Walking tour of 145th Street subarea for light rail station

Sunday, September 21, 2014

City staff will lead a “walk-shop” tour of the 145th Street Station Subarea on Friday, September 26, 2014, from 2:00-4:00pm.

Tour groups will meet at the Park and Ride on 5th Avenue, north of 145th Street and follow a route outlined in the walking tour map available online.

Join city staff to learn more about the coming light rail service and what it will mean for your neighborhood.



2 comments:

soundoffshoreline September 21, 2014 at 11:49 PM  

How is the existing residential community in the area supposed to attend the walking tour if they're working during normal business hours, 9-5? Attention: 145th St area residents and our neighbors on the other side of the border in Seattle, demand that Shoreline City Hall push back on Sound Transit to adopt a development plan that fits in with the existing single-family residential character of your neighborhood. Yes to a light rail station, no the the excessive high-density urban housing development demands that Sound Transit is holding over these neighborhoods' heads as randsom for their respective light rail stations. Twin Ponds is an Environmental Asset, aka Critical Area that th City of Shoreline is obligated to protect/ Do you want the 145th and I-5 area to look like Northgate in a few years? #SaveShorelineNeighborhoods #NoToAggressiveRezoning #RealEnvironmentalism

Anonymous,  July 30, 2015 at 6:59 PM  

I love the idea of development in our area. We will be first in line to sell to a developer for the right price! Single family housing is a thing of the past.

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