The Planning and Zoning Division provides guidance and policy to manage the physical growth and development of the city. The division:
Annexation is the procedure for bringing unincorporated areas of a county into an adjacent incorporated city.
An administrative exception may be considered only for adjustments necessary to correct errors resulting from the inadvertent and unintentional placement of structures or incorrect identification of lot boundaries in certain circumstances.
Critical areas consist of wetlands, fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas, geologically hazardous areas, and critical aquifer recharge areas.
Learn about permit requirements for shoreline development along the Spokane River and Shelly Lake.
Enacted in 1971, the State Environmental Policy Act provides the framework for agencies to consider the environmental consequences of a proposal before taking action.
The term "vacation" means the complete or partial abandonment or termination of the public right to use a street, highway, or public service easement.