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Street Design Concept Plans

(Ballard Street Master Plan, Bell Street Plan)

Seattle has a growing number of areas where community groups, developers, or property owners are interested in developing a design concept for a street or series of streets. Concept Plans solidify a graphical vision for the street or streets included and can tie that vision back to other planning and design documents that the neighborhood or City may have developed. Typically, the Concept Plan provisions are implemented over time by multiple property owners as parcels on the block redevelop. Concept plans are voluntary guidelines for developers to follow and must meet SDOT Street Standards. For more information, see http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/rowmanual/manual/6_1.asp or http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/planning/CityDesign/Overview/

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