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Tandem Parking. Tandem parking is two parking stalls that are arranged lengthwise, end-to-nose, where both parking stalls use the same drive-aisle to access the two spaces, not including parallel parking.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Technical Committee. See RMC Chapter 4.50, Technical Committee. (Ord. 2687)

Effective on: 5/18/2013

Technical, Trade, and Specialty Schools. Schools that offer vocational and technical training in a variety of technical subjects and trades and that may lead to job-specific certification. This definition includes beauty schools, business management schools, computer training schools, driving education schools, fine arts and performance arts schools, flight training schools, and sports and recreation schools.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Telework Center. See Administrative Services.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Temporary Encampment. A group of persons temporarily residing out of doors for other than recreational purposes with services provided by a temporary encampment sponsor and supervised by a temporary encampment managing organization.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Temporary Encampment Managing Organization. An organization that has the capacity to organize and manage a temporary encampment. A “managing agency” may be the same entity as the temporary encampment sponsor.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Temporary Encampment Sponsor. A local group or organization that has an agreement with the temporary encampment managing organization to provide basic services and support for the residents of a temporary encampment and liaison with the surrounding community and joins with the managing agency in an application for a temporary use permit. A “sponsor” may be the same entity as the managing organization.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Temporary Sign. Any sign, banner, pennant, or advertising display intended to be displayed for a limited time period. Easily removed signs attached to windows are considered temporary signs.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Temporary Use. A specific use that is allowed for a limited duration and/or frequency through the approval of a Temporary Use Permit.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Temporary Wireless Communication Facility. Facilities that are composed of antennas and a mast mounted on a truck (also known as a cell on wheels, or “COW”), antennas mounted on sleds or rooftops, or ballast mount temporary poles. These facilities are for a limited period of time, are not deployed in a permanent manner, and do not have a permanent foundation. These facilities are typically used for large-scale events, or to provide wireless coverage in the event an existing permanent WCF is removed to allow for construction activity at the underlying site. (Ord. 2919)

Effective on: 4/14/2018

THC Concentration. The percent of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol content per dry weight of any part of the plant cannabis, or per volume or weight of marijuana product. (Ord. 2744)

Effective on: 6/28/2014

Third Party Sign. A sign identifying an enterprise and includes a sponsoring advertisement, such as Coca Cola® or 7-Up®.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Three Tier Vegetative Plan. A landscape plan prepared or approved by a certified landscape architect, certified nurseryman, or certified landscaper that includes groundcover, understory plantings, and trees.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Time-of-Travel Zone. The delineated area within which groundwater moves towards, and eventually reaches, a water supply well within a given period of time.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Tower. An Antenna Support Structure. (Ord. 2919)

Effective on: 4/14/2018

Towing operators and auto impoundment yards. Establishments that tow or impound motor vehicles. These establishments may provide incidental services, such as storage and emergency road repair services. (Ord. 2709)

Effective on: 10/26/2013

Traditional Cultural Property. A property associated with cultural practices, beliefs, the sense of purpose, or existence of a living community that is rooted in that community’s history or is important in maintaining its cultural identity and development as an ethnically distinctive people. Traditional cultural properties are ethnographic resources eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places and include, for example, locations associated with the traditional beliefs of a Native American group about its origins, its cultural history, or the nature of the world (National Register Bulletin 38: Guidelines for Evaluating and Documenting Traditional Cultural Properties) and gathering or fishing areas. (Ord. 2982)

Effective on: 1/2/2020

Traffic Mitigation Plan. A plan that addresses traffic control, parking management, and traffic movement to and from the arterial street system and that, when required, helps mitigate traffic impacts in residential zones.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Traffic Signal Pole. A Utility Pole that supports equipment used for controlling traffic including but not limited to traffic lights, rapid flashing beacons, speed radar, school zones flasher, etc. (Ord. 2919)

Effective on: 4/14/2018

Transfer of Development Rights. The removal of the right to develop or build, expressed in dwelling units per acre or floor area, from property in one zoning district to property in another zoning district where such transfer is permitted.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Extinguishment Document. A document which shows that a TDR from a property in the sending area has been used on a specific property in a receiving area that TDR is no longer available to be transferred. This could take the form of a deed of transfer or the recording of a final plat. See RZC 21.48, Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Program.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transferable Development Right. A right to develop or build that is severed from other property rights and can be redeemed in certain parts of Redmond in accordance with RZC 21.48, Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) Program.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transitional Housing. Transitional housing has the same meaning as RCW 84.36.043, “Transitional housing,” and as thereafter amended. (Ord. 3074)

Effective on: 2/12/2022

Transitional Uses. Uses allowed in Overlake Village Zones 1, 2, 3, and 5 during a transitional period in which properties in the zones are expected to redevelop from their existing uses to uses that meet the vision for Overlake Village established in the Redmond Comprehensive Plan.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transmission Equipment. Equipment that facilitates transmission for any FCC-licensed or authorized wireless communication service, including, but not limited to, radio transceivers, antennas, coaxial or fiber-optic cable, and regular and backup power supply. The term includes equipment associated with wireless communications services including, but not limited to, private, broadcast, and public safety services, as well as unlicensed wireless services and fixed wireless services such as microwave backhaul. (Ord. 2919)

Effective on: 4/14/2018

Transportation. The various travel modes as discussed in the Transportation Element of the Redmond Comprehensive Plan.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transportation - Certificate of Concurrency Request. A form prepared by the Administrator which contains questions concerning the nature of a development, including a description, location, use, intensity, and trip generation characteristics. The questions on this form are to be answered by a development applicant and submitted to the City as part of a complete application for a development permit.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transportation Demand Management (TDM). Public and/or private programs designed to reduce the demand and that are ongoing substitutes for additional motor vehicle traffic lanes and traffic signals. These public and/or private programs include, but are not limited to, transit, bicycling and ridesharing incentives, flexible working hours, parking management, and supporting pedestrian enhancements to decrease single occupancy vehicle trips.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transportation Facilities Plan (TFP). The long-range plan identifying transportation facilities, programs, projects and services that are necessary to provide for the mobility of people and goods from new development allowed by the Redmond Comprehensive Plan and the Redmond Zoning Code. The planning horizon of the TFP typically ranges between 12 to 20 years. (Ord. 2803)

Effective on: 10/17/2015

Transportation Impact Fee. See Impact Fee – Transportation.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transportation Improvement. See Improvement, Transportation.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Transportation Improvement Program is a six-year program of transportation capital facilities, programs, projects, and services intended to serve the current and future needs of those who live and work in Redmond. The TIP is a six-year planning document that is focused exclusively on transportation revenue and expenditures from the City and from other sources for both funded and unfunded transportation improvements.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Transportation Level-of-Service (LOS) Standard. See Level-of-Service (LOS), Transportation.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services. The provision of services, such as promoting or selling travel, tour, or accommodation services, including but not limited to, maps and information, locating convention sites, arranging reservations, and organizing group tours.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Travel Demand. Trips generated by a land use.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Tree. A self-supporting woody plant characterized by one main trunk or, for certain species, multiple trunks, with a potential at maturity for a trunk diameter of two inches and potential minimum height of 10 feet.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Tree, Stand. A group of three or more trees of any size or species, whose drip lines touch.

Effective on: 4/16/2011

Truck and Freight Transportation Services. The provision of over-the-road transportation of cargo using motor vehicles, such as trucks and tractor trailers.

Effective on: 4/16/2011