Pierce County Planning Comprehensive Plan Update
Pierce County has published a report summarizing input received during the Critical Areas Engagement Period.
Pierce County conducted the second engagement period related to the Comprehensive Plan Periodic Review from January 31- March 6, 2023. This provided an opportunity to explain the results of the Critical Areas Best Available Science (BAS) and Gap Analysis Report to stakeholders and collect input that will inform draft amendments to the Critical Areas Ordinance (CAO). Staff summarized engagement strategies and input received for the Pierce County Council Community Development Committee on June 5, 2023.
The full report, which you can find here Includes:
Outreach and engagement strategies, including efforts to involve underrepresented communities and stakeholder groups who may be disproportionately impacted by proposed changes.
Analytics and participation numbers from engagement events.
Public input on the BAS and Gap Analysis report specifically, which will inform the draft CAO amendments.
General concerns about County policies that are outside of the scope of the CAO update. While these comments cannot be integrated into the CAO amendments, they provide valuable perspective for County Staff and decision makers.
Through June 14th, Pierce County is seeking input on what resilience measures are most important for your community!
Pierce County has received a state Department of Commerce grant to perform a Climate Risk and Vulnerability Assessment to support ongoing resiliency efforts to reduce the impacts of climate change and extreme weather events on our communities and natural systems. This work will inform the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan periodic review and update.
A growing and vibrant community
Frederickson is the oldest non-governmental community in the heart of
Pierce County, Washington.
Over the years, the Frederickson Clover Creek Community Council has established strong relationships with local businesses and Government agencies such as the Sheriff Department, the County Council, the Planning & Zoning committee, the Fire Departments, the Bethel School District and Political leaders to only name a few.
We are the voice of our citizens.
Our members are Individuals, Families, Business Owners and Homeowners’ Associations.
Each day, our team of volunteers keep their ears and eyes open and work tirelessly through advocacy and outreach activities to ensure that our Community remain
safe and thriving.