Pierce County recently updated community plans for the Frederickson, Mid-County, Parkland-Spanaway-Midland, and South Hill communities. Each update included a review of individual community issues and identified issues that are common to all four areas. These plans were updated simultaneously because they make up the majority of the County’s central urban growth area. The major roads through the areas are connected, as are many of the issues facing these communities such as: rapid growth, traffic, jobs, and housing.
Pierce County Council adopted a set of emergency ordinances on February 23, 2021 that moves the effective date of the proposed updates to the Frederickson, Mid-County, Parkland-Spanaway-Midland and South Hill Community Plans to October 1, 2021, pending appeals to the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board (Case No. 21-3-0003c, which consolidates 3 appeals). Due to appeals, it is unknown at this time if the plans and their implementing regulations will go into effect as adopted, or if changes will be made as a result of the appeals. This page will be updated with the most recent news.
Ordinances moving the effective date to October 1, 2021