North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Mtg – Thursday, March 3rd, 7pm

The Opportunity to Be Informed, Be Involved and Be Heard!

Where?    North Highline Unincorporated Area Council Meeting

When?     Thursday, March 3, 2022, at 7 pm

Join Zoom Meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4554402206?pwd=VTBjU2huaXZ0YkNSMmQ3V1BMckFCUT09

            Meeting ID:    455 440 2206                          Passcode (case sensitive):      NHUAC2022

Unable to join via Zoom?       Please Call:      1-253-215-8782

            Meeting ID:    455 440 2206                          Passcode:        590112761

Thanks to all who participated in NHUAC’s February meeting!  The discussion about the Subarea Plan for North Highline was an intense and  important one and it is not over.  Jacqueline Reid, of King County’s Department of Local Services (DLS), will join us again in April to discuss the recommendations Executive Dow Constantine makes to the Subarea Plan.  His proposal is expected to go to  the King County Council by March 31st for deliberation.  We are hoping Councilman Joe McDermott will also be able to join us.  Mark your calendar for April 7th!  

The Subarea Plan is not the only tool DLS is working on to enable increased density in North Highline/White Center.  Jesse Reynolds will be joining NHUAC this coming Thursday (March 3rd) to discuss the North Highline Urban Design Standards project.  Jesse is manager of the project, which is charged with creating an urban design framework for new commercial, multi-family, and mixed-use developments.  The proposed standards include formalized public input in the development review process.  Thursday’s meeting will give you an opportunity to weigh in on what is being proposed for that process as well as the county’s ideas for designing a safe and welcoming neighborhood with a distinctive identity. Please join us to learn about the proposed design standards, share your opinions, and welcome Jesse who recently moved to Arbor Heights.

Another big change we heard just a little about at the February meeting was King County’s 16th Ave SW Pedestrian Safety and Traffic Calming Project in White Center, which aims to add safer street crossings at all intersections, streamline travel lanes, increase on-street parking, and possibly add bike lanes. Broch Bender, Road Services’ communications manager, will join us for a more in-depth presentation and to listen to ideas and comments from community members.

Last, but certainly not least, come learn what has been happening in our community our from Community Deputy Bill Kennamer!

                                 Knowledge is power.

Learn, share, and help make North Highline a healthier community.

March 3, 2022 at 7 pm – Invite Your Neighbors!— 

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