- Working with Historic Seattle and Vanishing Seattle to save the historic Showbox Theater
- Updating the City’s inventory of Belltown’s historic, iconic and character buildings
- Developing a Belltown Historic Preservation Plan and Nominating Priority Buildings and Sites as City Landmarks
- Nominating a portion of Belltown as a City Landmark to help tell the continuing story of Indigenous Peoples in our neighborhood/city
- and ALWAYS standing by to stand up for historic Belltown buildings on the chopping block!!!!
We are working with the city, landowners, businesses and the community to accomplish the following goals.
- Increase the supply of workforce housing to keep Belltown the home of the downtown workforce
- Inventory and map Belltown’s community assets and public and private realms
- Update the 1998 Belltown Neighborhood Plan , the 1999 Belltown Neighborhood Plan Matrix and the 2004 Belltown Design Guidelines
- Maintain portions of 2nd Ave between Wall and Lenora as the heart of the Belltown and designate as an Arts and Culture district
- Establish an Economic Development Management System that encourages development of great places to live, learn, work and play
- Create the Belltown Underground — where new developments build underground spaces for people, not parking. “BARS NOT CARS!”
- Initiate a formal, comprehensive neighborhood planning effort with the City of Seattle that allows Belltown residents, business owners, land owners to work together to shape a future Belltown that will still be Belltown…only better!
- Maintain an emergency communications HUB to build community resilience to disasters and loss of internet and other communications