Did you know the City is proposing to rezone our neighborhood to allow developers to replace single-family homes with multifamily lowrise buildings?
Meet our new community organization - Crown Hill Village
Crown Hill Village Association (CHV) formed when our former neighborhood association (Crown Hill Neighbors) joined forces with Crown Hill Business Association. In addition to connecting neighbors and businesses, CHV is now the primary neighborhood organization following building and development in the community. Go to their website to learn more and subscribe for neighborhood updates.
Crown Hill Urban Village Community Planning
Join your neighbors as we work together to create a vibrant neighborhood in the future
CHUV Rezone Map
Final Passed by the Seattle City Council 03/18/2019
Click on the map to view, download, or print.
Who We Are The Crown Hill Urban Village Committee for Smart Growth was formed in 2016 in response to the City’s plan to upzone Crown Hill Urban Village as part of the Mandatory Housing Affordability policy. The Committee includes neighborhood organizations including Crown Hill Village (formerly Crown
- Planning and design guidelines to support smart growth in our community.
- Investments in Infrastructure to accommodate growth.
- Creation of vibrant commercial spaces and business district
Updated January 3, 2019: The City Council is making decisions NOW on growth and the future zoning of our neighborhood. Neighbors are encouraged to follow the City Council proceedings, communicate with Councilmembers directly with concerns or suggestions, and attend a public hearing currently scheduled for February 21st at 5:00 pm
Latest News & Alerts, and Upcoming Events:
Join your neighbors for two events at the end of June. Sunday June 23rd there will be a community planning workshop to help shape policies and future investments in our neighborhood. Thursday, June 27th will kick off a series of summer parties in the Heart of Crown Hill: the Holman Grove Street Festival. Learn more about these events.
Would you like to add art on the Holman Bridge? How about creating a neighborhood gathering space at 90th and Mary with a street market, painted streets, seating or games? Or maybe create a walking loop around CHUV to make it easier to walk around our neighborhood? City-led Community Planning