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A. A boundary line revision is a mechanism by which the city may approve the alteration of boundary lines between subdivided or unsubdivided lots or both, where such a revision does not create any additional lot, tract, parcel, site, or division nor create lots which are nonconforming or more nonconforming than exists.

B. The zoning administrator may approve an application for a boundary line revision, provided the following criteria are met:

1. The proposed revision shall meet the exemption requirements provided in RCW 58.17.040(6);

2. The boundary line revision shall not result in the creation of any additional tract, lot, parcel, site or division;

3. The property being transferred within the boundary line revision shall be combined with the benefiting parcel and shall not be a separate parcel, which could be mistaken as a separate and distinct, conveyable tract without proper research;

4. The lots, tracts, or parcels resulting after the boundary line revision shall meet all dimensional requirements specified for the applicable zone as outlined in this title;

5. All lots modified by the boundary line revision procedures shall have legal access meeting the standards of the city of Monroe;

6. The boundary line revision shall not violate an applicable requirement or condition of a previous land use action, subdivision, short subdivision or binding site plan;

7. All boundary line revisions shall be recorded surveys consistent with the requirements of Chapter 58.09 RCW and Chapter 332-130 WAC. All lot lines being adjusted shall be surveyed, and newly established lot corners shall be staked. (Ord. 005/2019 § 10 (Exh. B))