The Key Peninsula Community Plan and implementing regulations were initially adopted by Pierce County on October 23, 2007. Community Plans are a part of the Comprehensive Plan and provide a more detailed sense of how the community wants the area to develop in the future.
The Key Peninsula is characterized by a variety of rural land uses on large lots. Residential home sites, agricultural lands, and forest lands dominate the land use pattern. There are many small, distinct communities located throughout the Key Peninsula.
Key Peninsula Community Plan Vision Statement
The Key Peninsula Community Plan will provide its citizens, business owners, and government officials with a strategy to guide growth and development. This 20-year plan should promote the best aspects of rural living. In keeping with the desires of the majority of its citizens and without depriving landowners the reasonable use of their land, the community plan should: