DPD’s Noise Abatement program is holding a workshop on April 23 to explain the Seattle Noise Code’s effect on mechanical equipment and the associated permitting requirements to Seattle area mechanical contractors.
Join DPD on September 21 for our last community meeting featuring an open house and community action team workshop. At the open house, the community will have an opportunity to review and comment on the draft 23rd Avenue Action Plan to ensure it reflects the shared community vision developed over the past year. There will also be a Community Resource Fair at the open house, where the community will be able to connect with organizations already doing great work in the neighborhood.
Join us for the next 23rd Avenue Action Plan (Union-Cherry-Jackson) Joint Community Workshop & Open House. Saturday, June 29 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Garfield Community Center 2323 E. Cherry Street This workshop and open house will be a combined event featuring two important 23rd Avenue projects: 23rd Avenue Corridor (Street) Improvement Project The 23rd […]
The Washington Association of Landscape Architects is offering a workshop for landscape architects and other design professionals seeking to learn more about green roofs and living walls. The instructor will share a range of precedents that illustrate key strategies and pitfalls to green roof and living walls design. This course is appropriate for those with some exposure to the topics through experience or study.
This March, the communities of Broadview – Bitter Lake – Haller Lake and Rainier Beach will start taking action on priorities for their neighborhoods. Two upcoming workshops will give the communities the chance to celebrate the completion of their neighborhood plan updates and begin the implementation of priorities to achieve the respective communities’ goals.
(Please note corrected workshop location for Broadview-Bitter Lake-Haller Lake: Bitter Lake Community Center, 13035 Linden Avenue.)
DPD and DON, in partnership with Neighborhood Advisory Committees, are holding two community workshops to confirm priorities and define what needs to be done to achieve the community’s goals. This will be the second of four community-wide meetings to update two of Seattle’s neighborhood plans: Broadview – Bitter Lake – Haller Lake Vision 2020 Neighborhood Plan, and the Rainier Beach 2014: A Plan for a Sustainable Future. Neighborhood plans are an important part of Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan. Completed in 1999, these plans are now 12 years old and need to be updated. Community ideas drive the direction of the updates.