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Public meeting scheduled to discuss zoning modification at Roosevelt High School

The public is invited to discuss the development plans for Roosevelt High School located at 1410 NE 66th St. The meeting will be held on Thursday, May 2, at 6 p.m. in the school library. The Seattle School District is requesting a modification (also known as a “departure”) from a… [ Keep reading ]

Your Voice, Your Choice project development meetings begin in May

Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets project development meetings will begin in May, 2019. A full meeting schedule will be posted in mid-April. At these meetings, participants will be responsible for evaluating the project ideas that are submitted and give each project numerical ratings. Participation is open to all… [ Keep reading ]

Update: Your Voice, Your Choice Project Development delayed until May

Updated April 1, 2019 Project Development for this year’s round of Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets has been slightly delayed and will now take place May. This change will allow more time for Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Parks and Recreation to conduct quality reviews of the… [ Keep reading ]

Help review and score ideas for park and street improvements

Updated March 15, 2019 You are invited to review the park and street improvement ideas submitted by the public for Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets. Get involved by attending one or more of the project development meetings throughout the city. Participants will be responsible for evaluating the project… [ Keep reading ]

Help decide how to spend $2 million on park and street improvements in Seattle

You’ve got ideas & we want to hear them! Idea collection is officially open for the 2019Your Voice, Your Choice (YVYC): Parks & Streets program. From now to February 22, you can submit your project ideas online or in-person at any Seattle Public Library branch. Project ideas can include park… [ Keep reading ]

Community volunteers needed to advise on zoning modification to Roosevelt High School

Here’s your chance to serve on an advisory committee that will recommend whether to grant a modification to a City zoning regulation affecting Roosevelt High School. The Seattle School District is requesting to provide less than required on-site parking in order to retain existing classroom portables. The committee will convene… [ Keep reading ]

Your Voice, Your Choice 2019: Submit your ideas for park and street improvements

Help decide how to spend $2 million on park and street improvements in Seattle                   Submit ideas beginning January 28 thru February 22 Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is again engaging community members to democratically decide how to spend $2 million of the… [ Keep reading ]

Volunteers needed to advise on development plans for Seattle Central College

Here’s your chance to advise the City on development plans of Seattle Central College on Capitol Hill. Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking interested community members from surrounding neighborhoods to participate on the Seattle Central College Standing Advisory Committee (SAC). This committee provides feedback on projects planned and under development… [ Keep reading ]

Collaboration in Action on First Hill

What does an alley near a hospital and the redesign of a public park have in common? The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods! A few years ago, Swedish Medical Center First Hill was interested in redeveloping its campus. Owing to the impact that hospitals, universities, and colleges have on surrounding neighborhoods,… [ Keep reading ]

Standing Advisory Committee of the Kaiser Permanente – Capitol Hill Campus to meet monthly

The Standing Advisory Committee for Kaiser Permanente will begin regular meetings on the 2nd Monday of each month beginning December 10. The meetings will be held at Kaiser Permanente – Capitol Hill Campus, 500 17th Ave, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The Standing Advisory Committee’s role is to provide feedback to… [ Keep reading ]