The City wants eviscerate design review for neighborhood scale projects. Please attend the public hearing and voice your support for keeping design review as an important checks and balances in neighborhood developments.
Monday, September 11, 2017, at 7:00 p.m
SIFF Cinema Uptown, Auditorium 3
511 Queen Anne Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
These documents were released in draft form on May 27, 2016, and the Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) is inviting community feedback before finalizing the drafts and sending them on to the City Council and Mayor for formal adoption.
Director’s Report - This document gives background on the planning process and explains the draft proposal in detail.
Draft rezone map - This map shows where zoning would change under this proposal.
Draft ordinance - Proposed code language contains the technical details about development standards, affordable housing requirements, historic preservation incentives, and other policy issues.
Rezone analysis (Appendix C to the Director’s Report) - This provides a detailed, area-by-area discussion of how the rezone fits the City’s rezone criteria.
Please email comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Dave LaClergue, Office of Planning and Community Development, 700 5th Ave, Suite 1800, Seattle, WA 98124.
Summary of Actions to Take re: U District Upzone Proposal
City Councilmember Lisa Herbold visited the Seattle Neighborhood Coalition on May 14. She explained that the City Council is now beginning to review the Seattle 2035 Comprehensive Plan in various committees.
Contrary to usual practice, she said, the elements of the Comp Plan will be split among committees by topic, rather than being handled exclusively in the Land Use committee. After the initial hearings, amendments will be proposed in the Land Use committee.
Here’s the schedule of committee hearings on the Comp Plan, as provided by Ms. Herbold.
"Over 1500 low cost housing units & small businesses threatened" "City's DPD refuses to even study these impacts"
This coming Wednesday 10AM the Growth Management Hearings Board will be hearing the Seattle Displacement Coalition's appeal of the UDistrict Upzone - a plan to cover the district with 240-320' towers and that threatens over 1500 units of existing low income housing and dozens of small businesses - This Wed 10:00pm May 4th before the State Growth Managements Hearing Board, 40th floor of Seattle Municipal Building 700 5th Ave.
for more information, contact this email or ph: 2066320668 John Fox