Two Director’s Rules, DR 3-2012 and DR 4-2012, are available for public comment until 5:00 p.m. on March 13, 2012. One Director’s Rule, DR 2-2012, went into effect on February 9, 2012.
On December 28 Mayor McGinn signed Ordinance 123790, West Seattle Triangle rezone. This ordinance becomes effective on January 27, 2012.
On December 19, 2011, the Seattle City Council approved new land use standards and maximum building heights for the West Seattle Triangle neighborhood. DPD planners have been working with members of the community since spring 2010 to ensure that new development in the area is transit- and pedestrian-oriented.
DPD has updated CAM 316, Subject-to-Field-Inspection Permits. DPD published draft DR 2-2012/SDOT 4-2012, West Seattle Triangle Streetscape Concept Plan and final DR 1-2012, Implementation of the Fee Subtitle, Building Valuation Data.
The West Seattle Triangle Planning Project has concluded a year-long planning process covering the area near the junctions of Fauntleroy Way SW, SW Alaska Street, and 35th Avenue SW. Over 35 public meetings were held bringing together residents, property owners, business interests and others interested in the future of this gateway to West Seattle. The culmination of this planning process is expected to result in two key outcomes: 1) proposed zoning changes and amendments to the Land Use Code governing development in the Triangle; and 2) a streetscape concept plan that will guide street improvements in the area.
DPD is requesting public comment on zoning and land use recommendations developed in cooperation with local community interests to guide the future physical development of the West Seattle Triangle area. The West Seattle Triangle is strategically located at the entry to the West Seattle peninsula just east of the West Seattle Junction business district. The […]
The public is encouraged to attend an open house on the future of the West Seattle Triangle planning area. Neighborhood stakeholders and planners from the Department of Planning and Development (DPD) have developed draft recommendations to guide how the West Seattle Triangle may evolve in the coming decades. At the open house the public will have an opportunity to view and comment on the draft recommendations, which include a concept for streets and proposed Land Use Code amendments. Comments also may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DPD will host a West Seattle Triangle Open House on Monday, February 7, 2011, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Senior Center of West Seattle, 4217 S.W. Oregon Street.