Long Range Planning is focused that the City’s high quality of livability is enhanced by identify projects that:
- Preserve the Natural Environment,
- Create a Healthy Built Environment,
- Sustain our Vibrant Economy,
- Include Authentic Public Participation,
- Create Opportunities for Arts & Cultural Awareness,
- Ensure a Healthy Community, and
- Be a Beacon for Innovation.
In order to implement these goals above, the City utilizes a state mandated Comprehensive Plan. This Comprehensive Plan provides guidance and serves as a constructive guide not only for the decisions which local officials must make, but puts on notice agencies of government, property owners, and future developers as to the type of community Mukilteo wants to be. As the City approaches a project, such as a pedestrian mobility plan, the Staff and Decision Makers review the Comprehensive Plan for guidance.
Long Range Planning Documents:
The City of Mukilteo has several long range planning documents that have been adopted to guide the City’s development. Please see the list of documents and links to download below:
- 2015 Comprehensive Plan – The 2015 Comprehensive Plan guides Mukilteo’s development and future growth for the next 20 years. To learn more please see the 2015 Comprehensive Plan webpage.
- 2017 PROSA – Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Arts – In 2017, the City Council adopted an update to the City’s 6-Year Park Plan known as the ‘PROSA’. To learn more, please see the PROSA Plan webpage.
- 2016 BTW – Bike, Transit, Walk Plan – The City Council adopted a multi-modal transportation plan that focuses on the integration of bicyling, transit, and walking within Mukilteo. To learn more, please see the BTW Plan’s webpage.
- 2016 Downtown Waterfront Master Plan – The City drafted and adopted a master plan to guide the redevelopment of the Mukilteo Waterfront including the relocation of the Mukilteo Ferry. To learn more, please see the Downtown Waterfront Master Plan’s webpage.
- 2016 Japanese Gulch Master Plan – Following the purchase of 98 acres of property, the City adopted a park master plan to cover the future intentions of Japanese Gulch to be known as Japanese Gulch Park. More information on Japanese Gulch can be found through the link.
- 2009 Downtown Subarea Plan – The City adopted a Downtown Business District Subarea Plan to focus on a mixed use and pedestrian oriented development with ‘Old Town’.
- 2009 Habitat Management Plan – The City wrote and adopted a plan to address habitat management within the City.
- 2004 Lighthouse Park Master Plan – The City adopted and has implemented portions of the Lighthouse Park Master Plan including public art, expanded parking, and new facilities.
If you have any questions regarding our Long Range Planning, please contact Dave Osaki, Planning Manager, at 425-263-8042.