Public Engagement Opportunities

This page provides opportunities for you to weigh in on Citywide issues using online surveys, polls, town halls, and more.

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Delridge Projects Workshop

Turn Your Passion Into Action!

Saturday, June 6
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
SW Teen Life Center (2801 SW Thistle St.)

Join us at the event to join your neighbors to:

  • Provide direction on the North Delridge Action Plan (North of SW Elmgrove St.)
  • Help design future multimodal improvements to Delridge Way
  • Learn about Longfellow Creek Basin Natural Drainage Systems

Here’s what we have heard at previous Delridge meetings:

  • Create more community and cultural gathering places
  • More places to shop and eat
  • Improve walking, biking, and transit connections
  • Create more recreation and cultural programs

Open to the public and ADA accessible. Interpretation will be available in Cambodian, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Childcare is also available.

For more information, contact David Goldberg, city planner, at (206) 615-1447 email davidw.goldberg@seattle.gov or visit www.seattle.gov/dpd/delridge.


DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Online Open House

How Should Seattle Grow? You Tell Us!

The City of Seattle has released the Seattle 2035 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for public review and comment. The Draft EIS looks at four different ways that Seattle could grow over the next 20 years, and potential impacts to the built and natural environment. In addition, the City has also released an Growth and Equity Analysis, which looks at ways to minimize impacts to low-income people, people of color and English-language learners and ensure that everyone in Seattle benefits from growth.

Over the next 45 days, you can check out the Draft EIS and Growth and Equity Analysis and provide your comments.

Here's what to do:

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SEATTLE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION and MAYOR’S OFFICE

Public Engagement Period for Draft Transportation Levy to Move Seattle

Mayor Murray and SDOT Director Scott Kubly have released a draft proposal for a new levy called The Transportation Levy to Move Seattle. The proposed nine-year, $900 million levy would replace an existing levy that expires at the end of 2015. The City is seeking public input on the draft levy proposal and there are many ways to get involved, including three community conversations and a survey.

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Seattle Center

Public Programs - Ongoing survey

Seattle Center belongs to you. As a resident or visitor of this region, you support Seattle Center and, as a result, we are committed to providing experiences that reflect your interests. It means that you do not have to spend a lot of money to attend a great concert, explore another culture, or share a hobby with other enthusiasts. And it means Seattle Center is a place you can come to be inspired, to renew your spirit, and to be a welcome part of the community.

Public Programs are free and affordable events that Seattle Center produces for the public to enjoy. They are different from commercial events such as a rock concert in KeyArena, or events by a resident organization like Pacific Northwest Ballet. Your participation will help us improve Public Programs.

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