In response to new County policies and the Washington State Growth Management Act requirements, Mason County has updated its Long Range Plan. The Mason County Commission established the scope of this Plan update in February 17, 2015 and took public comments during 44 public meetings.
What have we heard from the public?
Comprehensive Plan documents available for public review:
1   Introduction – Citizen’s Guide   A summary of the goals, policies and trends contained in the 20 year Comprehensive Plan
2   Countywide Planning Policies (CWPP)   Policies that ensure implementation of the Comprehensive Plan and consistency between cities and county.
3   Land Use Element (includes the Shelton/Mason Joint Plan)   Designating the proposed general distribution and general location and extent of the uses of land and related trends.
4   Rural Element   Addresses extent of rural lands and establishes policies to maintain rural character.
5   Housing Element   Identifies the mix and number of housing units necessary to manage projected growth and establishes related policies and goals.
6   Capital Facilities Plan   Inventories and projects the future need for capital facilities owned by public entities including a minimum 6 year financing plan. 2024-2029 Capital Improvement Program
7   Utilities Element   Inventories the existing utilities and projects the needs, capacity, and location of  proposed utilities
8   Transportation Element   Provides the analytics, policy review, and systems evaluation to identify transportation needs that support the other elements of the Comprehensive Plan
9   Parks and Trails Plan   Lays the groundwork for the future of the Mason County Facilities, Parks and Trails system.
10   Economic Development Element   Establishes local goals, policies, objectives, and provisions for economic growth and vitality and a high quality of life including planning for a variety of rural densities, uses, essential public facilities, and rural governmental services needed to serve the permitted densities and uses in the rural areas of Mason County.
11   Health and Human Services   Establishes goals and strategies that promote a healthy living environment for the betterment of the community including an inventory and projection of needs for parks and recreation.
12   Plan Implementation and Monitoring   Describes steps to put the plan into action, how this Plan is updated and amended, and how the Plan is monitored and evaluated.
Who do I contact with questions or comments?

Please contact us with questions, comment or to request a copy of materials.

Mason County Planning Services
615 W. Alder Street, Building 8
Shelton, WA 98584 
Email Kell Rowen
Phone:  360-427-9670 x286