Monday, January 30, 2012

Help Shape Seattle Waterfront At Upcoming Series Of Meetings

The City of Seattle’s Waterfront Seattle project is conducting several community informal discussions to gather input on some of some of the key questions shaping the future of the Seattle waterfront.

Each discussion, held at Town Hall from 5:30-7pm,  will explore a different issue, from how to make the waterfront attractive in all seasons to how to balance many transportation needs. To attend send email here:

Here is the schedule:

Tuesday, January 31st:  Climate and Context
How can we make the waterfront an attractive place for all seasons?

Wednesday, February 8th: Mobility and Access
The waterfront is a crossroads. How do we balance the many transportation needs?

Monday, February 27th:  Environment and Ecology
How can the waterfront help to restore the natural ecology of Elliott Bay and showcase sustainable design?

Monday, March 5th: Setting the Stage
How do we create vibrant spaces for arts, culture and entertainment?

Wednesday, March 14: Uniquely Seattle
Seattle’s waterfront has a rich context and history. How can we design it to reflect the uniqueness of the place and speak to our past, present and future?

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