Welcome to Concrete

Planning Department

The Planning Department plans, organizes and coordinates all land use planning activities within the Town limits. This includes developing and implementing land use policies and regulations, and reviewing permit applications.

The town offers an informal pre-application meeting with staff to review individual proposals with the applicant prior to filing an application. This process can ultimately save the applicant time by expediting the review process.

The Concrete Municipal Code is available at www.codepublishing.com/WA/Concrete.

Town Council and Public Hearing Meetings are being held via Zoom at this time. To attend one of these meetings please use the link below by copying and pasting into your web browser.

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For more information, please contact Town Hall at (360)853-8401

Planning Commission

The Planning Commission holds regular meetings that are open to the public on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 P.M. at 45672 Main Street in the Town Hall Building.

Concrete Planning Commission consisting of up to 5 members from the community who review the Towns land use policies and regulations, and makes recommendations to the Town Council. If you are interested in serving on the Planning Commission please contact Town Hall.

Comprehensive Plan

The Town of Concrete Comprehensive Plan is the document that will guide growth in the community over the next 20 years in compliance with the Growth Management Act. The plan may be updated once per year and must be updated at least every seven years. The Planning Commission reviewed and updated the Comprehensive Plan in 2005. The document contains land use goals and policies, as well as the following elements:

  • Land Use

  • Housing

  • Capital Facilities

  • Economic Development

  • Utilities

  • Transportation

  • Parks and Recreation