ONLINE OPEN HOUSE: Jan. 27 – Mar. 3, 2017
Seattle is a special place, and it’s no wonder that more and more people want to live here. Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States and much of this growth is happening in Seattle’s Center City neighborhoods, collectively known as Center City.
To keep Center City moving and ensure that it continues to be a great place to live, work, and play, we’re planning ahead.
One Center City is a public/private partnership between the City of Seattle, King County Metro, Sound Transit, and the Downtown Seattle Association to create 20-year vision for mobility and great public spaces in Center City. The 20-year vision will also include near-term strategies that can help to improve mobility in the next few years and support Center City's role as a important regional transportation hub.
Working together, we will improve mobility for all users of our transportation system, give people options for getting around our growing city, and provide for a safe and enjoyable pedestrian experience.
How to use this online open house
- Visit each station listed at the top of this page to learn more about Center City, mobility challenges we’ll face in the next few years, and potential strategies for addressing congestion.
- Click the “Next” button or select any tab at the top of the page to move around the open house.
- Take notes using the space at the bottom of the page. Any notes that you take will move with you as you navigate from station to station.
- Submit your comments and let us know what is important to you.
If you would like to learn more about One Center City before you get started, visit us at OneCenterCity.org
What is Center City?
Center City includes 10 of Seattle’s densest, fastest growing neighborhoods. It is home to people, jobs, social and cultural institutions, and is an important regional transportation hub. Center City includes the following neighborhoods:
- Capitol Hill
- Chinatown-International District
- Commercial Core
- Denny Triangle
- First Hill
- Pioneer Square
- South Lake Union