RESOLUTION
NUMBER
DATE
ADOPTED
DESCRIPTION
2016-01

Public Hearing
2-8-16
2-22-16 Naming Certain Rights-of-Way withiin S6 T7S R11W, SM, AK within Emergency Service Number (ESN) 901.

Unnamed Private Trail to Stillpoint Trl
2016-02

Public Hearing
2-8-16
2-22-16 Renaming Certain Public Rights-of-Way within S29 T8S R14W, SM, AK within Emergency Service Number (ESN) 826.

Outside Beach Dr to Posh Community Dr
2016-03

Public Hearing
3-28-16
   
2016-04

Public Hearing
3-28-16
   


An Alternative Style of Development for Local Property Owners


What is Local Option Zoning?

Why Use Local Option Zoning?
Who Enforces Local Option Zoning?

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Established Local Option Zoning Districts

 

Local Option Zoning Districts Created Before LOZ Types Were Standardized:

College Heights Subdivision Zoning District– Created in 1984, Principal permitted use: “single-family dwelling units”
Keystone Estates Subdivision Zoning District – Created in 1985, Principal permitted use: “residential”
North Fork One Zoning District – Created in 1999, Principal permitted use: “single-family dwellings”

 

Local Option Zoning Districts Created After LOZ Types Were Standardized in KPB 21.44:

Ten Mar Ranch Zoning District – R-1, Single-Family Residential, Created in 2000   (See 21.44.160)
Russian Gap Subdivision Zoning District – R-R, Rural Residential, Created in 2001   (See 21.44.170)
Birch and Grouse Ridge Subdivision Zoning District – R-R, Rural Residential, Created in 2004 (See 21.44.170)
Diamond Willow - Ravenwood Zoning District - R-1, Single Family Residential, Created in 2014 (KPB 21.46.040)
Diamond Willow - Fairfield Zoning District - R-1, Single Family Residential, Created in 2014 (KPB 21.46.040)
Grande View Heights One Zoning District – R-1, Single-Family Residential, Created in 2004   (See 21.44.160)
Funny River Grove – R-1, Single-Family Residential, Created in 2008 (See 21.44.160 & 21.46.040.A.3)
Percy Hope – R-M, Mixed Residential, Created in 2009   (See 21.44.180 & 21.46.050.A.1)
Discovery Park – R-M, Mixed Residential, Created in 2009   (See 21.44.180 & 21.46.050.A.2)
Widgeon Woods – R-1, Single-Family Residential, Created in 2012 (See 21.44.160 & 21.46.040.A.4)



For More Information
:
Bruce Wall, Planner
bwall@kpb.us

Administration Building Emergency Action Plan
KPB Comprehensive Plan (2005)
KPB Comprehensive Plan (1992)     
KPB Transportation Plan (2003)
-- (Incorporated in the KPB Comprehensive Plan by enactment of Ordinance 2003-40.)
All-Hazard Multi-Jurisdictional Mitigation Plan
2007 Coastal Management Program Plan Update
KPB Trail Plan (1998)   
KPB Trail Plan Phase 1 (1992) 
Nikiski Groundwater Study - Revised Report (April 2015) 
Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District
      - 2015 Kenai Peninsula Situations & Prospects
 

Cities Comprehensive Plans

City of Kenai Comprehensive Plan
City of Soldotna Comprehensive Plan 
City of Homer Comprehensive Plan (adopted 2010)
City of Seward Comprehensive Plan - Volume 1     Volume 2
City of Seldovia Comprehensive Plan
Kachemak City Comprehensive Community Plan

KPB Community Land Use Plans

Cooper Landing Land Use Classification Plan for Borough-owned and Borough Selected Lands (1996)
Cooper Landing Community Recommendations on a Land Use Plan for Borough Lands (1992)
Hope / Sunrise Community Recommendations on a Land Use Plan for Borough Lands 1992 Additions (July 1992)
Hope / Sunrise Community Land Use Plan for Borough Lands in Hope (1988)
Hope / Sunrise Community Land Use Plan (1987)
Funny River Community Plan (2004)
Kenai Area Plan
Moose Pass Comprehensive Plan (1993)
Nikiski Community Action Plan (2001)
Ninilchik Community Plan (2004)
Sterling Community Plan (2004)

Miscellaneous Reports

Correctional Community Residential Center (CCRC) Task Force Report (1997)
Let Your Assets Be Your Guide - Handbook for Community Planning
Port Graham/Nanwalek Area that Merits Special Attention (1992)
Seward Highway Corridor Partnership Plan
Urban Forestry Plan for the Kenai Peninsula Borough (1990)

Plans & Reports that can be Viewed in the Planning Department Library
Forest Resources Management Plan (1986)
LESA - Land Evaluation and Site Assessment (1987) 
Chuitna Area Resource Development Plan (1988)  

KPB Code of Ordinances Chapter 21.29 (Adopted as Ordinance 2006-01, August 1, 2006) regulates material extraction, materials processing, and excavation in the water table.

If you are planning to dig on your property, please read the information below to determine if a borough permit is required.

The following types of material extraction activities does not require a borough permit:


Material extraction which disturbs a cumulative area of less than one acre, that is not in a mapped flood plain, or subject to 21.29.010(B), does not enter the water table, and does not cross property boundaries.  There will be no excavation within 20 feet of a right-of-way, or within 10 feet of a lot line.

Material extraction taking place on dewatered bars within the confines of the Snow River and the streams within the Seward-Bear  Creek Flood Service Area.  However, operators subject to this exemption shall provide the planning department with the information required by KPB 21.29.030(A)(1), (2), (6), (7) and a current flood plain development permit prior to beginning operations.

Extraction on a prior existing use or "grandfathered" parcel pursuant to KPB 21.29.120.

The following types of material extraction activities requires a borough permit:


A counter permit is required for material extraction which disturbs no more than 2.5 cumulative acres and does not enter the water table. Counter permits are approved by the planning director, and are not subject to the notice requirements or planning commission approval of KPB 21.25.060. A counter permit is valid for a period of 12 months, with a possible 12-month extension.

Counter Permit application - Application Fee:  $50.00

A conditional land use permit (CLUP) is required for material extraction which disturbs more than 2.5 cumulative acres, or material extraction of any size that enters the water table.  A CLUP is required for materials processing.  A CLUP is valid for a period of five years.

Conditional Land Use Permit application - Application Fee:  $300.00

For more information regarding material site permits, please contact (907) 714-2200

Alaska DEC Gravel Extraction Best Management Practices
Alaska DNR Reclamation Plan Form

KPB Code of Ordinances Chapter 21.29 (Adopted as Ordinance 2006-01, August 1, 2006)
regulates material extraction, materials processing, and excavation in the water table.

If you are planning to dig on your property, please read the information below
to determine if a borough permit is required.

The following types of material extraction activities do not require a borough permit:
Material extraction which disturbs a cumulative area of less than one acre, that is not in a mapped flood plain, or subject to 21.29.010(B), does not enter the water table, and does not cross property boundaries. There will be no excavation within 20 feet of a right-of-way, or within 10 feet of a lot line.
Material extraction taking place on dewatered bars within the confines of the Snow River and the streams within the Seward-Bear Creek Flood Service Area. However, operators subject to this exemption shall provide the planning department with the information required by KPB 21.29.030(A)(1), (2), (6), (7) and a current flood plain development permit prior to beginning operations.
Extraction on a prior existing use or "grandfathered" parcel pursuant to KPB 21.29.120.
The following types pf material extraction activities do require a borough permit:
A counter permit is required for material extraction which disturbs no more than 2.5 cumulative acres and does not enter the water table. Counter permits are approved by the planning director, and are not subject to the notice requirements or planning commission approval of KPB 21.25.060. A counter permit is valid for a period of 12 months, with a possible 12 month extension.
Click here for a Counter Permit application. Application Fee: $50.00

A conditional land use permit (CLUP) is required for material extraction which disturbs more than 2.5 cumulative acres, or material extraction of any size that enters the water table. A CLUP is required for materials processing. A CLUP is valid for a period of five years.
Click here for a Conditional Land Use Permit application. Application Fee: $300.00

Subcategories

Membership, duties, and responsibilities of the Kenai Peninsula Borough Planning Commission are set by Borough Code 2.40 (amended by Ordinance 2007-34) (pdf). Research the Borough Code through this link.

The Planning Commission usually meets in the Assembly Chambers, Borough Administration Building, 144 North Binkley Street, Soldotna. Occasionally, meetings are held in different communities. Please verify the meeting location and time by checking the current agenda.

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