20D.230 Transition Overlay Areas

20D.230.10    Purpose.

20D.230.20    Transition Overlay Areas.

20D.230.20-010    Applicability.

20D.230.30    Use, Operations, and Development Standards in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.30-010    Use and Operations Standards and Limitations in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.30-020    Site and Building Design Standards in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.30-030    Signs in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.30-040    Building Setbacks in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.30-050    Maximum Height of Structures in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.30-060    Landscaping and Buffers in a Transition Overlay.

20D.230.10 Purpose.

Redmond’s Comprehensive Plan directs the City to implement regulations that promote land use compatibility. Transition regulations represent one tool supporting those policy directions. These regulations set performance standards and create transition areas between higher and lower intensity uses.

Transition Overlay regulations apply to uses on the edges of zones that allow more intense uses than abutting zones. This chapter includes regulations on site design, construction, uses, and site operation to protect the character of lower intensity zones. In addition to these transitional regulations, other techniques such as Citywide development and performance standards are also used to minimize potential use conflicts. (Ord. 2390; Ord. 2332; Ord. 2027)