Nov 8, 2009

Neighborhood Plan Status "Checks"

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Below is the City's official attempt to interest you in Tuesday's Neighborhood Plan meeting.
For a much more palatable invitation, try the version from the chair of the Capitol Hill Community Council.  
Status Check – Seattle Citizens Assess Their Neighborhood Plans
There are now TWO more options to participate.  Join us at the November 10th meeting (see below) , or complete an on-line questionnaire.

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For More Information about these meetings contact David Goldberg: or (206) 615-1447 

During June and July, many neighbors joined in meetings and many other hundreds participated in on line questionnaires to review the Draft Neighborhood Status Reports and comment on changes— good, bad, and unexpected —that have occurred since Seattle’s Neighborhood Plans were written in the late 90's.  We explored growth, transportation, housing, economic development, utilities, neighborhood character, open space and parks, public services, public safety.  The Planning Commission’s reports on comments can be reviewed at

The Neighborhood Plan Advisory Committee (NPAC) and the Seattle Planning Commission want to report back to you on the trends that emerged so far and to get your help to identify the continuing priorities and new issues that should be emphasized in the final Status Reports and a State of the Neighborhood Report that will be presented to the City Council and Mayor.  These reports will contribute to policy decisions including decisions about whether or how to updates neighborhood plans.  Your input will also be important as NPAC shapes its recommendations on conducting, prioritizing and funding updates to the neighborhood plans listed below.

 6-8 pm,Tuesday, November 10th Seattle Central Community College, 1701 Broadway – Room BE 1110/11
 Areas to be discussed: Queen Anne / Uptown, Belltown, Pike/Pine, First Hill, Eastlake, Capitol Hill, Central Area

Hosts: Neighborhood Plan Advisory Committee and the Seattle Planning Commission

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