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
News & Updates Baker Park Redesign Plans Online The City has rolled out three concepts for the Baker Park redesign –activating the park with children’s playground areas and a fitness center. According to their survey, 31 people have voted, with Option A the clear winner to-date. Have a favorite of
Baker Park Redesign and Activation Meeting this Saturday The City is hosting a second “open house” at Baker Park at 8347 14th Ave NW this Saturday, August 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. City planners will provide design options for Baker Park and collect votes on which design is preferred.
Growth Sparks New Crown Hill Market As the Parla Apartment building went up across the Crown Hill Center, Karin LaBelle got an idea. Growth was coming to Crown Hill. Could more people translate into more community cohesiveness? She and her husband had been selling their Crown Hill Honey at the
The deadline for public comment on the draft Environmental Impact Statement for Crown Hill Urban Village is tomorrow. Neighbors can view and download both our Committee’s full comments and a handy summary of the key points in case you also wish to comment with the City and could use some tips.
Several weeks ago, the City released their draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed density increases and upzones in Seattle’s urban villages. The EIS is necessary to comply with state law. The EIS looks at a variety of factors in considering the environmental impacts of zoning changes proposed to implement
On Wednesday, July 19 SDOT and Councilmember Mike O’Brien are hosting a public meeting on the proposal for the removal of Crown Hill’s pedestrian overpass (next to Dick’s) on Holman Road. The overpass removal is part of a Neighborhood Street Fund project to add a new pedestrian street level crossing
Have you voted yet? Please Vote online for Pedestrian Improvement Funds for our neighborhood by this Friday, June 30th. 1) Go online to the City’s voting website here.2) To vote online the city asks for your mobile phone number. They will send a verification code, which can be entered in on the next
The City recently released their draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for proposed density in Seattle’s urban villages. The EIS is necessary to comply with state law. The document looks at a variety of factors in considering the environmental impacts of zoning changes proposed to implement the new affordable housing requirement
We have until June 30 to make sure our community gets important pedestrian safety resources. So, let’s bring some money for street improvements to our neighborhood. The City has set up a new program that lets neighbors vote on up to three street improvement projects that will be funded and