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Existing Neighborhood Plans

In 1999, the City Council finished the approval process for 38 neighborhood plans created by nearly 20,000 citizens. The plans identify actions needed to ensure that each neighborhood will continue to thrive and improve as Seattle grows over the next 20 years in ways that meet our commitments under the State's Growth Management Act. In the years since approval, much progress has been made on implementing the projects identified in the neighborhood plans. On this site, you can read the plan for your neighborhood, see what's happening with projects currently underway, learn who to contact for information and how you can get involved.

In late August of 2003, the Department of Neighborhoods asked the Chairs of Neighborhood Plan Stewardship Groups and District Councils to provide input on prioritizing neighborhood plan recommendations. The goal was to have the prioritized recommendations focus implementation efforts by both City departments and community groups. The results of the 2004 Priority Report can be found here.



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