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 in Council Chambers.

The City Council has a Select Committee on Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA).  This Select Committee comprises all members of the Seattle City Council.  It is considering amendments and discussing the zoning maps and accompanying legislation in January and February, with votes scheduled in February and March of 2019.

Find committee agendas, the calendar for committee discussion, a public hearing and votes and sign up for the Council MHA committee email updates  to stay informed here.   All council proceedings can be watched live online or be viewed as a recording.

Scheduled Dates for the Committee on MHA discussion and vote on MHA and Upzones (current Jan 3 – subject to change)

Monday, January 7, 2019 10:30am or after Council Briefing Committee Discussion: Agenda 1: OPCD presentation on outcome of additional environmental analysis on historic resources 2: Central Staff Issue ID

Monday, January 14, 2019 2:30pm or after City Council Committee Discussion: D4, D5 & D6 amendments (This is when CHUV Amendments will be presented and discussed)

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 9:30am Committee Discussion: D1, D2, D3 & D7 amendments

Friday, February 8, 2019 9:30am Committee Discussion: follow-up on amendments discussed to date

Thursday, February 21, 2019 5:30pm PUBLIC HEARING

Monday, February 25, 2019 2:30pm or after City Council Committee Discussion: Final Amendments / Committee Vote

Monday, March 18th 2:00 pm Final Vote of the full City Council

All neighbors can contact City Officials or go to City Hall and make public comments at a Council public hearing, meeting or event.  The address at City Hall is 600 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104.  Please check the official schedule of the committee to make sure there have not been changes to the schedule before going to a meeting.  General Tips for commenting at a council meeting and the Committee’s general Recommendations for Smart Growth may be helpful.

Mayor Jenny Durkan
 (206) 684-4000
Read Mayor Durkan’s comments about growth in CHUV in the candidate questionnaire.
Councilmember Mike O’Brien  

6th District

206-684-8800

mike.obrien@seattle.gov

Mike O’Brien represents CHUV Vice-Chair, Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee; Chair, Sustainability and Transportation Committee
Councilmember

Rob Johnson 

206-684-8808

rob.johnson@seattle.gov

Chair – Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee 
Councilmember 

Lisa Herbold

206-684-8803

lisa.herbold@seattle.gov

Member – Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee Affordable Housing 
Councilmember 

Lorena Gonzalez

206-684-8802

lorena.gonzalez@seattle.gov

At-Large Representative; Member – Planning Land Use and Zoning Committee

Read her comments about growth in CHUV in the candidate questionnaire.

Councilmember 

Teresa Mosqueda

206-684-8806

teresa.mosqueda@seattle.gov

At-Large Representative 

Read her comments about growth in CHUV in the candidate questionnaire.

Councilmember

Bruce Harrell

206-684-8804

bruce.harrell@seattle.gov

City Council Member
Councilmember

Kshama Sawant

206-684-8016

kshama.sawant@seattle.gov

City Council Member
Councilmember

Debora Juarez

206-684-8805

debora.juarez@seattle.gov

City Council Member
Councilmember

Sally Bagshaw

206-684-8801

sally.bagshaw@seattle.gov

City Council Member