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Ordinance No. 3850 - Places a proposition on the General Election Ballot, November 2011, to increase property taxes to fund building maintenance and park improvements 08/2011Aberdeen
Ordinance No. 13-742 - Imposes a local sales and use tax to be credited against the state sales and use tax for purposes of utilizing Local Infrastructure Financing under Ch 39.102 RCW05/2013Aberdeen
Resolution No. 4194 - Supports the proposition which creates the Valley Regional Fire Authority encompassing Algona, Auburn and Pacific; November 7, 2006 vote10/02Algona
Resolution No. 4091 - Provides for submission of proposition to create the Valley Regional Fire Protection Service Authority coextensive with the boundaries of Algona, Auburn, and Pacific and approval of fire service plan (attached); election November 7, 200609/06Algona
Ordinance No. 2586 - Establishes a service award recognition program for employees04/2002Anacortes
Resolution No. 1609 - Establishes a public corporation to renew a blighted property6/02Anacortes
Resolution No. 1752 - Promotes the use of LEED standards in the construction and renovation of city buildings and in the construction practices of the private sector1/08Anacortes
Ordinance No. 6550 - Adopts Ch. 17.62, Marijuana Related Uses, interim zoning regulations pursuant to RCW 35.63.200; prohibits medical cannabis collective gardens in all zoning districts of the city; allows the production, processing and retailing of marijuana in the industrial and light-industrial districts 10/2013Anacortes
Ordinance No. 2908 - Adopts a moratorium on the establishment of marijuana producers, marijuana processors and marijuana retailers in any location in the city08/2013Anacortes
Ordinance No. 2011-023 - Adopts moratorium on the establishment of medical marijuana dispensaries, collective gardens and the licensing and permitting thereof08/2011Arlington
Ordinance No. 2011-024 - Adds. Ch. 10.88, use of golf carts (or similar vehicles) on public property; creates golf cart zone 08/2011Arlington
Ordinance No. 2013-016 - Adopts a six-month moratorium on the establishment of marijuana producer, marijuana processor, and marijuana retailer establishments and the licensing and permitting thereof 11/04Arlington
Ordinance No. 2014-002 - Adds Sections 20.40.040(5) and 20.48.040(H; amends Sections 20.08.010 and Table 20.40.010-1 to establish local restrictions on the production, processing, selling, or delivery of marijuana02/2014Arlington
Resolution No. 4194 - Supports the proposition which creates the Valley Regional Fire Authority encompassing Algona, Auburn and Pacific; November 7, 2006 vote10/02Auburn
Resolution No. 4091 - Provides for submission of proposition to create the Valley Regional Fire Protection Service Authority coextensive with the boundaries of Algona, Auburn, and Pacific and approval of fire service plan (attached); election November 7, 200609/06Auburn
Ordinance 6014 - Adopts regulations related to homeless encampments07/06Auburn
Resolution No. 4639 - Expresses opposition to Initiatives 1100 and 11059/10Auburn
Ordinance No. 6377 - Adds Ch. 3.23, transportation benefit district09/2011Auburn
Resolution No. 4992 - Establishes a moratorium on acceptance or processing of applications for business licenses and other licenses, permits and approvals for marijuana/cannabis related businesses and uses10/2013Auburn
Resolution No. 2004-06 - Joint resolution of the city of Bainbridge Island, Bainbridge Island School District No. No303, Bainbridge Island Fire District No.2, and Bainbridge Island Park and Recreation District to promote and strengthen coordination in public funding and financing requests between Bainbridge Island taxing districts2004Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 2008-29 - Requesting that the legislature make a change in the RCW for setting the election on a change in the form of government 11/08Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 93-09 - Calls for an election on the proposition of whether the city should abandon the mayor-council form of government and reorganize under council-manager form of government, including sample ballot proposition2/93Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 2010-10 - Declares certain real property to be surplus to the needs of the city, and authorizes the transfer of said surplus property to Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park and Recreation District for use as public parks2/10Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 2005-28 - Promotes, encourages and supports public and private efforts to advance the utilization of renewable energy in our community8/05Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 2009-06 - Provides for the submission to the voters of the city, at a special election to be held therein on May 19,2009, of a proposition of whether the city should adopt the council/manager form of govermnent and abandon the council/mayor form of govermnent03/2009Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge Island Transportation Benefit District Resolution No. 2013-01 - Approves a $20.00 vehicle license fee pursuant to RCW 36.73.06501/2013Bainbridge Island
Ordinance No. 2013-32 - Establishes a moratorium on the siting, establishment and operation of any structures or uses related to marijuana production and on the submission of land use development permit applications and business license applications for such use for a period of six months; adopts interim zoning regulations relating to marijuana processing and retailing and collective gardens for a period of six months11/2013Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 2010-35 - Establishes a financial recovery program for 2011 and 20129/10Bainbridge Island
Ordinance No. 2010-47 - Amends Section 1.12.010, all city notices required by law to be posted shall be posted on the web site12/10Bainbridge Island
Resolution No. 2008-10 - Recognizes April 19, 2008 as "Bring Your Bags Day"3/08Bainbridge Island
Ordinance No. 2011-09 - Adds Section 2.02.020, relating to rules of conduct at city hall and other city-operated facilities06/2011Bainbridge Island
Ordinance No. 4309 - Provision of street lighting in the JFK annexation area06/2011Bainbridge Island
Ordinance No. 06-014 - Adds Section 8.12.010(N), declares allowing, permitting or maintaining graffiti on public or private property to be a nuisance requiring removal09/06Battle Ground
Ordinance No. 07-014 - Prohibits smoking and tobacco use in public parks6/07Battle Ground
Ordinance No. 08-08 - Establishes biennial budget beginning January 1, 20096/08Battle Ground
Ordinance No. 09-07 - Adds Ch. 17.200, latecomers agreements8/09Battle Ground
Ordinance No. 09-11 - Provides statutory authorization for the police department to perform law enforcement services within the city9/09Battle Ground
Resolution No. 608 - Authorizes city staff and elected officials of the city to actively participate with Clark County Fire and Rescue, the city of Battle Ground, and Clark County Fire District No.2 in the development of a draft plan to form a regional fire authority 02/2012Battle Ground
Ordinance No. 13-01 - Annexation of unincorporated territory and fixing its zone for land use01/2013Battle Ground
Ordinance No. 3986 - Water use restrictions02/1989Bellevue
Ordinance No. 5109 - Impoundment of vehicles by persons with a suspended or revoked license12/1998Bellevue
Resolution No. 5840 - Adopting a joint resolution with the Bellevue School District to create a partnership to meet the needs of the community by focusing on schools as community resource centers12/94Bellevue
Resolution No. 7322 - Endorses the goals of "A Roof Over Every Bed in King County: Our Community's Ten-Year Plan to End Homelessness" and states the intent of the city to work with other organizations and governmental entities in the implementation of this plan01/06Bellevue
Ordinance No. 5828 - Provides for submission of proposition to voters authorizing the city to increase its regular property tax levy for open space and parks facilties7/08Bellevue
Resolution No. 6743 - De-annexes three parcels of land to the town of Beaux Arts from the city of Bellevue, pursuant to RCW 35.10.217(2)9/02Bellevue
Resolution No. 6769 - Adjusts the boundary line between the city of Bellevue and the city of Redmond, pursuant to RCW 35.13.340 et seq., a portion of Lot 19 in the Kimura Nursery Planned Unit Development located at the intersection of Bellevue-Redmond Road and NE 40th Street; and providing conditions for such adjustment10/02Bellevue
Ordinance No. 5897 - Adds Ch. 9.13, amends §§ 9.10.030 and 9.18.020(B), relating to reducing impacts in single-family land use districts associated with vacant residences, abandoned construction sites and construction related noise8/09Bellevue
Ordinance No. 5744 - Adds § 3.79.135 and amends § 3.79.040, declarations of domestic partnerships6/07Bellevue
Ordinance No. 5073 - Imposes a moratorium on the acceptance of applications for and issuance of land use, building and development permits and business licenses for adult entertainment and adult retail uses 06/1998Bellevue
Ordinance No. 6058 - Adopts interim zoning controls regarding medical marijuana collective gardens for a period of six months05/2012Bellevue
Ordinance No. 6133 - Adopts interim official zoning controls regarding recreational marijuana producers, processors and retailers for a period of six months10/2013Bellevue
Ordinance No. 09074 - Relating to franchises and use of city right-of-way5/99Bellingham
Resolution No. 2003-06 - Reaffirms the commitment of the City of Bellingham to the guarantees of the U.S. Constitution 3/03Bellingham
Ordinance No. 2013-08-061 - Adopts interim zoning regulations for the siting, establishment, and operation of any structures or uses relating to the production, processing, or retailing of recreational marijuana 08/2013Bellingham
Ordinance No. 2002-01-007 - Annexation, petition method, non-code city02/2002Bellingham
Bellingham Transportation Benefit District Resolution No. 2010-1 - Submission to the qualified electors of the district of the proposition whether the District shall impose a sales and use tax within the limitations established in RCW 82.14.0455 for their ratification or rejection at a special election to be held on November 2, 201008/2010Bellingham
Ordinance No. 2010-07-040 - Establishes a transportation benefit district7/10Bellingham
Resolution No. 2010-27 - Opposition to Initiatives 1100 and 110510/10Bellingham
Resolution No. 2007-10 - Adopts greenhouse gas reduction targets and climate protection action plan5/07Bellingham
Resolution No. 2007-05 - Environmentally preferable purchasing program4/07Bellingham
Ordinance No. 2004-09-061 - Six-year property tax levy lid lift measure on the November ballot to provide a funding source for the Emergency Medical Service Program9/04Bellingham
Ordinance No. 2002-041 - Creates a joint public facilities district known as the Bellingham-Whatcom Public Facilities District to undertake the design, construction, operation, promotion and financing of a regional center and/or related parking or other related facilities7/02Bellingham
Resolution No. 2006-09 - Supports advocacy of universal access to quality health care3/06Bellingham
Resolution No. 2006-08 - Declares the city's intent to take a leadership role in the promotion of renewable energy7/06Bellingham
Ordinance No. 2006-10-105 - Creates a revenue development area pursuant to Ch. 181, Laws of 2006, the local infrastructure financing tool10/06Bellingham
Ordinance No. 13-1012 - Adopts a six-month moratorium on the acceptance or processing of applications, or issuance of permits and approvals, and uses or activities associated with production, processing, and retailing of marijuana and marijuana-infused products 10/2013Black Diamond
Ordinance No 03-2550 - Regarding the city's intent to initiate the annexation of the city of Blaine into and to join Whatcom County Fire Protection District No. 1306/2003Blaine
Resolution No. 1212 - Adopts joint resolution with Birch Bay Water District to develop cooperative water conservation policies08/1998Blaine
Resolution No. 1542 - Authorizes the surplus of 1998 Elgin street sweeper no longer of any use to the city2/10Blaine
Ordinance No. 04-2572 - Adds Section 13.08.075, grease interceptor/trap and amends Sections 13.08.260, 13.08.310 and 13.08.350 to regulate oils, fats, grease and grit entering the sanitary sewer system04/2004Blaine
Ordinance No. 2843 - Adds Ch. 17.150, marijuana control regulations 11/2013Blaine
Ordinance No. 1396 - Adopts a temporary zoning moratorium on the establishment, maintenance or continuation of medical marijuana collective gardens08/2011Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1361 - Adds Section 10.04.27, avoidance of intersections08/2011Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 903 - Annexation, petition method, code city 11/2001Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1218 - Annexation, petition method, code city01/2007Bonney Lake
Imposes a moratorium prohibiting the production, processing, and retail sales of recreational marijuana and prohibiting granting of any city license or permit related to such activities.10/2013Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1196 - Adds Ch. 10.36 [10.40], automatic traffic safety cameras7/06Bonney Lake
Resolution No. 1246 - Authorizes the provision of food and/or refreshments at city expense to facilitate periodic public outreach and employee training sessions4/04Bonney Lake
Resolution No. 1870 - Call for special election to change city's classification to charter code city8/08Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1331 - Establishes temporary benefit policies and/or exceptions to benefit policies due to the current recession and accompanying reductions in city revenues. 9/09Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1347 - Allows approval of a single cottage housing project as a demonstration of a housing choice not currently available in Bonney Lake 4/10Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1383 - Abandons the combined at-large/ward system of council representation in favor of a completely at-large system of council representation3/11Bonney Lake
Ordinance No. 1416 - Accepts deed and establishes a task force for the Bothell Pioneer Cemetery 04/`991Bothell
Resolution No. 1173 - Appoints the city clerk as the public records officer of the city07/2005Bothell
Ordinance No. 1955 - Amends Sections 12.06.010 and 12.06.160, establishes regulations concerning transitory accomodations12/2005Bothell
Resolution No. 1214 (2008) - Approves a 6 year Saving Water Partnership goal of reducing consumption 1% per year; Saving Water Partnership municipal water use efficiency goal.03/08Bothell
Resolution No. 1177 - Declares October 24-31, 2005, as BuyBOTHELL week and encourages all citizens to participate in the ongoing BuyBOTHELL Program10/05Bothell
Resolution No. 1233 - Requires that all municipal buildings over 1,000 square feet to meet the U.S. Green Buildings Council's LEEDS Silver rating level or better5/09Bothell
Ordinance No. 1944 - Adds Ch. 3.65, Bothell Urban Emergency Medical Service (EMS) District05/2005Bothell
Ordinance No. 2081 - Amends Section 18.10.110, storm and surface water service charge schedule11/2011Bothell
Ordinance No. 2082 - Adds Ch. 18.11, stormwater capital facilities charges11/2011Bothell
Resolution No. 1278 - Establishes the date on which a measure concerning proposed annexation will appear on the ballot02/2012Bothell
Ordinance No. 2091 - Acquisition by eminent domain of a certain portion of property in the city necessary for the Crossroads Project 05/2012 Bothell
Ordinance No. 2094 - Amends Ch. 8.60, park rules and regulations; adds section prohibiting the use of all tobacco products in city parks06/2012Bothell
Ordinance No. 1559 - Adds Ch. 3.60, emergency medical services utility; repealed by Ordinance No. 206407/1994Bothell
Ordinance No. 2068 - Amends Section 17.045.070, transportation impact fee schedule06/2011Bothell
Ordinance No. 2075 - Annexation via island island annexation method10/2011Bothell
Ordinance No. 2077 - Adds Section 6.16.011, animal waste; amends Section 8.60.240, pets in park facilities11/2011Bothell
Ordinance No. 2083 - Amends Section 5.08.020, utility tax rate11/2011Bothell
Ordinance No. 2079 - Adds Section 18.06.530, utility tax; amends Section 18.06.250, water rates11/2011Bothell
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