We have a really interesting Greenwood Community Council meeting this week – representatives from Crown Hill, Aurora-Licton Springs and Lake City will present on how each of their neighborhoods is engaging with Seattle on how their urban villages should be defined. Each has taken a different approach to engage neighbors and neighborhood groups.
The Urban Village Strategy
What is it and how should we redefine?
The Greenwood Community Council’s monthly meeting will be devoted to the urban village strategy, which forms the backbone of Seattle’s growth plans as outlined in the 2035 Comprehensive Plan. Guest speakers from nearby Lake City, Crown Hill, and Aurora Licton Springs will be present to share their experience engaging their community and developing a vision for potential changes to the zoning, boundaries, livability, infrastructure, and neighborhood planning in the urban village.
Please join us at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19th, at the Greenwood Library, 8016 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103.
7:00 Welcome and introductions
7:10 Committee Reports
7:20 The Urban Village Strategy
- Lake City – Sandy Motzer
- Aurora Licton Springs – Leah Anderson
- Crown Hill – Deborah Jaquith
8:05 Open Question and Answer Session
8:25 Action Items