Laserfiche WebLink
the proposed development regulations on December 19, 2018; and <br />WHEREAS, the Walla Walla City Council has considered the matter during a regularly <br />and duly called public meeting of said Council, has given said matter careful review and <br />consideration, and finds that good government and the best interests of the City of Walla Walla <br />will be served by passage of this ordinance. <br />NOW THEFORE, the City Council of the City of Walla Walla do ordain as follows: <br />Section 1: Section 19.06.020 of the Walla Walla Municipal Code is amended as follows <br />(added terms are underlined and removed terms are stricken): <br />19.06.020 Definitions. <br />As used in this code, the following words and phrases shall mean: <br />"Access" means the right to cross between public and private property allowing pedestrians and <br />vehicles to enter and leave property. <br />"Access way" means a pedestrian and/or bicycle connection between two rights-of-way, or to <br />achieve other connectivity needs as determined by the director or designee. An access waw <br />conforms to city standards and is in either an off-street public right-of-way or a public access <br />easement on private property. <br />"Adjacent" means having a common boundary and is not to be construed as that which is across <br />a street or alley. <br />"Alley means a service way providing a secondary means of public access to abutting property <br />and not intended for general traffic circulation. <br />"Approving authority" means the director, city manager, planning commission, hearing <br />examiner, or city council of the city of Walla Walla as used in this code. <br />"Binding site plan" means a survey together with a developer agreement which, when approved <br />and recorded as required by this code, provides a method of land division for the purpose of sale <br />or lease of commercial, industrial or public property, including condominiums. <br />"Block" means a group of lots, tracts or parcels within well defined and fixed boundaries. <br />"Boundary adjustment" means modification of the size or alignment of adjacent parcels through <br />relocation of their common boundary where an additional parcel is not created, and where the <br />existing parcel which is being reduced in size is not reduced below the minimum lot size <br />established by the zone which applies to the property. (See Division IV of this title.) <br />"City engineer" means the head of the engineering division of the department of public works. <br />"City manager" means the chief administrative officer of the city appointed by and responsible to <br />the city council. <br />"Common open space" means an area or areas within a development designed and developed for <br />the use or enjoyment of all residents of the development, or of the public in general. <br />"Comprehensive plan" means the most recent generalized coordinated land use policy statement <br />of the Walla Walla city council, as amended, adopted pursuant to Chapter 36.70A RCW. <br />"Concurrency requirements" means Chapter 20.51 and other ordinances, regulations and rules <br />adopted by the city to ensure that at the time of new development, public facilities and services <br />are in place or are adequately planned. <br />"Condominium" means a building, or group of buildings, in which dwelling units are owned <br />individually, and common areas and facilities are owned by all the owners in various ways as <br />provided by state statute. <br />Page 2 of 122 <br />