Chapter 12.68
LOCUST/14TH AVENUE W SUBAREA REGULATIONS

Sections:

12.68.010    Purpose.

12.68.020    Country Club mobile home park overlay – R 5,400d zoning west of Locust Way in the southwest portion of the subarea.

12.68.030    Lockwood Road mobile home park overlay – R 5,400d zoning south of 240th Street SW in the southeast portion of the subarea.

12.68.040    Kenmore Gun Club overlay – R 9,600 zoning north of 228th Street SW in the east portion of the subarea.

12.68.010 Purpose.

Subarea zoning regulations implement subarea-specific policies in the Imagine Bothell... Comprehensive Plan. The subarea zoning regulations in this chapter apply specifically to land within the Locust/14th Avenue W Subarea. Subarea zoning regulations are in addition to city-wide zoning regulations or, where more restrictive, take the place of city-wide zoning regulations. (Ord. 2053 § 3 (Exh. C), 2010).

12.68.020 Country Club mobile home park overlay – R 5,400d zoning west of Locust Way in the southwest portion of the subarea.

Development shall be limited to the existing mobile home park (MHP) and any additional mobile or manufactured homes which may be permitted by existing approvals or by new approvals obtained under Chapter 12.08 BMC. Redevelopment to uses other than a mobile home park shall require prior review and approval of an amendment to the Imagine Bothell... Comprehensive Plan. (Ord. 2053 § 3 (Exh. C), 2010).

12.68.030 Lockwood Road mobile home park overlay – R 5,400d zoning south of 240th Street SW in the southeast portion of the subarea.

Development shall be limited to the existing mobile home park (MHP) and any additional mobile or manufactured homes which may be permitted by existing approvals or by new approvals obtained under Chapter 12.08 BMC. Redevelopment to uses other than a mobile home park shall require prior review and approval of an amendment to the Imagine Bothell... Comprehensive Plan. (Ord. 2053 § 3 (Exh. C), 2010).

12.68.040 Kenmore Gun Club overlay – R 9,600 zoning north of 228th Street SW in the east portion of the subarea.

The 80-acre Kenmore Gun Club property in the eastern portion of the subarea is unique in that it has been owned and operated since 1945 by its members. The legal organization of the club’s ownership ensures that it will likely continue to operate many years into the future. It is appropriate to recognize this through the establishment of an overlay designation. The overlay provides recognition that the gun club is an established legal use within a developing residential area while also providing a zoning classification should the property redevelop in the future. (Ord. 2053 § 3 (Exh. C), 2010).

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