Department of Transportation Scott Kubly, Director
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Community Parking Program
Updated December 12, 2012
The West Seattle Triangle is bordered by SW Alaska Street, Fauntleroy Way SW, and 35th Avenue SW and has been the site of several recent planning and transportation projects. These activities include:
As a part of these past processes, community members expressed concerns regarding how land use and transportation system changes might affect parking availability.
West Seattle Triangle Parking Management Plan Development
SDOT met with the West Seattle Triangle advisory group on June 26, 2012 to identify existing parking-related concerns and to review the project process. A summary of the meeting can be found here.
In August 2012, SDOT collected information on parking utilization and turnover within the West Seattle Triangle area.
SDOT then met with the West Seattle Triangle advisory group on September 26, 2012 to review the parking study data and to develop a draft parking management plan for the area. The meeting agenda and a summary of the meeting discussion are available here.
In early November 2012, SDOT sent a mailer to properties within ¼ mile of the proposed parking changes asking for feedback on the draft parking plan by November 26, 2012.
After incorporating community input on the proposed parking changes, SDOT sent a final mailer to the same community area. This mailer and the final plan can be found below.
What’s Next for the West Seattle Triangle Parking Study
Here’s what’s happening next:
If you have questions about the West Seattle Triangle parking study, please contact Kiersten Grove of SDOT at 206.684.4653 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Ways SDOT is Working with the West Seattle Triangle Community
West Seattle Junction Parking Study
Urban Design Framework, Rezoning and Streetscape Concept Plan
Fauntleroy Way SW Green Boulevard
West Seattle RapidRide Service