Land Use and Rezones

About

The Land Use and Rezone Committee monitors zoning and development issues both inside the Ravenna-Bryant area, and in “gateway” neighborhoods that surround it – including Roosevelt, the University District and Laurelhurst.

RBCA is also represented on the City/University Community Advisory Committee (CUCAC), which: advises the City and the University on the physical development of the greater University area; encourage provision of adequate City services to the area; assist the University and City in preserving positive aspects of the University’s presence; review and comment upon potential adverse effects of removing aspects of University programs from the University campus; and assist in the protection of the adjacent community and business areas from the adverse effects of University and City actions.

Contact

Contact the RBCA Land Use Committee to learn more about local land use and rezone issues.


Recent Posts | Read All

  • Design Review Board provides U-Village with design guidance for new garage February 12, 2017
    Concerned with University Village’s initial design proposal for a new garage along 25th Avenue NE, the RBCA board provided comments to the Seattle Design Review Board in December. In a follow-up memo, the Design Review Board provided the following guidance to University Village. 1. Theme: Enlivening and Enhancing 25th Avenue NE a. Ground level retail uses an […]
  • Roosevelt Station Transit Oriented Development Open House January 12 January 6, 2017
    Sound Transit and the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association invite community members to an open house to discuss future development at the Roosevelt light rail station construction site. The open house will take place January 12, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Roosevelt High School commons, 1410 NE 66th Street. As the Roosevelt Station takes shape, the area […]
  • RBCA requests new U-Village garage be designed with community, pedestrians in mind January 4, 2017
    Two Ravenna-Bryant Community Association board members attended the December 19 Seattle Design Review Board meeting to provide comments about University Village’s plan to build 100,000 square feet of commercial space and 915 parking spaces in a new garage. Comments were also shared with the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections through the follo […]
  • What did RBCA do in 2016? What’s in store for 2017? December 31, 2016
    A year ago, the RBCA board of directors adopted a vision statement: Ravenna-Bryant is a welcoming, thriving, safe, diverse, and connected neighborhood. This statement of shared values now guides the work we do. When the RBCA board considers actions, we ask ourselves if what is being considered will contribute to our vision. Our neighborhood is growing, […] […]
  • Roosevelt land use academy meeting December 10 December 7, 2016
    The Roosevelt Neighborhood Association (RNA) is hosting, and RBCA is co-facilitating, a community-driven workshop to discuss the City of Seattle’s Housing Affordability & Livability Agenda (HALA).  The Meeting will be held at 10:00 a.m. at the Calvary Christian Church at 6801 Roosevelt Way.  The meeting will primarily on proposed land use changes within […]