline Management
- Historic Preservation
- Economic Development
- Figure 1 - Future Land Use Map
- Figure 2 - Vacant and Redevelopable Lands
- Figure 3 - Designated Shorelines of the State and Stream Classifications
- Figure 4 - Critical Areas - Potential Wetlands
- Figure 5 - Critical Areas - Potentially Frequently Flooded Areas
- Figure 6 - Critical Areas - Potential Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas
- Figure 7 - Critical Areas - Potentially Geologically Hazardous Areas - Sensitive Sloped Areas
- Figure 8 - Critical Areas - Potentially Geologically Hazardous Areas - Landslide Hazard Areas
- Figure 9 - Critical Areas - Potentially Geologically Hazardous Areas - Liquefaction Zones
- Figure 10 - Critical Areas - Potentially Geologically Hazardous Areas - Erosion Hazards
- Figure 11 - Existing Roadway Functional Classification
- Figure 12 - Preferred Freight Routes
- Figure 13 - Transportation Study Intersections
- Figure 14 - 2012 Existing Conditions Intersection Operations
- Figure 15 - 2036 Forecast Intersection Operations
- Figure 16 - Recommended Future Roadways
- Figure 17 - Recommended Roadway Functional Classification
- Figure 18 - Water System and Zones
- Figure 19 - Wastewater Collection System and Basins
Comprehensive Plan Update and UGA Expansion Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) - February 2017.
- Shelton Downtown Vision Report
- Consolidated Group Plans
- Presentation of 4/11/15 on downtown vision (am)
- Presentation of 4/11/15 on downtown vision (pm)
CONCEPT FOR FUTURE IMPROVEMENTS AT FOURTH/RAILROAD
The first phase of proposed enhancements on Railroad Avenue will occur this summer as a part of a demonstration project. This will include a “road diet” which reduces portions of Railroad Avenue from four to two lanes, introduces angled parking, and progressive tests of differing intersection controls and treatments at Fourth/Railroad, and other street enhancements. There will be opportunities for citizen feedback on the proposed treatments and progressive tests.
EXAMPLES OF "STREET FURNITURE"