Join your neighbors at Hales Ales Brewery. Wear green. Talk to city leaders about growth. As a resident living in Crown Hill Urban Village, you have a chance to attend a City-Sponsored Open House on April 27th at Hales Ales Brewery, 4301 Leary Way NW. The City Open House hours
The City is seeking comments by April 20th to replace the Holman Road Pedestrian Overpass with a surface crosswalk and build a Plaza at 13th Ave and 92nd. The Overpass and Plaza project is coordinated with a proposed new North Seattle Greenway that will connect Whitman Middle School to Northgate.
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.
City representatives are canvassing and doorbelling in Crown Hill Urban Village to leave information about HALA and answer questions about the upzone. As your neighbor-driven community group, we encourage you to communicate directly back to the city with your feedback on the draft maps. Not sure how you feel? We
In late 2016, over 200 neighbors attended a series of neighborhood events hosted to gather input on the new draft upzone maps for Crown Hill Urban Village. Community members asked questions, raised concerns and discussed opportunities about the draft upzone maps and changes proposed for our neighborhood. Community Feedback and City
The City is proposing building a new Greenway and modifying the Holman Rd. pedestrian overpass through Crown Hill Urban Village. The Committee for Smart Growth is advocating for pedestrian safety enhancements due to traffic through this business area, poor visibility, and lack of safe separated space for pedestrians to avoid traffic
On a cold day in mid-November, roughly 50 of your neighbors braved the rain to meet with Mayor Murray and City Department leads to walk and talk about opportunities for neighborhood improvements, particularly given the City’s plan for increased density in our community. Though the KIRO TV segment would have people believe
November was a hectic time for neighborhood planning activities. From our CHUV Neighbor-to-Neighbor conversation at the Greenlake Library to the City Council sponsored design workshop to the rescheduled Find it Fix It Walk. Thank you to the nearly two-hundred neighbors who joined participated to discuss zoning, infrastructure and our community’s future.
Updated 2/9/17: The Crown Hill/Whittier Heights FIFI walk outcomes report can be downloaded here. A handout that went to all City Officials and the Mayor about neighborhood needs is here. November 23, 2016: Seattle City Mayor Ed Murray and key City Department Directors joined over fifty Crown Hill and Whittier Heights neighbors on
Nearly fifty neighbors came together Saturday, November 5 at the Greenlake Library for a neighbor-to-neighbor discussion on the City’s draft rezoning maps for Crown Hill Urban Village. A summary of the meeting and questions are available here. The Crown Hill Urban Village (CHUV) Committee for Smart Growth will share these