Nine Shoreline Master Program (SMP) documents adopted by the San Juan County Council are now available on the county website.
According to Colin Maycock, county planner, the SMP Update is considered “locally adopted” and will not become effective until the update is adopted by the Washington State Department of Ecology. “The next step in this process is submittal of the locally adopted update and supporting documentation to the Department of Ecology,” said Maycock.
Ecology’s review process will include a public comment period during which time members of the public may submit comments to the WDOE, he added.
Here are links to the locally adopted documents:
The ordinance section guide is available here.
The first part of the signed ordinance is here.
The second part of the signed ordinance is here.
The updated Section B, Element 3 of the County Comprehensive Plan (Exhibit A) is here.
The updated Comprehensive Plan and Shoreline designation Map for Orcas (Exhibit B) is here.
The updated Comprehensive Plan and Shoreline designation Map for Lopez (Exhibit B) is here.
The updated Comprehensive Plan and Shoreline designation Map for San Juan (Exhibit B) is here.
The restoration plan (Exhibit C) is here.
The written description of the boundaries of shoreline designations that do not follow lot lines (Exhibit D) is here.
The page containing all the above links can be found at: Adopted SMP Documents