Initiative 123 Greenwood Phinney Community Outreach Meeting

Things to do
Initiative 123 Greenwood Phinney Community Outreach Meeting
More Less
Initiative 123 Greenwood Phinney Community Outreach Meeting says
Initiative 123 will be on the Seattle ballot in August. Please join proponents at the Greenwood Branch Library to learn about it and get your questions answered. Check the events page at the Initiative 123 website for the complete schedule of community outreach meetings at branch libraries across Seattle:

What is Initiative 123?

The Initiative 123 mission is to give the people of Seattle a choice to build a better downtown waterfront. It's an opportunity to steer the redevelopment toward a more sustainable, profitable, and culturally relevant outcome for all.

The plan in place currently falls short in so many ways including the fact that it does not speak to Seattle's unique character nor the people that actually live here.

While costing no more than the status quo plan, Initiative 123's 2.0 version of the waterfront plan delivers in spades and fixes 10 glitches in the 1.0 plan.

The biggest improvement is elevating the promenade from the surface of Alaskan Way between the freight route arterial and the buildings on the piers to an elevated park up at 55' where everyone can enjoy Seattle's favorite view from a mile-long 6 acre unforgettable park on a brand new garden bridge. Harmonizing that elevated park into the picture changes everything.

Alaskan Way Elevated Park. Right where we should be.
More Less

By: Park My Viaduct