Skip to main content
This section is included in your selections.

A. General. The applicant may request that the site plan approved with the Planned Unit Development constitute a Binding Site Plan pursuant to Chapter 58.17 RCW.

B. Survey and Recording Required. If a site plan is approved as a Binding Site Plan, the applicant shall provide a recorded survey depicting all lot lines and shall record the approved site plan and survey with the King County Department of Records and Elections. No document shall be presented for recording without the signature of each owner of the subject property.

C. Effect of Binding Site Plan. Upon the approval and recording of a Binding Site Plan the applicant may develop the subject property in conformance with the approved and recorded Binding Site Plan and without regard to lot lines internal to the subject property. Any sale or lease of lots or parcels within the subject property shall be subject to the approved and recorded Binding Site Plan and the requirements of state law. (Ord. 4972, 3-3-97, § 74; Ord. 4816, 11-27-95, § 173; Ord. 3848, 11-16-87, § 3)