Public Workshop 1: Tuesday, April 22nd, 7-9 PM
Messiah Lutheran, Fellowship Hall
The 35th Ave Committee, a citizen group comprised of residents from Wedgwood, Ravenna-Bryant, and View Ridge have received a grant from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to develop streetscape guidelines (designs that influence the pedestrian environment) and prepare zoning recommendations. This proactive planning effort, which the Wedgwood Community Council is pleased to endorse, grew out of the Wedgwood Vision Plan that the WCC managed back in 2010. Since that time, the 35th Ave Committee has gathered significantly more data from the users of the 35th Ave NE Business District through a survey they held in 2013. Over the coming months, however, they will host 3 public workshops to gather more information from users, residents, landowners, and business owners on the type of pedestrian environment the community wants to see and to prepare recommendations on ways to improve the zoning along 35th Ave NE to support the conditions that the community wants to see from its business district.
ALL PUBLIC WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL AT MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH, 7050 35TH AVE NE.