Did you know the City is proposing to rezone our neighborhood to allow developers to replace single-family homes with multifamily lowrise buildings?
Survey Results Are In!
575 neighbors responded to the Crown Hill Urban Village online survey, and over 500 comments were collected. Survey results show an overwhelming community interest in planning before rezoning a large swath of single-family homes in one of the largest expansion areas in the City.
The Crown Hill Urban Village Committee for Smart Growth includes neighbors like YOU
- The Crown Hill Neighborhood Association
- The Crown Hill Business Association
- Greenwood Community Council
- The Olympic Manor Community Club
- The Whittier Heights Community Council
- Expedite developing a neighborhood plan for Crown Hill Urban Village before rezoning.
- Incentivize density along arterials.
- Limit UPzoning in single-family areas.
- Prioritize infrastructure upgrades (sidewalks, transit, schools, parks, utilities) before increasing density.
- Encourage commercial spaces to be built and leased to support small, locally-owned businesses.
- What is the Crown Hill Urban Village (CHUV) and proposed expansion area?
- What is HALA and Seattle 2035?
- What changes are proposed under the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) and Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan (Seattle 2035)?
- How would Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) and Seattle 2035 as currently proposed impact my property and neighborhood?
How can you help?
Sign up, stay informed, become a neighborhood ambassador, volunteer, join the Crown Hill Neighborhood Association, spread the word, write a letter...
Latest News & Alerts, and Upcoming Events:
… and taking public comments on potential impacts of upzoning and adding density and growth to our community. Free Ice Cream: Staff from the City will take comments on the potential impacts of adding density and growth in Crown Hill Urban Village this Saturday, August 27th during Seattle Summer Parkways
On the heels of releasing the full Crown Hill Urban Village Community Survey Report last week, the Committee for Smart Growth met with our City Councilmember Mike O’Brien to discuss the results of the survey and determine next steps to address some of the issues the survey raised. The survey included