Engaging with City Planning Efforts: a Conversation with the City Neighborhood Council’s Neighborhood Planning and Land Use Committee
(or: What’s happening to Seattle and how do I get involved?!?!)
Keeping update-to-date and engaged in a timely manner with City planning and legislative actions is a challenge.
This month’s SNC meeting will be an open discussion of the various city planning initiatives (focusing on HALA and Seattle 2035), their schedules, and what various actions are underway (or are needed) to respond to these. Our discussion will be led by the Co-chairs of the City Neighborhood Council’s Neighborhood Planning and Land Use Committee, Cindi Barker and Irene Wall. This committee meets monthly, has participants from around the city, and reviews and comments on land use and code changes and city planning efforts. Cindi was a member of the HALA Committee, and Irene has been active in neighborhood planning, zoning and land use issues for nearly two decades as a citizen activist.
This will be an important conversation about what lays ahead in 2016 for the city and our neighborhoods, and what you need to know to be an effective participant in the City’s on-going efforts to address our rapid growth.
Please join us on Saturday, January 9 at 9am for what should prove to be a informative and lively discussion.