Did you know the City is proposing to rezone our neighborhood to allow developers to replace single-family homes with multifamily lowrise buildings?
City Candidates Answer Questions about Growth
Community planning. Infrastructure investments to support growth. Displacement. Learn how candidates for Mayor and City Council will work for smarter growth as CHUV is upzoned.
Find Draft Zoning Maps and Neighborhood Feedback Here
View and download the draft zoning maps, summaries of neighbor feedback, a before and after comparison, housing descriptions and City reports on community comments.
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
- Planning and design guidelines to support smart growth in our community.
- Investments in Infrastructure to accommodate growth.
- Creation of vibrant commercial spaces and business district
- NEW: Answers from the City to Community Questions
- Why is the City rezoning and expanding boundaries for Urban Villages
- Are the draft maps really drafts?
- How would this rezone as currently proposed impact my property and neighborhood?
- What specifically has changed in the new draft zoning maps?
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How will candidates support SMART growth in CHUV? We asked candidates for Seattle Mayor and City Council Positions 8 and 9 five questions about growth and density planned in Crown Hill Urban Village. View or download their responses HERE. Questions centered around the candidate’s positions on neighborhood planning in communities
The Seattle Department of Transportation confirmed they will leave the Holman Road pedestrian overpass in place. This is a direct response to neighborhood concerns. This change in plans occurred after neighbors organized a petition and expressed a strong preference to keep the overpass. Councilmember Mike O’Brien convened a community meeting in