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Weekly Report – November 7, 2020

Normandy Park City Manager
City Manager Mark Hoppen
November 07, 2020

2021 City Legislative Priorities.  The City of Normandy Park’s Legislative Agenda, like other city legislative agendas, identifies what Normandy Park can request from local, state and federal levels relating to Normandy Park’s strategic goals and budgetary priorities. During the 2021 legislative session, Washington’s 281 cities are asking the Legislature to take action on the following priorities, and more, and to partner with cities to meet the needs of city residents. The City of Normandy Park’s proposed 2021 legislative agenda reflects some of these legislative goals as indicated by the double asterisk on the draft. The Council will review this draft at the next regular City Council Meeting on November 10.

[click to view 2021 Legislative Agenda Bill]

[click to view 2021 Legislative Agenda – DRAFT]

Planning Commission Meeting November 19.  At the coming meeting, the Planning Commission will recommend regulations for Enhanced Services Facilities (ESFs). Also, the Commissioners will make a recommendation on the FEMA required amendment to Title 9 – Flood Hazard Areas. A public hearing for both items is scheduled and noticed for the regular meeting on November 19.


Planning Commission to Address Sign Code Amendments. The City of Normandy Park’s current sign code is inconsistent with current United States Supreme Court rulings. Proposed code amendments, as drafted by the City Attorney, propose review criteria that focus solely on form, not Constitutionally protected content.


“The City of Normandy Park’s current sign code is inconsistent with current United States Supreme Court rulings.”

Mark E. Hoppen, City Manager

City of Normandy Park
801 SW 174th Street
Normandy Park, WA 98166
(206) 248-8246 (Direct Phone)

Weekly Report – November 21, 2020

Enhanced Services Facilities – Siting and Regulations in Normandy Park.  Siting and regulating of Enhanced Services Facilities (ESFs) is a hot-button topic these past few years, recently in Normandy Park. Cities must comply with State statutes for siting and regulation of these facilities. “No ESFs” is not an option under State law.

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Weekly Report – November 14, 2020

We Have to be COVID-19 Careful.  But, we can still have fun, just not in holiday gatherings outside of our immediate households. The city is co-sponsoring holiday activities with community groups like…

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