Major Institutions & Schools

What are the Major Institutions and Schools programs?

Seattle's major institutions - our hospitals, universities, and colleges - and our public K-12 schools are important parts of the city and region. Since our major institutions and schools are in thriving neighborhoods, they require special development plans to ensure equitable growth and the well-being of the surrounding communities. To achieve this, community members like you collaborate with representatives from these institutions and the City to craft mutually beneficial plans for development. 

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Here’s your chance to serve on an advisory committee that will recommend whether to grant zoning modifications desired for Kimball Elementary School (3200 23rd Ave S) in Beacon Hill. Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking community members to [...]
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Updated February 26, 2020 Volunteers are needed to serve on a Standing Advisory Committee (SAC) to advise the City and Swedish Cherry Hill Hospital on the potential impacts of its campus development on the surrounding neighborhoods. Seattle [...]