Did you know the City is proposing to rezone our neighborhood to allow developers to replace single-family homes with multifamily lowrise buildings?
Find Draft Zoning Maps and Information Here.
View and download the draft zoning maps, a before and after comparison, housing descriptions and a summary of neighbor feedback and questions.
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.
- 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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Seattle City Mayor Ed Murray and key City Department Directors joined over fifty Crown Hill and Whittier Heights neighbors on Saturday, November 19, for a city-sponsored Find it Fix it Walk. Residents had the opportunity to share their concerns about issues including growth in the Crown Hill Urban Village area,
This post has been updated with information about a $5000 community project grant available for Crown Hill/Whittier Heights. The Mayor and key City Department Directors will be in Crown Hill and Whittier Heights on Saturday, November 19 from 10:30 to 12:30 for a city-sponsored Find it Fix it Walk. During these walks, neighbors will