The city is rolling up their sleeves and getting to work on the Mayor’s Housing Affordability and and Livability Agenda (HALA), and they’re hosting a party at Optimism Brewing tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. to show you what they’ve been working on and get some community input.
The presentation will be open-house style—as opposed to a ham-and-mayonnaise town hall—and will feature some urban village maps they’ve been working on for changes to 23rd and Union-Jackson, Eastlake, First Hill/Capitol Hill, Madison/Miller, and Upper Queen Anne. (Other urban villages have been, or will be, featured in other open houses in those areas.)
SDOT will be around to answer questions about Move Seattle, Madison Bus Rapid Transit, and Neighborhood Greenways, and Parks and Recreation will be presenting their development plan, plus plans for gender-neutral restrooms at Cal Anderson Park.
City staff will be available to answer questions one-on-one. The city has also promised snacks and nonalcoholic beverages—but beer goes on your own tab.