District 3 and District 7 MHA Public Hearing

Monday, April 16, 2018 - 6:00 pm @ 6:00 PM
Broadway Performance Hall
1625 Broadway Seattle
WA 98122
District 3 and District 7 MHA Public Hearing @ Broadway Performance Hall

The City Council’s Select Committee on Mandatory Housing Affordability will hold a series of public hearings during the first half of 2018 to take comments on the proposed changes to land use and zoning regulations.  The third hearing will focus on changes affecting property in:

District 3 (District 3 includes all or portions of 15th Ave E / Volunteer Park, Broadmoor, Broadway, Capitol Hill, Central Area, Colman, Denny Blaine, First Hill, Garfield, Harborview, Jackson Place, Judkins, Leschi, Little Saigon, Madison Park, Madrona, Miller, Montlake, Mount Baker, North Beacon Hill, Pike/Pine, South Lake Union, Squire Park, and Yesler Terrace) and

District 7 (District 7 includes all or portions of Belltown, Briarcliff, Cascade, Chinatown/ID, Denny Regrade, Downtown, First Hill, Interbay, Magnolia, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Queen Anne, South Lake Union, Uptown, West Edge, and Westlake).

The hearing will be held on April 16, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at:

Seattle Central College (Broadway Performance Hall)
1625 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122

For those who wish to testify, sign-up sheets will be available starting at 5:30 p.m.

Print and communications access is provided on prior request. Please contact Spencer Williams at 684-8808 or via e-mail at: spencer.williams@seattle.gov as soon as possible to request accommodations for a disability.

Childcare will be provided during the public hearing.

Questions concerning the public hearing may be directed to Spencer Williams in Councilmember Rob Johnson’s office, by calling (206) 684-8808 or via e-mail at: spencer.williams@seattle.gov.


Written comments on the proposal will be accepted until the Full Council takes final action on the proposal, which is not anticipated to occur before July, 2018.  Please send comments to Spencer Williams in Councilmember Rob Johnson’s office via e-mail at: citywidemha@seattle.gov or by mail to:

Councilmember Rob Johnson

Seattle City Council

600 4th Avenue, 2nd Floor

PO Box 34025

Seattle, WA  98124-4025



Information regarding the proposal, including a draft of the proposed legislation, is available at www.seattle.gov/council/committees/citywidemha.

Questions regarding the proposal may be directed to Eric McConaghy of the City Council Central Staff at (206) 615-1071 or via email at eric.mcconaghy@seattle.gov, or to Geoff Wentlandt of the Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) at 206-684-3586 or via email at geoffrey.wentlandt@seattle.gov.

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One thought on “District 3 and District 7 MHA Public Hearing

  1. I think you made a mistake in the neighborhoods listed.

    District 3 includes the Little Saigon neighborhood portion of the CID, but Chinatown and Japantown are in District 2. District 7 stops just short of 4th, and we generally consider 5th to be the start of the International District.

    Thanks for getting this out there!

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