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Converting Downtown Offices to Housing

City of Seattle Announces Call for Ideas The Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) is sponsoring a competitive Call for Ideas to convert Seattle Downtown commercial office spaces to residential use. Building owner/architect teams are invited to share innovative solutions that will identify obstacles to conversion and lead… [ Keep reading ]

Duwamish Valley Program Update

“Implementing a One Seattle Approach in the Duwamish Valley”Check out the Duwamish Valley Program 2022 Annual Update If 2022 reminded us of anything, it’s that centering community leadership is imperative for successful, long-term environmental justice work in the Duwamish Valley. For example, the King Tide flooding in late December 2022 demonstrated the… [ Keep reading ]

Read Our One Seattle Plan Community Meetings Report

From November 2022 – January 2023, we held five in-person community meetings (plus one online meeting) to discuss our Comprehensive Plan update and to gather feedback to help shape the plan. We thank all those who attended the meetings and participated in the discussion groups. Our report shares what we heard during… [ Keep reading ]

Take our South Delridge Action Plan Survey!

We are partnering with community and other City departments to develop a vision for the future of South Delridge, which includes parts of neighborhoods such as Westwood, Roxhill, Highland Park, Delridge, and White Center. These partnerships will help the City support community and focus investments in the near future. Your participation… [ Keep reading ]

Downtown Subarea Planning Seeks Proposals

Our designated Urban Centers – Downtown, Uptown, South Lake Union, Capitol Hill/First Hill, University District, and Northgate – are home to a significant share of Seattle’s residents and workers. We are beginning the process of planning for each of our centers toward becoming more equitable, vital, and resilient places in the future, beginning with Downtown. … [ Keep reading ]

City begins analysis of One Seattle Plan alternatives

Public invited to events to learn more, provide feedback Contact: Jason.W.Kelly@seattle.gov After gathering public input over the summer on several growth concepts, the Seattle Office of Planning and Development (OPCD) is launching a detailed environmental analysis to support the One Seattle Plan. Today, OPCD released a report summarizing recent public… [ Keep reading ]

Open Positions at OPCD!

We ensure that City departments are aligned and coordinated in planning and advancing equitable development for Seattle’s future. Urban planning and community development must reflect the experiences and identities of people affected by development decisions and outcomes, including Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Immigrants, Refugees, People with Disabilities, and LGBTQ+… [ Keep reading ]

Community Partner Highlight:
Duwamish Valley Sustainability Association

As part of our One Seattle Plan – the City’s policy plan for how to invest in communities over the next 20 years – we have partnered with five community-based organizations to co-create and carry out engagement in the BIPOC communities they serve. Among them is the Duwamish Valley Sustainability… Filed Under: Community Stories, Neighborhood PlanningTagged With: ,

Racial Equity Outcomes Survey

A major update of Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan is underway. The Plan guides where new housing and jobs are located and how the City supports that growth through investments in transportation, utilities, parks, and other community needs. Your response to this survey will help us identify the outcomes we will focus… [ Keep reading ]

One Seattle Plan Community Meeting Series

UPDATE: Our One Seattle Plan Community Meetings report shares what we’ve heard during our engagement events. Seattle is updating its plan for growth and change over the next 20 years, and we need your feedback to help guide how the City will invest in our communities to shape the city’s… [ Keep reading ]