April 27 MHA Proposed Zoning Change Meeting Re: Greenwood/Phinney, Bitter Lake, Aurora/Licton Springs, Ballard, Crown Hill, NE 130th

posted Apr 27, 2017, 8:42 AM by PRCC Webmaster   [ updated Apr 27, 2017, 3:28 PM ]
Location Hale's Ales Brewery (All Ages)
4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle, WA 98107
Thursday April 27, 2017
6:30 p.m.
Event typeCommunity Open House
Building Name / Room Number / Site The Palladium
Event Description City of Seattle staff will have maps and other information regarding proposed zoning changes to create more affordable housing.

Proposed MHA zoning changes that we will focus on are: Bitter Lake, Aurora/Licton Springs, Ballard, Crown Hill, NE 130th, Greenwood/Phinney

Projects and City departments planning on attending are: Age Friendly Seattle (HSD), Design Review (SDCI), Ship Canal Water Quality (SPU), Open Space Plan (OPCD), Democracy Vouchers (EE), Neighborhoods Streets and Greenways Projects (SDOT); Mandatory Housing Affordability (OPCD/OH)



Talk to us at citywide 
Spring Open Houses 

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, in collaboration with the Seattle Office of Housing, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Seattle Office of Planning & Community Development, Seattle Department of Transportation, and others are hosting community Open Houses across the city. Everyone interested in making a more affordable, livable Seattle for all are invited to come, learn, and join in conversation with your neighbors and City staff.
What can I expect from these Open Houses?
You can check out all the information, talk with City staff and your neighbors. City staff will be available to talk one-on-one and can also take your comments. All meetings will have maps of urban villages if you would like to talk about proposed zoning changes. Click on the calendar links to the right to see which departments will be attending each meeting. 

What will be done with the comments collected?
Currently we are hearing questions and taking comments about Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) proposed changes to neighborhood zoning. Public comment ends on June 30 after which City staff will review collected feedback and make adjustments to draft maps. We hope to provide summaries of your feedback over the course of the summer and into fall. 

What if I can’t attend but I want to give comment on these projects?
There are several ways to comment, so choose what works best for you. You can send us an email at HALAinfo@seattle.gov. If you would prefer to talk to someone, you can call the HALA Hotline: (206) 743-6612. (Note: the hotline is staffed M-F from 9am to 5pm, and has voicemail if you call during other times.) Anyone can join the online conversation about HALA at https://hala.consider.it/. If you have a question and are not sure who to ask, call the Customer Service Bureau 206-684-2489 (CITY) voice or (TTY) 7-1-1
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