Open House Thursday for draft EIS for 145th transit station subarea

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The EIS examines potential impacts of long term growth in neighborhoods surrounding light rail. The two community meetings on January 22 and February 5 will explain the analysis, the scenarios and topics studied, possible improvements to roads and other infrastructure, how to comment, and next steps in the process.

Thursday, January 22
On Thursday, January 22, at Bethel Lutheran Church, 17418 8th Ave NE, 7:00pm - 9:00pm, the 145th Citizens Committee will host a Special Open House on the 145th subarea Draft EIS.

This meeting will be run by the City of Shoreline to introduce the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the 145th station area, so that residents can more effectively provide feedback to the City. Meeting leaders will introduce contents of the DEIS, answer questions, and begin taking public comment.

The Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the 145th Street Station Subarea Plan is available online. The DEIS analyzes impacts of multiple zoning scenarios on systems such as transportation, utilities, schools, and parks over various timeframes, and identifies necessary improvements.

Thursday, February 5
The Planning Commission will host an Open House and Public Hearing on the DEIS on Thursday, February 5. Open House 6:00-7:00pm and Public Hearing 7:00-9:00pm

Tuesday, February 17
The public comment period for the DEIS will close on Tuesday, February 17 at 5:00pm.

Monday, February 23
On February 23, City Council will hear additional public comment, discuss the DEIS, and choose a Preferred Alternative for a zoning scenario to be analyzed in greater detail in the Final Environmental Impact Statement.

Contact Miranda Redinger at 206-801-2513 or with questions or for more information.


Janet Way January 21, 2015 at 7:48 AM  

Please remember to ALSO attend our "citizen sponsored" Community Forum TONITE (1/21), at First Ave NE, 6-9pm. Ask questions and get answers on how to respond to these massive proposed rezones in our neighborhoods. It's YOUR neighborhood.

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