What can I expect from this Open House?
You can check out all the information and talk with City staff, as well as with your neighbors. City staff will be available to talk one-on-one. They can also take your comments.
Specific to southeast neighborhoods, this Open House will present proposed changes to Southeast Urban Villages. Urban Village maps will be shared for Columbia City, North Beacon Hill, North Rainier, Othello, and Rainier Beach. Interested to know what MHA zoning changes are proposed for your address? Enter your address in the map
to find out.
You can also learn more about
from the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission, about
plans from the Office of Planning & Community Development, about
from the Department of Construction & Inspections, and about
Trees for Seattle
from the Office of Sustainability & Environment. Learn about
Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets
from the Department of Neighborhoods, who will be collecting your ideas for small-scale improvement in parks or streets throughout the month of February 2017.
What will be done with the comments collected?
As a whole, all collected comments will help shape and change policy and programs.
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
. 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, if you don’t get someone just leave a message and they will get back to you.) Anyone can join the online conversation at