The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for several new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier. Applications are due by Friday, January 27, 2017. The board advises the Mayor and City Council, participates in planning and project development, evaluates policies, and makes recommendations to all city departments including SDOT. More information and application details can be found at http://sdotblog.seattle.gov/2016/12/08/lets-get-seattle-walking/.
Everyone is invited to City Councilmember Rob Johnson’s office in Seattle City Hall on Friday, December 16, from 9 to 11 AM for a year-end celebration.
City Councilmember Rob Johnson invites everyone to see info about projects and details of upcoming land use changes at an Open House on Saturday, November 19th, 10 AM to noon.
For more than fifteen years now we have been hearing about urban villages and planning for more housing in Seattle, with Wedgwood never included in any “zoning maps” for greater density of buildings. Now the Mayor of Seattle and the City Council are proposing to bring the Housing Affordability and Livability plans into practice in the year 2017. This plan could include zoning regulations which would bring benefit to controlling what types of new buildings will come in along Wedgwood’s commercial district of 35th Ave NE.
UPDATE: The proposal was approved at City Council. A speed-limit reduction proposal was approved in committee and will advance to presentation at the full Seattle City Council on Monday, September 23rd, at 2 PM.
Plans for a new police station to be located at the southeast corner of North 130th Street and Aurora Avenue North, have been slowly grinding on since 2013. Plans hit a snag in 2016 when a dispute arose about the cost of the proposed design.
On Saturday, August 13, City Councilmember Debora Juarez will host a Party in the Park called Live in D5 for all residents of District 5, which includes Wedgwood north of NE 85th Street.