New and Changing RPZs

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East Capitol Hill

East Capitol Hill

Current Status 

Updated February 22, 2022 

SDOT is seeking feedback from East Capitol Hill communities and stakeholders on a potential new RPZ in the area below. 

Click here to see the results of the parking study.

Click here to take the survey.

Email us at ECapHillRPZ@Seattle.gov

Proposed boundaries of a new RPZ on East Capitol Hill

Background 

In response to requests from residents, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) completed a parking study in the East Capitol Hill area in Fall 2019. We appreciate that it has been some time since this data was collected, but it's likely that parking demand remains high enough to qualify. The study results showed that on average this area is about 85% full, with 45% non-residents parking during weekday, daytime hours.  This area is eligible for a new Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) if the neighborhood supports it. 

Next Steps

SDOT staff is seeking feedback from the community and stakeholders to measure support and guide next steps regarding the establishment of a new RPZ in the East Capitol Hill area. We are collecting feedback on a potential RPZ through March 25, 2022 by survey, email, and phone. All feedback methods are treated equally. 

Depending on feedback, we could present an RPZ proposal to the community in Spring/Summer of 2022 and hold an RPZ public hearing. 
 

Mailers and Materials 

Click here to see the February 2022 Mailer.

Click here to see the results of the parking study.