City Candidates Answer Questions about Growth

City Candidates Answer Questions about Growth

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

Holman Road Overpass Stays

Holman Road Overpass Stays

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

Growth Brings Fresh Ideas for Community

Growth Brings Fresh Ideas for Community

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

Draft EIS Comments Due August 7

Draft EIS Comments Due August 7

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