Kittitas County Boards and Committees

Road Variance Committee

KCC 12.01.130

 

The granting of a variance shall be in the public interest. When the need for a variance can be identified in advance, the variance should be proposed at preliminary plat stage and be included for consideration during plan review and public hearing. Variances from the standards in this title will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Variances will be granted only upon evidence that the variance demonstrates the following:

A. Unusual circumstances or conditions apply to the property and/or the intended use that do not apply generally to other property in the same vicinity or district; and

B. Such variance is necessary for the preservation and enjoyment of a substantial property right of the developer possessed by the owners of other properties in the same vicinity or district; and

C. The authorization of such variance will not be materially detrimental to the public welfare or injurious to property in the vicinity or district in which the property is located; and

D. Special conditions and circumstances do not result from the actions of the developer; and

E. The granting of such variance will not adversely affect the realization of the Kittitas County Comprehensive Plan, Long-Range Transportation Plan or this title.

Members

1. Mark Cook Public Works Director
2. Doc Hansen Interim - CDS Director
3. Josh Hink Interim - Fire Marshal
4. Brandon Drexler Citizen rep., District #1
5. Marc Kirkpatrick Citizen rep., District #2
6. (Vacant) Citizen Rep., District #3

Candie Leader, Clerk