Assess unique and prominent features
Some sites merit special attention because of how they relate to features that make Bainbridge Island distinct and memorable. These include a variety of natural and human-made features including views and vistas, bluffs, shorelines, bodies of water, historic buildings and working farms. The design review process will focus on minimizing impact on the visibility or character of these valued features as experienced from the public realm.
views and view corridors, significant trees, forested areas, outcroppings, waterfront, and beaches
civic or publicly significant buildings or structures, working farms, harbors, and marinas
past human activity, historic sites, and buildings