How would you like to see the Northgate urban area evolve as we move closer to the completion of the neighborhood’s light-rail station in 2021?
You’re invited to share your thoughts at the upcoming Northgate Open House from 6-9 p.m. July 30 at Aljoya Thornton Place, 450 N.E. 100th St. Based on your feedback at previous meetings, Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development already has drafted an Urban Design Framework for the neighborhood, but it’s seeking your help before it finalizes the plan in the fall.
The plan encompasses the station area and expands throughout the Northgate Urban Center, and includes such features as “urban plazas, active and green streetscapes, and a more complete neighborhood district near the light rail station.”
Your feedback is sought on:
- Pedestrian and bicycle connections to the station
- Public spaces in the vicinity
- Other community amenities
- Creating an active, healthy and sustainable neighborhood
- Getting more green improvements
- Getting more affordable housing
For more information or to comment online, go to the Northgate Urban Design website.Tweet