Holmes Point Overlay

Holmes Point area does have slopes that are far more susceptible to drainage and storm water problems, flooding, and even landslides and mudslides because of their geology, soils, and hydrology. These landslide pictures were taken on Holmes Pt. Drive, facing southeast. It was behind the first house on the right driving up towards the QFC.

Holmes Point Overlay Landslide

Holmes Point Overlay Landslide

Holmes Point Zoning

Posted by on Jun 16, 1999 in Blog, Holmes Point Overlay, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Holmes Point Zoning

Holmes Point Zoning

After four years of close cooperation between FHNA (formerly DCNA), the King County Council, and local residents, during which numerous adjustments were made to accommodate all interested parties, the Council passed the Northshore Significant Tree Ordinance in 1998, and the zoning Holmes Point SDO in 1999. The Holmes Point zoning SDO retains significant trees and restricts site disturbance when land is developed in the Holmes Point Planning Area. It was passed as an SDO, but implemented by p-suffix zoning, as Ordinance 13576. Council members...

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