SDOT hosted a series of 5 open houses to share information about the TMP Draft Summary Report and to get feedback from the community. Over 100 people attended. Thank you for participating!
Seattle Vocational Institute, Room 401
2120 S Jackson St
SVI is located on S Jackson St and 22nd Ave S. It is accessible via Metro routes 4, 8, 14, and 48. If you will be driving, please park on-street (and not in the school’s lot).
You can enter the building off of S Jackson St (ADA accessible) or 22nd Ave S (stairs). The open house will be in room 401 on the 4th floor, accessible by elevator.
Aljoya Thornton Place
450 NE 100th St
Aljoya at Thornton Place is located on NE 100th St and 5th Ave NE, just south of Northgate Mall. It is accessible via Metro routes 16, 66, 67, 242, 347, and 348. If you will be driving, please park on-street. There may also be parking available in the large parking garage at Thornton Place right off 3rd Ave NE.
The main entrance is on NE 100th St and 5th Ave NE. The open house will be in the meeting room located just off the main lobby.
West Seattle Eagles Hall
4426 California Ave SW
The West Seattle Eagles Hall is located on California Ave SW between SW Oregon St and SW Genesee St. It is accessible via Metro routes 55, 85, and 128. Parking is available in the Eagle’s lot.
The open house will be in the main hall.
Ballard High School Library
1418 NW 65th St
Ballard High School is located on NW 65th St and 15th Ave NW. It is accessible via Metro routes 15 and 81. Parking is available on-street and in a lot off of NW 67th St.
The open house will be in the school library – we will post directional signage.
New Holly Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Ave S
New Holly Gathering Hall is located next to the New Holly Public Library, off of S Myrtle Pl and 32nd Ave S. It is accessible via Metro route 36 and is about 15 minute walk from the Othello light rail station. Parking is available on-street and off-street.
The open house will be in the main hall – we will post directional signage.
On December 6, 2011, SDOT partnered with the Department of Planning and Development (DPD), Office of Sustainability and Environment (OSE), and the Department of Neighborhoods (DON) to reach out to historically underrepresented communities on housing, land use, climate, and transportation issues. DON’s planning outreach liaisons brought in community members representing eight different language groups – over 160 people attended the event. Mayor McGinn welcomed the crowd and Councilmembers Sally Clark and Mike O’Brien hosted a live-polling exercise that engaged the audience.