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Reminder: Neighborhood Planning Brown Bag Conversation Today: How can neighborhood planning incorporate urban design?

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  • Kate Martin
    Neighborhood Planning Brown Bag Conversations Hosted by NPAC (Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee) 11:30am - 1pm Tuesdays: May 5, June 9, July 7, August
    Message 1 of 1 , May 5, 2009
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      Neighborhood Planning Brown Bag Conversations

      Hosted by NPAC (Neighborhood Planning Advisory Committee)

      11:30am – 1pm

      Tuesdays:  May 5, June 9, July 7, August 11, September 8, October 6, November 10, December 8

      Seattle Municipal Tower Room 1940-46 (19th floor)

       

      May 5 Discussion Topic:   How can neighborhood planning incorporate urban design? 

       

      Food for thought:

      -Do the Comp Plan and Growth Management Act consider urban design?

      -How do the zoning designations and allowed land uses in the Urban Villages limit urban design options for a neighborhood?

      -What are the results of de facto urban design of our neighborhoods if there is not a deliberate urban design process for urban villages as part of neighborhood planning?

      -How can urban design help to create successful and humane density in walkable town centers?

      -What are the results of neighborhood plans & design guidelines without urban design?

       

       

      All people are welcome to join the monthly brown bag conversations.  Please forward this to others interested in these issues. 

       

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