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Help Shape 2035’s Seattle & the City’s Plan for Growth

Planning Alternatives Are Here! Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development writes:

On Monday, March 24, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM we will be hosting our EIS Scoping Meeting and Open House at City Hall to discuss ways to plan for the growth expected in Seattle over the next 20 years. We will be presenting and taking comments on three planning alternatives for leveraging growth. Staff from the Department of Planning and Development and our consultant, Studio 3MW, will present on the alternatives and the EIS Scoping process.

Our goal for the night is to not just share what we think, but to listen to your comments and learn about your priorities. Take a look at the three planning alternatives and come to City Hall on Monday to help us plan our city. …

Planning Alternatives There are three planning alternatives being considered for the Environmental Impact Study (EIS). Learn what they are and what they each mean for how the city will grow. Explore the growth alternatives here http://www.seattle.gov/DPD/cs/groups/pan/@pan/documents/web_informational/p2131352.pdf

Housing in Seattle The largest demographic in our urban centers are young, single adults who are renting one and two bedroom apartments. As this demographic grows older and start their families, where will they live? What can we do to keep families in dense urban centers?

Join the Discussion Our guiding principles help direct how we shape the Plan to reach our goals. How we achieve these goals is an open discussion. Tell us what you think is the best way to grow Seattle by commenting on our site. http://www.seattle.gov/DPD/cityplanning/completeprojectslist/comprehensiveplan/getinvolved/default.htm

Patrice.carroll@seattle.gov
206.684.0946
Senior Planner
More Info 2035.seattle.gov

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