Liberty Avenue

Application/Permit Number: Z19-499COMP

Address: 3001, 3002, & 3027 E Liberty Avenue

Parcels: 35033.1304, 35033.1305, 35033.1306

Size: 0.85 acres (approximate)

Location: Northeast corner of N Market Street and E Liberty Avenue

Neighborhood: Bemiss Neighborhood (Adjacent to Minnehaha)

Proposed Amendments: Land Use Plan Map Designation and Zoning Designation

Land Use Change: "Residential 4-10" to "General Commercial"

Zoning Change: "Residential Single Family (RSF)" to "General Commercial (GC)"

What's Happening Now

This application was accepted into the 2019/2020 Comprehensive Plan Amendment Work Program by City Council on March 2, 2020 (see Resolution 2020-0014). The applicant has supplied all of the required application materials for full review of the proposal.

The City is currently seeking comments from the public on all nine proposals to amend the Comprehensive Plan. If you would like to comment on the proposal, please submit your comments here:

Kevin Freibott
Department of Neighborhood and Planning Services
City of Spokane
808 W Spokane Falls Boulevard
Spokane, WA 99201

You can also submit comments via email to kfreibott@spokanecity.org. Regardless of whether you mail or email your comments, please include the application number above in your comment. Please note that comments are due by August 7 if you want to be sure the Plan Commission considers them before their Hearing (not yet scheduled).

Please see SMC 17G.020 for details as to the procedure for Comprehensive Plan Amendments.

Applicant

Liam Taylor, Storhäug Engineering Inc.

Description

A proposed amendment to Chapter 3, Map LU-1, Land Use Plan Map and a concurrent amendment to the City of Spokane Official Zoning Map. This project is a 2019/2020 Comprehensive Plan Land Use Amendment Application.

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Contact Information

City of Spokane
Department of Neighborhood and Planning Services
808 W Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA 99201
509.625.6500

Kevin Freibott
Assistant Planner II
509.625.6184
kfreibott@spokanecity.org