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 PLANNING COMMISSION
 
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The Planning Commission shall have all powers and perform all duties specified for the planning agency by Chapter 35A.63 RCW, together with any other duties or authority which may be conferred upon them by laws of the State, or the ordinances of the City; provided, that nothing in Raymond Municipal Code (RMC) 2.75 shall be constructed as limiting the right of the City to exercise any power granted to any class of City as provided by law.

The Planning Commission shall conduct public hearings relating to the comprehensive plan and the implementation thereof, including but not limited to zoning, official map, platting, and subdivision regulations. The Planning Commission is also authorized to review and make recommendations on the adoption and the enforcement of coordinated plans and regulations for the physical development of the City. The Planning Commission shall be advisory and it shall advise the City Council for the final approval.
 
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MEETINGS

Meetings are scheduled for the second Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in Raymond at the City Hall Council Chambers located at 230 Second St., Raymond, WA 98577. In the event the date falls on a holiday, the meeting will be held on the next regular business day.
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SHORELINE REGULATIONS

The City of Raymond has received grant funding from the Washington State Department of Ecology (ECY) to update the City's Shoreline Master Program (SMP). To view information related to the SMP update, please click HERE.



COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING

Every City needs to plan for growth in order to provide a healthy future for its citizens. Cities adopt comprehensive plans that spell out a specific vision for how the City will develop while protecting critical natural resources and open space. Engaging citizens in the process of developing a comprehensive plan ensures that everyone works together to come up with a shared vision for the future and shares the work of achieving it. (AWC, Roles & Responsibilities of City officials, Copyright 2011 by Association of Washington Cities, Inc. All rights reserved.)

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