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The development fee waiver will be commensurate with the percentage of affordable units in the development. Affordable housing units shall remain affordable for a minimum of 99 years from the date of initial occupancy. The placement and exterior design of the attached units must be such that the units together resemble as closely as possible a single-family dwelling. A development fee waiver may be approved by the Director for City imposed fees based on the percentage of affordable housing units to be constructed or remodeled that will be affordable to residents whose annual income does not exceed 60 percent King County Area Median Income. The first 300 multifamily units constructed for rent or sale in any MUR zone may be eligible for an eight-year property tax exemption with no affordability requirement in exchange for the purchase of transfer of development right (TDR) credits at a rate of one TDR credit for every four units constructed upon authorization of this program by City Council. The following provisions shall apply to all affordable housing units required by or created through any incentive established in the Shoreline Municipal Code unless otherwise specifically exempted or addressed by the applicable code section for specific affordable housing programs or by the provisions of an approved development agreement: 1. The applicant shall be responsible for the cost and recording of the covenant. When dwelling units subject to this section will be constructed in phases, or over a period of more than 12 months, a proportional amount of affordable housing units must be completed at or prior to completion of the related market rate dwellings, or as approved by the Director. If a project is to be phased, the proportion of affordable units or residential building lots to be completed with each phase shall be determined as part of the phasing plan approved by the Director. In subdivisions where the applicant intends to sell the individual unimproved lots, it is the responsibility of the applicant to arrange for the affordable units to be built. In single-family developments where there are two or more affordable units, side yard setbacks may be waived to allow for attached housing units for affordable units only. 20% of the rental units shall be affordable to households making 80% or less of the median income for King County adjusted for household size; or 10% of the rental units shall be affordable to households making 70% or less of the median income for King County adjusted for household size. The commencement date for rental units shall be the date the first lease agreement with a renter in one of the applicable income groups becomes effective. 20% of the rental units shall be affordable to households making 70% or less of the median income for King County adjusted for household size; or 10% of the rental units shall be affordable to households making 60% or less of the median income for King County adjusted for household size. Columbariums only as accessory to a church; provided, that required landscaping and parking are not reduced. Structures shall maintain a minimum distance of 100 feet from property lines adjoining residential zones. The applicant may request release of the covenant on the housing sending site once a certificate of occupancy has been issued for the affordable housing on the housing receiving site. A development fee waiver may be approved by the Director for City imposed fees for an affordable housing project that constructs or remodels units that are affordable to residents whose annual income does not exceed 60 percent King County Area Median Income. The aviary or loft shall provide one-half cubic foot for each parakeet, canary or similarly sized birds, one cubic foot for each pigeon, small parrot or similarly sized bird, and two cubic feet for each large parrot, macaw or similarly sized bird. Aviaries or lofts shall not exceed 2,000 square feet in footprint. The aviary is set back at least 10 feet from any property line, and 20 feet from any neighboring dwelling unit. The minimum lot area for large livestock shall be two acres. Livestock under six months of age are excluded from the density limitations. In the event that animals are proposed that do not clearly fall within the size categories established by this code, the Director shall determine an appropriate category based on that which is most similar to the animal in question and its impact on neighboring properties and the environment. The following animals are exempt from the provisions of this chapter: 1. They shall provide adequate ventilation and protection from the elements, pests and predators. The covenant shall describe the construction schedule for the off-site affordable housing and provide sufficient security from the applicant to compensate the City in the event the applicant fails to provide the affordable housing per the covenant and the Shoreline Municipal Code. On lots of at least one-half acre, such animals may be kept at the rate of 12 for each one-half acre. Birds (other than domestic fowl) shall be kept in an aviary or loft that meets the following standards: 1. Beehives are limited to no more than four hives, each with only one swarm, on sites less than 20,000 square feet. Hives shall not be located within 25 feet of any lot line except when situated eight feet or more above the grade immediately adjacent to the grade of the lot on which the hives are located or when situated less than eight feet above the adjacent existing lot grade and behind a solid fence or hedge six feet high parallel to any lot line within 25 feet of a hive and extending at least 20 feet beyond the hive in both directions. Must register with the Washington State Department of Agriculture. Must be maintained to avoid overpopulation and swarming. The maximum number of livestock shall be as follows: 1. Temporary uses of animals such as goats for the purpose of vegetation management. All animal enclosures, including but not limited to pens, coops, cages and feed areas, shall be maintained free from litter, garbage and the accumulation of manure, so as to discourage the proliferation of flies, other disease vectors and offensive odors. The purpose of the campus zone is to provide for the location of charitable, educational, health, rehabilitative or other institutions and ancillary or compatible uses to the primary institutions located on the same site. Specific areas have been established to implement the appropriate objective of each different campus zone as follows: 1. The purpose of the mixed-use residential (MUR) zones (MUR-35', MUR-45', and MUR-70') is to provide for a mix of predominantly multifamily development ranging in height from 35 feet to 70 feet in appropriate locations with other nonresidential uses that are compatible and complementary. Specific mixed-use residential zones have been established to provide for attached single-family residential, low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise multifamily residential. Phase 1 zoning is delineated and shown on the City’s official zoning map. Property within the Phase 2 overlay will be automatically rezoned on March 1, 2021.



Where boundaries are indicated as approximately following lot lines, the actual lot lines shall be considered the boundaries; 3. All other development standards apply to each zone separately. The land use tables in this subchapter determine whether a specific use is allowed in a zone. 507 may be permitted as P-m through a Code interpretation. The locations and boundaries of the zoning districts shall be shown on the map accompanying the ordinance codified in this section and entitled, “Official Zoning Map, Shoreline, Washington.” The Official Zoning Map and all notations, references, and amendments thereto are hereby adopted by this section. The following zoning and map symbols are established as shown in the following table: CCZ refers to the CRISTA Campus; FCZ refers to the Fircrest Campus; PHZ refers to the Public Health Laboratory Campus; and SCZ refers to the Shoreline Community College Campus.

The purpose of low density residential, R-4 and R-6 zones, is to provide for a mix of predominantly single detached dwelling units and other development types, such as accessory dwelling units and community facilities that are compatible with existing development and neighborhood character. The purpose of medium density residential, R-8 and R-12 zones, is to provide for a mix of single-family homes, duplexes, triplexes, townhouses, and community facilities in a manner that provides for additional density at a modest scale. The purpose of high density residential, R-18, R-24, R-36 and R-48 zones, is to provide for a mix of predominantly apartment and townhouse dwelling units and other compatible uses.

The fee shall cover the costs incurred by the City to review and process documents to maintain compliance with income and affordability restrictions of the agreement. The City may, at its sole discretion, agree to subordinate any affordable housing regulatory agreement for the purpose of enabling the owner to obtain financing for development of the property. The City’s priority is for residential and mixed-use developments to provide the affordable housing on site.