Planning and Development Services
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Skagit County's Six-Year Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) is a technical extension of Chapter 10 Capital Facilities and Essential Public Facilities of the Skagit County Comprehensive Plan required by Washington's Growth Management Act (GMA). The CFP contains an inventory of existing County and non-County capital facilities, a forecast of future needs and projects, a six-year financing plan, and a listing of reference documents. The CFP is periodically updated concurrent with the annual County budget process. Capital facilities as a general definition are public structures, improvements, and major assets, including land, that have a useful life of at least 10 years.