Scanned copies of the signed legislation are available in the database records linked below:
AN ORDINANCE relating to the rates, terms and conditions for the use and sale of electricity supplied by the City Light Department for 2015 and 2016; and amending Seattle Municipal Code Sections 21.49.030, 21.49.040, 21.49.052, 21.49.055, 21.49.057, 21.49.058, 21.49.060, 21.49.065, 21.49.080, 21.49.082, and 21.49.085 in connection therewith.
AN ORDINANCE relating to land use and zoning; establishing a definition for small efficiency dwelling unit; clarifying standards for configuration of dwelling units; amending development standards for congregate residences; amending design review thresholds; clarifying the application of green factor landscaping requirements to congregate residences; amending income eligible household definitions for incentive programs related to small efficiency dwelling units and congregate residences; and modifying vehicle, bicycle and Restricted Parking Zone regulations for small efficiency dwelling units and congregate residences; amending Sections 11.16.315, 23.41.004, 23.45.504, 23.45.508, 23.45.524, 23.47A.004, 23.47A.016, 23.54.015, 23.54.040, 23.58A.004, and 23.84A.008 of the Seattle Municipal Code; and adopting new Sections 23.42.048 and 23.42.049.
AN ORDINANCE appropriating money to pay certain audited claims and ordering the payment thereof.
A RESOLUTION relating to Indigenous Peoples’ Day; declaring the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the City of Seattle; encouraging other institutions to recognize the Day; and reaffirming the City’s commitment to promote the well-being and growth of Seattle’s American Indian and Indigenous community.
A RESOLUTION concerning the Central Waterfront; commending the work of the Central Waterfront Committee, dissolving that Committee and superseding Resolution 31264; and establishing a new Central Waterfront Steering Committee to advise the City on implementing the Central Waterfront Concept Design and Strategic Plan to create a series of new parks and public spaces on the Central Waterfront, and on building the broader partnerships necessary for it to succeed.