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Volunteers Needed to Advise on Development Plans for Seattle University

Seattle UniversityHere’s your chance to serve on a committee that advises on the development plans of Seattle University. Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking interested persons from the neighborhood to serve.

The Seattle University Standing Advisory Committee meets to:

Review an annual report from Seattle University on its development;

Review and comment on progress under its transportation management plan;

Review requests for amendments to Seattle University’s master plan, and make recommendations for next steps;

Provide comments on projects under development.

The committee meets at least annually and up to four times per year at Seattle University. The days and times are determined with the representatives. Members of the Committee should possess expertise or experience in such areas as: neighborhood organization and issues; land use and zoning; architecture or landscape architecture; economic development; building development; or educational services. It is composed of 12 representatives, including a representative from Seattle University, from the following groups:

  1. A representative of an area community group or council.
  2. A resident who is within 600 feet of the campus boundary.
  3. A neighborhood resident defined as resident within the boundaries of the adjacent community council areas of Squire Park, First Hill, Pike/Pine, Capitol Hill and Spruce Park.
  4. A property owner.
  5. A business person.
  6. A consumer group using the services of the institution.
  7. A person participating in neighborhood planning.
  8. A general community or citywide representative.

If you are interested in serving on this committee, send a letter of interest by either e-mail or regular mail by August 19, 2015 to: E-mail:

Mailing Address: Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
P.O. Box 94649
Seattle, WA 98124-4649 


For more information call Maureen Sheehan, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods at 206-684-0302.