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
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
Crown Hill Urban Village (CHUV) neighbors have an opportunity to advocate for the type of growth we want for our community at a City Sponsored Open House on April 27th from at the Palladium at Hales Ales from 6pm to 8pm.
Please stop by to meet your neighbors and share collective wisdom about the planned zoning changes and infrastructure before heading into the City’s Open House.
Our Committee has reserved a drop-in table for CHUV neighbors in the Gallery at Hale’s Ale pub from 5-7 pm on the 27th. We will have stickers for Crown Hill Urban Village so our neighborhood is visible. We will also provide some handouts with suggested key points for smart growth in CHUV as we are re-zoned for growth.