The Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE) is conducting stakeholder and community engagement on creating draft legislation for new City of Seattle regulations for commercial and multifamily buildings. The draft legislation would apply to commercial and multifamily buildings 20,000 square feet and larger and would reduce climate-polluting emissions and transition towards cleaner, healthier places to live and work. Called ‘Building Performance Standards,’ these carbon emissions targets would become gradually stronger over time towards a goal of cleaner, healthier, ‘net-zero’ carbon emissions buildings by 2050.
West Seattle: Let’s talk
The City of Seattle will host an event to provide information on current programs and proposals related to a growing city. The event will feature open house-style information to allow dialogue and education around major policy efforts in Seattle. Neighbors can speak with City staff from the Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle’s Department of Transportation and the Department of Planning and Development. We are exploring a proactive and conversational model of community engagement to hear directly from the community and share ideas. This is the first of several discussions we’ll have throughout Seattle.
Community Workshop for 23rd Avenue Action Plan (Union-Cherry-Jackson)
Turn your passion into action at the 23rd Avenue Action Plan Community Workshop and Resource Fair! Community Workshop and Resource Fair Garfield Community Center (2323 E. Cherry Street) Saturday, April 13, 2013 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Resource Fair 9-9:30 a.m. Social 1/2 Hour and Continental Breakfast 9:30 a.m. to […]
Meeting on 23rd Avenue Action Plan
Things are happening. The beating hearts of the Central Area along 23rd Avenue—at Union, Cherry and Jackson—are where people gather, shop, work, go to school, worship and live … and they are changing. This great neighborhood is full of history, character, shops, organizations, schools and most importantly a community of people from a diversity of backgrounds. It is time to come together to identify key priorities for these three community cores—to honor its history and shape its future.