Four agencies from the City of Seattle present a workshop on visioning an equitable city.
Seeking feedback during May 7 open house In response to ongoing development, the community’s desire to retain Ballard’s character, and Sound Transit’s planning for light rail to Ballard, Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) and Department of Transportation (SDOT) are working with neighborhood groups and non-profits, organized as the Ballard Partnership for Smart Growth. […]
We reviewed the first 10 projects to go through Streamlined Design Review (SDR). Find links to the report with the Committee agenda here: bit.ly/124am08
Mayor Mike McGinn is looking for one landscape architect and one urban planner to serve on the Seattle Design Commission.
Thank you to everyone who attended the July 12 event to see the conceptual design and implementation recommendations. Your ideas, questions and enthusiasm will continue to shape the design going forward.
On July 12 we’ll celebrate a new milestone in our waterfront’s history. Thanks to the efforts of many people, the waterfront conceptual design has come into focus. Bring friends and family to see what’s next for our great waterfront and how our community will make it happen. Be part of the conversation and see what’s next for our waterfront.
Thank you Seattle, for helping kick-off the process to redesign our Waterfront! Were you one of the 960+ people who attended the Waterfront Seattle kick-off?
Last night over 1,200 members of the community attended the Central Waterfront Presentations at Benaroya Hall. City project staff would like to extend a deep thanks to the many who attended or viewed the event via Seattle Channel live-streaming.
The City’s design guidelines, entitled Design Review: Guidelines for Multifamily and Commercial Buildings, have been the cornerstone of the Design Review Program since 1994. In 2008 DPD initiated a process to update the 16-year-old citywide guidelines, and is now releasing a first draft for public review.