The event is free and all ages are welcome. Tuk Tuk will be dishing outSoutheast Asian cuisine in the courtyard.
The program will have seven professional teams updating each other and the public on their proposals for a major urban design effort: re-imagining what the space above I-5 could look like when the freeway is eventually lidded. Everything is on the table, from bikeways and schools to housing and commercial development, and we need your help! This is your chance to critique the early design concepts and challenge the teams to dig deeper and embody community priorities.
The CHTC is made possible by a $48,000 matching grant from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and sponsorship by the Seattle Parks Foundation.
Save the Date – April 18 Public Hearing
Lid I-5 Steering Committee