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Posted on: March 8, 2022

Proposed Updates the the Shoreline Master Program

Pierce County is considering a series of amendments that, if passed, would: 

  1. Restrict new pier and dock construction along portions of residential and conservancy shoreline
  2. Clarify permitting requirements for non-commercial aquaculture intended to restore native fish and shellfish stocks
  3. Clarify fencing allowances within buffer and setback areas
  4. Update Title 18S - Shoreline Master Program to reflect a number of previously approved amendments to Title 18E - Development Regulations - Critical Areas.
  5. Make one revision to Pierce County Code (PCC) 18S 30.030 (Ecological Protection) related to compliance with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program.
  • Learn more about the proposal.
  • Join us March 9 or 16, 2022 for a virtual public information meeting. RSVP here to receive a Zoom link to attend.

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