Neighborhood Plan update community open houses

A rendering of the view down Beacon Avenue with 125-foot zoning. From the DPD website.
A rendering of the view down Beacon Avenue with 125-foot zoning. From the DPD website.
From 1 to 5pm on Sunday, September 27th and also 6 to 8pm on Wednesday, September 30th the City of Seattle is hosting Neighborhood Plan Update Community Open Houses.

These community open houses are another opportunity to take an active role in addressing the local issues and concerns that affect you, your family, and your neighbors. All stakeholders are invited to participate — residents, renters, business owners, property owners, various community organizations and institutions. Please join us for this important community event!

Unlike previous planning updates, these open houses will not be held at El Centro. Instead, they will be at the Asian Counseling and Referral Service, 3639 Martin Luther King Jr Way S.

Amharic, Cantonese, Khmer, Mandarin, Oromiffa, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya, and Vietnamese interpreters will be available to assist attendees.

Please take some time to review the draft plan update for North Beacon Hill at the Seattle DPD website and perhaps prepare some comments or questions to bring up at the open house. The draft plans include alternatives for 40-foot, 65-foot, and 125-foot zoning near the junction at 15th and Beacon Avenue.

See the flyer for the events.

Thanks to Adam Ganz for the early notice about the plans and events.

4 thoughts on “Neighborhood Plan update community open houses”

  1. The ad-hoc Neighborhood Plan Update committee of the NBHC will meet tonight (9/24)at 7:00 in room 307 at El Centro de la Raza to discuss what’s been released by DPD for our neighborhood to consider and respond to at the upcoming meetings at the ACRS Building.
    All are welcome.

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