I’ve posted this reminder before, but here’s a new push to remind people that the decisions the city makes now will have great implications in the future. We need your thoughts on updating Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan – the vision for how Seattle will evolve over the next two decades.
There’s a great YouTube video that explains the purpose of the Comp Plan and directs the sort of feedback that the Department of Planning & Development (DPD) are looking for. Check the video out here before moving on to the additonal information provided below.
DPD has a great overview of the Comprehensive Plan available online. Included in that overview is a public involvement plan that outlines the schedule for the public participation process, the methods and tools the department will use, and what materials and information will be produced and available for distribution as a result of that process.
There’s also a brief survey available on the site that allows users to rank and prioritize the goals driving the Comp Plan review and update. It takes about ten minutes to complete. The public’s contribution to these outreach efforts will influence the final decisions.
Help DPD – and Seattle – plan ahead for the next twenty years. Share the links to the video, the public involvement plan, and the survey.
Posted: July 26th, 2011 under Energy, Environment, Housing, Human Services and Health, Neighborhoods, Parks, Planning and Land Use, Seattle Public Utilities, Technology, Transportation
Tags: Comp Plan, Planning and Development, public involvement