Shoreline Periodic Update

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The City of SeaTac is conducting a periodic review of its Shoreline Master Plan (SMP) as required every eight years by the Shoreline Management Act (Chapter 90.58 RCW) . SeaTac’s SMP, a land use plan for local shoreline areas, applies to the lakeshore along Angle Lake and 200 feet landward of the lakeshore.

This review is not a major update like the City completed in 2010. Instead, the periodic review is limited in scope to changes that occurred to state laws and rules since the 2010 update. Additionally, the update ensures that the SMP is consistent with other SeaTac plans and regulations. 

Frequently Asked Questions on SeaTac’s Shoreline Update
Existing Shoreline Master Program

Public Participation:

There will be an opportunity for public engagement throughout the update process.  If you would like to be added to an interested parties list to receive notifications of public meetings and comment periods, please contact Jennifer Kester, Planning Manager, at 206.973.4842 or jkester@seatacwa.gov.

This page will be updated as needed to provide draft documents, status updates, and other project information. 

Upcoming Public Meeting Dates and Comment Periods:

February 19th, 2019:  Planning Commission Work Study

March 5th, 2019:  City of SeaTac and Department of Ecology Open House and Joint Public Hearing.  The SeaTac Planning Commission and State Department of Ecology will conduct a public hearing at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at SeaTac City Hall, 4800 South 188th Street to receive public comments on proposed amendments to the SMP. The joint public comment period begins February 19, 2019, and will close at 5 p.m. March 21, 2019.

Periodic Update Documents:

DOE Periodic Review Checklist
Proposed SMP Amendments

SMP Gap Analysis Report – This report provides a summary of needed updates to the SMP
Public Participation Plan
Overview Presentation -
Planning Commission, 1/15/19
Proposed Amendments Presentation 
- Planning Commission, 2/19/19
Determination of Non-significance For SMP