The City of Lakewood is revamping its Title 18A Land Use & Development Code and making related amendments to Title 3, Title 12 and Title17 as well in order to make the code more readable, logical, and user friendly. There will be some substantive updates, but most of the changes will be to reorganize the text and make it easier to use.
The Lakewood Planning Commission has kept open the public comment period on the proposed 18A update until October 16. Included below is the link to the latest version of the Lakewood development code update.
View the draft code language as presented on September 4 here. View the September 18 materials here. The Planning Commission held a second study session on the Titles 3, 12, 17, and 18A updates on Wednesday, August 21 at 6:30 pm in the City Council Chambers at Lakewood City hall (6000 Main St. SW.) You can view the meeting here - the description about the 18A update begins at 19:10 and there is a good summary of the big, substantive changes to the code starting at 34:45.
A stakeholder meeting was held Tuesday, June 18 at 11:30 am at Lakewood City Hall to review the latest draft updates. You can view materials from that meeting here. You can view materials from the January 2019 industry stakeholder meeting here and the public stakeholder meeting here.
The Planning Commission held a second study session on the Titles 3, 12, 17, and 18A updates on Wednesday, August 21. You can view the meeting video here - the description about the 18A update begins at 19:10 and there is a good summary of the big, substantive changes to the code starting at 34:45.
Click here to view the Powerpoint Presentations provided on August 7.
Title 18A Sections
18A.100 wireless services facilities
Please see City Ordinance 703 for the WSF interim controls. The City Council will renew the interim controls in July since the full Title 18A package will be considered in late 2019 by the Council for adoption.
The City Council adopted a sign code that went into effect July 3, 2019. This language will be incorporated into the full Title 18A package when it is presented for action by the Council.