Tuesday, 19 January, 2021
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In early November, the Everett City Council adopted sweeping zoning and development regulation changes to simplify the land use code and encourage more urban infill development. The zoning and development regulations came about as part of the city's "Rethinking...
Approaching the halfway mark of their Fall 2020 Light Rail Communities workshop, Snohomish County has opened up part two of the workshop to address and solicit community feedback on their current and future housing affordability situation. This workshop is...
Abolishing apartment bans is how we grow as a region, not sprouting entire new cities in pasture. The Cascadia Vision 2050 report made it onto KUOW with its claim that four cities of 300,000 to 400,000 residents need to be...
The Urbanist has joined Futurewise in its Washington Can't Wait campaign seeking to reform the Growth Management Act (GMA) to incorporate sustainability, equity, and housing justice. We invite you to join in sending a letter to state legislators during our...
Budget Chair Teresa Mosqueda unveiled the Seattle City Council's rebalancing package for the 2021 budget this week and laid out $83 million in changes to Mayor Jenny Durkan's budget proposal. The Seattle Council proposes $35 million in cuts to...
Puget Sound's long-term regional planning document has passed. Now the individual city planning begins. On Friday, the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) adopted Vision 2050, the blueprint for growth and transportation investments in the four county region. As King, Kitsap,...
I. Those Left Out: Skyway and Bryn Mawr It is budget season. Throughout Washington, cities are creating budgets that reflect the dual impacts of pandemic and economic recession. Tax revenue is down. Rainy day funds are depleted. Community groups are...
Bellevue, Renton, Issaquah, Maple Valley, North Bend, Covington, Snoqualmie, and Kent voted to opt out of King County's homelessness measure by proposing their own city-based packages focused on higher income housing. Last month King County Executive Dow Constantine unveiled a...