Developers shall be required to dedicate right-of-way to the city for road purposes as a condition of approval of a development, when to do so is found to be reasonably necessary by the public works director or a hearing body, to mitigate an impact which is a direct result of a proposed development, for improvement, use or maintenance, and to accommodate future planned improvement of the road system serving the development.
Right-of-way dedication shall be required in the following cases:
A. To obtain the right-of-way reasonably necessary for the construction of frontage improvements along the frontage of the development’s parcel as identified in Chapter 17.09 BMC, Frontage Improvements. This may include right-of-way necessary to attain sufficient intersection sight distance as identified in the Bothell Standards.
B. To obtain the right-of-way reasonably necessary for the construction of any other improvements, either along the frontage of the development’s parcel or off site, as may be required in the development approval process.
C. To obtain the right-of-way reasonably necessary such that an existing offset road shall be located within right-of-way after the right-of-way dedication.
D. To obtain the right-of-way reasonably necessary for maintenance of city road and/or drainage facilities.
E. To obtain the right-of-way reasonably necessary to accommodate future planned improvements as documented within the transportation improvement program of the comprehensive plan. (Ord. 2348 § 22, 2021; Ord. 1633 § 1, 1996).