Roosevelt Neighborhood Comp Plan discussed Jan 17th, City Hall

There is quite a bit of high density development planned throughout the city, so it’s important to get involved at the comprehensive plan stage, if you care about zoning in your neighborhood.

Meeting: Tuesday, January 17th,  6-8pm

Location: Room 370 City Hall (you may have to buzz the security
desk for admission – there is a button at the south end of the entry
on 5th Avenue)

Agenda:

  • 6:00 – 6:30 – Council member Richard Conlin, who will be
    chairing the land use committee (it has a new name –
  • Planning, Land Use and Sustainability) will join us for
    the first 30 minutes to talk about his vision of neighbor-
    hood planning in light of the recent ‘issues’ with the
    Roosevelt neighborhood plan and to discuss our letter
    regarding Comprehensive Plan activities.
  • 6:30 – 7:30 Presentation about the UrbanSim forecast
    model by guest Mark Simonson, with Puget Sound
    regional Council. Click Here
    (background: This is a model which is designed to more accurately reflect development capacity and link it to transportation)
  • 7:30 – 8:00  Discussion: next steps on Comprehensive Plan, future agendas, new business