Angle Lake Station Neighborhood Design Workshop

You may think that meeting years in advance of light rail operations due in the Angle Lake neighborhood in 2016 may be a bit premature; however the City of SeaTac is interest in working closely with the community to create a more inclusive and cohesive vision for the future of the neighborhood around the station. Public feedback is an important part of the complete planning process. 

On Thursday, May 29, the City will be holding a Neighborhood Design Workshop. At the workshop you can hear about feedback the community provided at the May 1 Visioning Workshop and learn more about potential design ideas for the Angle Lake Station neighborhood, including: 
  • New ways to get around by bike and on foot 
  • Building and street design concepts 
  • Areas for potential redevelopment 

Angle Lake Station Neighborhood Design Workshop 
Thursday, May 29, 2014 
6:30 - 8:00 PM 
Madrona Elementary School Library 
20301 32nd Avenue S., SeaTac 

You can find more information about the Angle Lake Station Area Plan here.  Or if you are unable to attend the planning session, you can still provide your input via the following Neighborhood Questionnaire.

1 comment:

Fuzz Hill said...

I would love to see office complexes filled with workers that would supply a steady stream of clientele by day for quality restaurants, coffee shop, library/book store, "piano bar" operating within the area - Hotel, Condos with evening guests.

Having a hotel might provide 24 hour presence of security officers - Crime might also be reduced with condos offering pride of ownership, ensuring higher quality of environment.

Would love to hear others thoughts on this topic!