Join neighbors and city representatives at an open house from 6-8 p.m., Thursday at the Phinney Center for our Neighborhood Status Report Update.
We are talking about how the City will invest in neighborhoods over the next few years as growth occurs. These investments may come in the form of transportation, sidewalks, parks, bike paths, housing and human services, and deal with public safety, urban health and vitality among many other issues. This is a chance to help influence those choices down the road. We would love to hear from you whether you are unfamiliar with a neighborhood plan or you have devoted countless hours to the development and implementation of your plan. Come learn about the neighborhood plans and how they are achieving goals sought by your community and the City. Let us know how you and your community view growth and change in Seattle.
More meetings are planned for October when the draft Status Reports for many neighborhood planning areas will be approaching their final form. If you can’t make it, you can check out the virtual online meeting.