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The city is divided into seven geographic districts. Each district has its own designated Design Review Board, made up of volunteer members who are appointed by the Mayor and City Council. The 5 positions represent the following interests: design, community, residential, development and community.

Accepting Board Member Applications

We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the Northeast Board to fill the local business positions immediately. We're accepting applications until we fill the positions. To be considered for appointment, please send an application, cover letter and resume to Lisa Rutzick lisa.rutzick@seattle.gov.

Download the application, complete it, and submit it to lisa.rutzick@seattle.gov. You can also get a copy sent to you by contacting Lisa Rutzick at that email.

Map of Design Review board districts

Applicants should have:

  • Knowledge of, or interest in, architecture, urban design, and the development process
  • The ability to evaluate projects based on the city's design guidelines
  • The ability to listen and communicate effectively at public meetings
  • A passion for design and community development
  • The ability to work well with others under pressure

Prior experience with community or neighborhood groups is a plus.

Board members must live in the city. Board members should expect to work 15 hours a month attending and preparing for board meetings, which are held twice a month, in the evenings. Board members are expected to attend at least 90 percent of the meetings.

For more detail, read Seeking Two Design Review Board Members.

Board Members by District

 

Downtown

Bradely CalvertBradley Calvert

Position: Community Representative
Term: First
Term Expires: April 3, 2018

Bradley is the Community Development Program Manager for the City of Bellevue. His work includes subarea and urban design planning initiatives. Bradley has also worked on developing design and policy guidelines for the city’s Downtown Livability Initiative. This work included design guidelines for high-rise towers and the treatment of the facades at the pedestrian realm. Prior to joining the City of Bellevue, Bradley's work was primarily in architecture, including transit stations, urban multi-family development, and commercial projects.

In addition to his professional work he has been a relentless advocate for creating more family friendly cities. His writing and research has appeared in numerous publications. Bradley holds a Masters of City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology, a Masters Certificate in Real Estate from Georgia State University, and Bachelor of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is LEED Green Associate Professional as well as National Charrette Institute Certified. Bradley lives downtown with his family.

JP EmeryJP Emery

Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First
Term Expires: April 3, 2018

JP is a registered architect and Senior Associate at Ankrom Moisan Architects in downtown as both a Project Manager and Project Architect. His has worked on a variety of project scales and types, and is particularly focused on senior living, civic work, affordable housing and retail. He has a bachelor’s of Architecture from the University of Arizona and a MBA from the Bainbridge Graduate Institute. JP lives in Whittier Heights. In addition to working as an architect, JP is a Level 2 CrossFit trainer at CrossFit Belltown.

Gabriel GrantAnjali Grant

Position: Local Business Representative
Term: Second
Term Expires: April 3, 2018

Anjali is an architect and owner of Anjali Grant Design LLC. Anjali has practiced architecture in both Seattle and New York, including working at Seattle-based firms Mahlum and Schacht Aslani Architects. Her work has focused primarily on cultural, community, and educational facilities. In recent years she has taught design studios at the University of Washington, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Architecture. Anjali is a resident of the Capitol Hill neighborhood and does her best to bike to Design Review Board meetings.

Grace Leong

Grace Leong
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First
Term Expires: April 3, 2017

Grace has been a resident of the downtown neighborhood since 2001 and lives near our beloved Pike Place Market. Ms. Leong is a board member with the Pike Market Child Care and Preschool (a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization) and a steering committee member with Parents for a Better Downtown Seattle. She has a Bachelor of Science in Art and Design from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Washington. She is an architect with Weinstein Architects + Urban Designers and previously worked for The Miller Hull Partnership for ten years. Both firms are located downtown and have portfolios that include civic, educational, residential, mixed-use, and office projects. Grace is dedicated to living in the diverse downtown neighborhood with her family.

Murphy McCullough

Murphy McCullough
Position: Development Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Murphy is a real estate development professional with 20 years of experience working on office, residential, medical, and institutional projects. Now working for Skanska, he previously worked at Tarragon, Hines and SDL/McCarthy, contributing to projects that included Fourth & Madison, Harbor Steps, University Village and, more recently, Stone34 and 400 Fairview. After growing up in Federal Way, he moved to Seattle where as an undergraduate at the University of Washington he received a BA in Construction Management and completed the Commercial Real Estate & Development Program. Murphy has been living in West Seattle for the past 13 years.

East

Dawn Bushnaq

Curtis Bigelow
Position: Local Business Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Curtis is an architect at nk Architects and is currently the owner / operator of the Lobby Bar in the Capitol Hill neighborhood which he opened in 2009. After receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Architectural Studies with honors from Washington State University, Curtis worked in architecture for 13 years for firms including Bigelow Architecture, BOLA Architecture + Planning, Mulvanny G2, and Pivot Architecture. Curtis is a resident of the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Barbara Busetti

Barbara Busetti
Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Barbara is a partner and owner in the architecture firm, Allied8, located in the Pike Pine neighborhood. Her firm offers a interdisciplinary thinking and design services including architecture, planning, lighting, and graphic design. Their work primarily consists of multifamily, single-family, and adaptive reuse projects. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Criticism from University of California, San Diego, and then a Master of Architecture from University of Washington. She resides in the Columbia City neighborhood.

Dan Foltz

Dan Foltz
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Dan is an architect who leads the design and planning of complex urban projects at Weber Thompson, with an emphasis on high rise towers. He has 30 years of comprehensive professional experience, both domestically and internationally, with a background in residential, commercial, mixed-use, hospitality, and healthcare projects for a wide range of markets. Dan's formal education is a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Nebraska. Dan has resided in Capitol Hill for 18 years. Dan has given extensively of his time as a Seattle design practitioner and resident volunteer, including serving on the South Lake Union Community Council, the Capitol Hill Planning Committee for the Neighborhood Plan, and the Seattle Central Community College Citizen Advisory Committee. He formerly served on the West Design Review Board between 2000 and 2004.

Natalie Gualy

Natalie Gualy
Position: Development Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Natalie is a project manager at Eagle Rock Ventures (ERV). Previously she worked in architecture firms in Shanghai, South Carolina, Nashville and New York. She holds Masters degrees from the University of Washington in both Architecture and Real Estate Development. Natalie grew up in Nashville and speaks Spanish fluently. Under a grant from Vanderbilt University, she taught a youth photography course for six months for inner city youth documenting their lives in Nashville’s most dangerous housing projects. In Seattle, Natalie volunteered her time with the mosaic garden at Bailey Gatzert Elementary School, as well as a construction project with Helping Link working with Vietnamese immigrants. Natalie resides in Capitol Hill.

Tina Orr-Cahall

Christina Orr-Cahall
Position: Community Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Tina holds a PhD degree in architectural history from Yale University and pursued a career as the CEO/Executive Director of museums across the country, including the Oakland Museum, the Corcoran Gallery and College of Art in Washington DC, and the Norton Museum of Art in Florida. Most recently she served as CEO and Director at the EMP here in Seattle. At all of those museums she presented exhibitions related to architecture and urban design in the United States. Cristina has also been directly involved in the design and building process of two museum buildings, a library and two office buildings. While at EMP she spearheaded the greening of the iconic Frank Gehry building, saving considerable amounts of electricity and water. Cristina served on the Design Review Board for the City of San Luis Obispo, California during one of its greatest growth spurts and has held other numerous board positions over the years, including the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Florida Association of Museums, American Arts Alliance, and the Pilchuck School of Glass among others. Cristina resides in the First Hill neighborhood. 

Amy Taylor

Amy Taylor
Position: Get Engaged Representative
Term: First
Term expires: September 1, 2016

Amy is a planner within the planning division of NBBJ. Previously she worked as an intern at NBBJ and at the City of Redmond. Amy earned two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Community, Environment and Planning, and in Psychology from the University of Washington, which included studying abroad in the Netherlands. She also recently received a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Washington. She is from the Seattle area and is currently active in community gardening and bicycle planning and infrastructure. Amy resides in Capitol Hill.

Northeast

Ivana Begley

Ivana Begley
Position: Community Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Ivana is a registered landscape architect at Murase Associates where she has worked on a wide range of design projects. Currently she is working with the Friends of Jimi Hendrix Park and the Northwest African American Museum to redevelop this space in Seattle’s Central District. She served as project manager and landscape architect for the modernization of the Nathan Hale High School campus, worked with NBBJ on the site development of Alley 24 in South Lake Union, and was part of the team that coordinated the design and streetscape improvements for 36 blocks within the downtown core of Oklahoma City. Although Ivana describes herself as someone who has walked, biked and run all over Seattle, her deepest passion is for the Roosevelt Neighborhood where she has resided the past dozen years.

Salone Habibudden

Eric Blank
Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Eric is a licensed architect with 18 years of experience, most of it with the Runberg Architecture Group designing multifamily and mixed-use projects of various scales in Seattle. He has participated in the Design Review process many times, both as an applicant and as a member of the public. Other work experience includes zoo, aquarium, and theme park projects with the Portico Group, the Stadium Exhibition Hall with LMN, and some challenging Design Review projects with NK. Eric received a Bachelor's of Architecture from Virginia Tech. He is a LEED accredited professional and a member of the AIA WA Codes & Planning committee. He lives in Wallingford with his wife and two small boys.

VACANT
Position: Local Business Representative
Term: 
Term expires: April 3, 2018 

James Marria

James Marria
Position: Development Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2018

James is a project manager at Touchstone, a development firm that focuses on urban in-fill office, hotel, and multifamily development. While passionate about business finance, he is also very interested in urban place-making and the public process. Originally from Boise, Idaho, he lives in the Capitol Hill neighborhood after relocating to Seattle from California. James’ educational background is in business administration with an emphasis on finance.

Blake Williams

Blake Williams
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Blake works at GGLO as a Senior Architect and Design Lead. Blake returned to Seattle after working in private firms and spending considerable times teaching graduate and undergraduate architecture in colleges and universities in both Michigan and Massachusetts. He holds a Master in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of Washington and currently resides in the Ravenna neighborhood.

Northwest

Ellen Cecil

Marc Angelillo
Position: Development Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Marc has worked in the real estate business in Seattle since 1992 and is a Managing Member of Stream Real Estate. He has worked on projects across the United States, and more recently has focused on multifamily and mixed use development. He previously worked on office spaces in the Silicon Valley and Bay Area and retail projects in Central California. Marc lives in Magnolia and has degrees in economics and history from University of California, Los Angeles and a Master's of Real Estate Development and an Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California.

Christopher Bell

Christopher Bell
Position: Local Business Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Chris was raised here in the Puget Sound region, but he and his family have recently returned to Seattle after spending the past 15 years living in Europe. Chris is trained in architecture and urban planning and has extensive experience working as the Director of Urban and Regional Design for a large architecture firm on complex mixed-use projects and master-plans throughout Europe, the Middle-East, Africa, and India. He has a small firm here in Seattle and in London providing architecture and urban design consulting services. He has previously served on the Conservation Board with the City of Steilacoom, the Practice and Ethics Committee of the Seattle chapter of the AIA, and the Advisory Board of the Waterford School of Architecture in Ireland. He currently serves on the Honor Awards Committee for the Seattle chapter of the AIA, and resides in the Ballard neighborhood.

Emily McNichols

Emily McNichols
Position: Community Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Emily is a licensed architect at Grouparchitect, a firm that primarily works on multifamily housing, custom residences, and commercial development. She grew-up in the greater Seattle metropolitan area, has been a Seattle resident for the past 23 years, and has settled with her family in the Ballard neighborhood. She also holds a LEED AP Homes credential and emphasizes the importance of quality universal design. Emily volunteers for local community organizations, such as the Ballard Food Bank and University Unitarian Church, assisting them in their space planning needs. Emily's educational background is in architecture with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington and she previously owned her own firm which focused on single-family residential design.

Mike Delilla

Dale Kutzera
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Dale is a freelance writer and producer living in the Ballard neighborhood. He has published a novel and worked as a screenwriter for film and TV, as well as a model maker in an architecture firm, Parallax, in Culver City. While living in Los Angeles, Dale worked as the Public Affairs Officer for the J. Paul Getty Trust handling press relations for the Getty Research Institute and the Art History Information Program. Dale has a degree in broadcast communications from the University of Washington.

Keith Walzak

Keith Walzak
Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Keith works at nbbj, an architecture firm handling business development strategies for urban planning and design services on a wide variety of projects including health care, higher education, and transportation, both civic and commercial. Keith is trained as an urban planner and an urban design and landscape architect. He has extensive experience working in the field in cities including San Diego, Boulder, and Tucson. Also, included in his experience are inclusivity and diversity training, conflict resolution training, and project management certificate. In addition, he has served on numerous boards and commissions through his career, including the United States Green Building Council, Habitat for Humanity, and City of Tucson Public Art and Community Design Committee. He resides in the Eastlake neighborhood.

Southeast

Dagliano Holmes

Carey Dagliano Holmes
Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Carey is an architect at Weber Thompson, an architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and urban design firm located in South Lake Union. She has a strong design background including professional work experience with Cutler Anderson Architects, Bosworth Hoedemaker, and John Pawson Design. Her work over the past 14 years has focused on multifamily, commercial, and custom residential projects. Carey cares deeply for community work and has volunteered extensively for many community non-profit agencies including Habitat for Humanity, A Li Mi A for the Crow Indian Reservation, Auburn University’s Rural Studio, and AIA Seattle. Carey holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic University and is LEED accredited. She has resided in the Beacon Hill neighborhood for over 10 years.

Sharon Khosla

Sharon Khosla
Position: Development Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Sharon is a partner at The Global Studio which focuses on providing community based development globally. Her background is in architecture where she focused on public / civic work and non-profit community healthcare clinics. She holds a Masters in Architecture from the University of Washington and a Bachelor of Arts with a major in architecture from Lehigh University.  Sharon lives in the Central District/Jackson Place neighborhood with her family where she has been an active community advocate and is a member of the Central Area Land Use Review Committee. She also volunteers for various youth advocacy efforts and volunteers in the Seattle public schools. Sharon is also part owner of a small handmade modern wood furniture business.

Charles Romero

Charles Romero
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Charles is a transplant to Seattle who brings with him prior experience in Denver, Colorado and Shanghai, China. He has helped successfully execute projects including education, office parks, commercial, and housing with a focus on community building and sustainable practices. As an architect at VIA Architecture his emphasis is on mixed-use development with an urban planning approach. Charles received a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from the Art Institute of Colorado, and holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver. He resides in South Beacon Hill, and is encouraged to discover opportunities that perpetuate professional practice and the community at large.

Ben Smith

David Sauvion
Position: Community Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

David is an architect and urban designer whose work in the private sector has emphasized public-private partnerships in urban improvement efforts. More recently, David has dedicated his full time efforts working on neighborhood planning issues and efforts in the Rainier Beach neighborhood, where he lives. He has participated on the Rainier Beach Community Center Advisory Team, is a member of the Neighborhood Advisory Committee and currently serves as chair of the Rainier Beach Moving Forward organization. David has lived in London and Paris and has a Master’s Degree in Architecture from La Villette School of Architecture in Paris.

Ben Smith

Julian Weber
Position: Local Business Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Julian is a licensed architect and principal of his own firm Julian Weber Architecture + Design, primarily focused on residential development with an interest in sustainable objectives and energy usage. He previously worked at Dwell Development as an Architect and Construction Manager and as a designer at Pb elemental and Robert Humble/Hybrid Architects. Julian has a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Montana State University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Design, also from Montana State University. He resides in the Columbia City neighborhood of Seattle.

Southwest

Todd Bronk

Todd Bronk
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Todd is a registered landscape architect and part of the Berger Partnership. His career has been involved with projects both in Seattle and in many other communities, including southern and northern California and British Columbia. He served as a Board member of the People for the Presidio in San Francisco. Closer to home, he has served as Director of the Seattle Architectural Foundation and is a member of the Urban Land Institute. Todd received his degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Wisconsin. His work has been focused on the re-purposing of urban landscapes, from former industrial waterfronts to alleyways. He is currently working on the Redmond Central Corridor, a plan to reclaim an abandoned rail line as a vital, life-giving pedestrian artery within the City of Redmond. He is a resident of West Seattle and looks forward to his service as a Design Review Board member as a way to connect more deeply to the community.

Donald Caffrey

Donald Caffrey
Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Donald is a Senior Architect at GGLO and previously worked at Integrus Architecture, his own practice, Mithun, and Callison Architecture. His current work focuses on mixed-use and multifamily development and his past work included several schools, student housing, and office projects. He holds a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University in Ohio. He currently resides in the Beacon Hill neighborhood.

T Frick MacNamara

T. Frick McNamara
Position: Local Business Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

T. completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Wisconsin and then journeyed to Eugene, Oregon to begin her professional career. In 2000, she moved to Seattle and worked as a Landscape Architect at The Berger Partnership and Mithun, later opening her own small design practice, studio 41. In addition, she owns and operates a retail wine shop in the West Seattle Junction, her home neighborhood. T. also served on the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board between 2006 and 2010.

Alexandra Moravec

Alexandra Moravec
Position: Development Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Alexandra works as an Asset Manager at Security Properties in Seattle, managing a portfolio of Section 8 housing projects located in over 20 states. She previously worked as a consultant at a community funding group, and for JPMorgan Chase's community development banking group; in both roles she worked to provide tax credit financing for non-profit real estate development. From the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Alexandra holds a Master's in Business Administration with a Real Estate Development concentration and a Master of City/Regional Planning with a Housing and Community Development concentration. Her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology is from Harvard University. Alexandra resides in the Central District.

Daniel Skaggs

Matt Zinski
Position: Community Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Matt is a licensed architect who works for Weinstein AU Architects. He previously worked at LMN Architects in Seattle, and before that in other firms in Washington, DC and Buffalo, New York. His portfolio includes office development, transit hubs, schools, and museums, as well as restoration work. Matt received his Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Buffalo and later worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Architecture. He is active practitioner and teacher of the in the Afro-Brazilian martial art of Capoeira and lives in West Seattle.

West

Jill Kurfirst

Christine Harrington
Position: Community Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2018

Christine is a registered Landscape Architect and LEED Accredited Professional at the interdisciplinary firm GGLO. Her professional experience includes designing parks, civic spaces, educational campuses, mixed use development, and public art. Christine’s experience in public art, through design and construction, has built her working knowledge of transforming common materials into inspirational spaces. Christine completed graduate work in Landscape Architecture and Restoration Ecology at the University of Washington, Chiba University in Japan, and at the University of New Mexico. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Minor in Anthropology at the State University of New York, Buffalo.

Katie Idziorek

Katherine Idziorek
Position: Design Professional Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Katie works in planning and urban design at VIA Architecture in Seattle. She has Masters degrees in both architecture and urban planning from the University of Washington. She is described by colleagues as bringing a breadth of design and planning expertise to the Seattle scene from having experienced living and working in urban environments as diverse as Copenhagen and Shanghai. Her professional focus to date has been on public projects, an essential part of which is citizen engagement and public participation. Katie is co-president of the Uptown Alliance and is an active volunteer member of the Uptown Alliance Urban Design Framework Committee. She has also served as co-chair of the AIA Seattle Historic Resources Committee. She is a five-year resident of the Queen Anne / Uptown Neighborhood.

Homero Nishiwaki

Homero Nishiwaki
Position: Local Business Representative
Term: First
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Homero has almost 20 years working with Seattle area firms focusing on public, transportation, and multifamily projects for the firms of Arai Jackson, Selkirk Miller Hayashi, and Johnson Architecture & Planning. He is currently running his own firm and resides in Magnolia. He's a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona in Southern California where he focused his studies on affordable housing in diverse and dynamic urban environments. As a native of Argentina, he speaks various languages. He enjoys cycling and is interested in native gardening, construction, and all things vintage.

Boyd Pickrell

Boyd Pickrell
Position: Development Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Boyd has 17 years of experience working both as a designer and real estate developer, most of those years spent in Seattle. He is a principal at Nicholson Kovalchick Architects and has previously worked at the firm of Weber+Thompson. Representing a variety of clients, he has appeared before various Seattle Design Review Boards on numerous occasions. Boyd also has ample experience as a real estate developer, working on a variety of projects in Seattle and elsewhere. Besides working for Alder Development and Western Front Development in Seattle, he has done work for Levy Design Partners and City Core Development in San Francisco. Boyd graduated with a degree in Architecture from Washington University in Saint Louis, is a licensed architect in the State of Washington and a LEED accredited professional. He was one of the founders of the Hillman City Neighborhood Alliance and past chair of the Southeast District Council. Currently he resides on Capitol Hill, is a member of AIA, Seattle, the Urban Land Institute, the Native Plant Society and the Cascade Bicycle Club.

Janet Stephenson

Janet Stephenson
Position: Local Residential Representative
Term: Second
Term expires: April 3, 2017

Janet currently works at her own management consulting firm, Accent Consulting. She comes to that work from a strong background in Arts Administration as well as marketing and sustainability and a career that has seen firsthand experience in private, governmental and non-profit organizations. A native of the UK, she worked as Marketing Director of the architectural firm NBBJ in Los Angeles and Marketing and Global Sustainability Task Force Coordinator for the global engineering firm ARUP, also in Los Angeles. In 2004, she moved to Seattle where she has worked as Marketing Director for EDAW, an international design, planning and environmental consulting firm. In June 2006, Janet came to work for the City of Seattle’s Green Building program, and from there went on to direct the AIA Seattle’s program to infuse a progressive stance on sustainability issues throughout its membership. From there she went on to become Director of Marketing and Communications for Sellen Sustainability, prior to founding her own consulting firm in May 2012. Janet is a Board member of Arcade, the pre-eminent journal for the contemporary Northwest design community, and devotes much of her time to maintaining ties with Seattle’s diverse arts scene. She resides in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood.

Staff & Program Administration

The Design Review Program is administered by the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections.

Staff

Our Design Review Program staff:

  • Manage the program
  • Recruit and train residents to serve on the Design Review Board
  • Schedule and advertise the Design Review Board's project review meetings

Lisa Rutzick, Program Manager
lisa.rutzick@seattle.gov
(206) 386-9049

Kara Mowery, Scheduling and Administration
kara.mowery@seattle.gov
(206) 684-3160

Design Review Planners

Our Design Review planners:

  • Lead developers and architects and their development projects through the design review process
  • Explain the land use code and design guidelines
  • Serve as professional staff support for the Design Review Boards

Shelley Bolser
shelley.bolser@seattle.gov
(206) 733-9067

Michael Dorcy
michael.dorcy@seattle.gov
(206) 615-1393

Tami Garrett
tami.garrett@seattle.gov
(206) 233-7182

Holly Godard
holly.godard@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0532

Carly Guillory
carly.guillory@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0720

Katy Haima
katy.haima@seattle.gov
(206) 684-4193

Beth Hartwick
beth.hartwick@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0814

Magda Hogness
magda.hogness@seattle.gov
(206) 727-8736

Josh Johnson
joshua.johnson@seattle.gov
(206) 684-8278

Lindsay King
lindsay.king@seattle.gov
(206) 684-9218

David Landry
david.landry@seattle.gov
(206) 684-5318

BreAnne McConkie
breanne.mcconkie@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0363

Garry Papers
garry.papers@seattle.gov
(206) 684-0916

Bruce Rips
bruce.rips@seattle.gov
(206) 615-1392

Crystal Torres
crystal.torres@seattle.gov
(206) 684-5887

Colin Vasquez
colin.vasquez@seattle.gov
(206) 684-5639

Abby Weber
abby.weber@seattle.gov
(206) 684-7188

 

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