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
Baker Park Redesign and Activation Meeting this Saturday The City is hosting a second “open house” at Baker Park at 8347 14th Ave NW this Saturday, August 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. City planners will provide design options for Baker Park and collect votes on which design is preferred.
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
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.
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
UPDATE: The RSVP deadline for this event was November 10th. Thank you. Community participation is needed at a Community Design Workshop that the City Council is hosting to gather feedback on the newly released draft rezoning maps for the upzone and expansion of Crown Hill Urban Village. Renters, home owners, businesses and
On the heels of releasing the full Crown Hill Urban Village Community Survey Report last week, the Committee for Smart Growth met with our City Councilmember Mike O’Brien to discuss the results of the survey and determine next steps to address some of the issues the survey raised. The survey included