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Welcome to our neighborhood! We are the residents, employees, property owners, business owners, non-profits, and visitors in one of Seattle's most exciting neighborhoods - South Lake Union. Our website helps us stay in touch, be informed and get involved as our neighborhood plans for the future.

Join us for South Lake Union Community Council monthly meetings on:
1st Tuesday of every month from 4 – 6 pm
@ MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry), Lake Union Park, 860 Terry Avenue North
View June 3, 2014 SLUCC Meeting Agenda

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with South Lake Union neighborhood’s three state legislators.

WHAT: Legislative Town Hall – 43rd Legislative District
WHEN: Saturday, February 22nd at 1:30-3:00 PM.
WHERE: 1111 Harvard Avenue (Seattle First Baptist Church)

The South Lake Community Council (SLUCC) will be holding its annual meeting and 2014 elections on June 3, 2014. There will be three board appointed positions and one community elected position on the ballot. All positions are for the full term (2014-2017). We welcome all members of the South Lake Union community who are interested in taking an active role in the future of this neighborhood to apply for a board position, join a committee and/or attend our monthly meetings.

PDF  |  Letters of Interest Received PDF

What's New in SLU? Visit Our New Blog

 Christian Sidor, Ph.D.TUSK! Burke Museum Paleontology Expert to Speak at March SLU Community Council Meeting

On Tuesday, March 4, during the regular meeting of the South Lake Union Community Council at the Museum of History and Industry, Christian Sidor, Ph.D., Burke Museum curator of paleontology and excavation leader of the recently discovered 8 1/2 foot Columbian mammoth tusk unearthed last week in South Lake Union, will walk us through the discovery and excavation of this ice-age artifact and answer questions about its history and future.

For more information visit the SLU Blog!

South Lake Union/Uptown Triangle Mobility Plan

View Complete Plan PDFSouth Lake Union/Uptown Triangle Mobility Plan

The South Lake Union and Uptown neighborhoods will undergo a massive transformation in the next decade as the neighborhoods grow to accommodate more than 12,000 new residents and 24,000 new jobs.

In addition, three major infrastructure projects—the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project, the Mercer East Project, and the Mercer West Project—will change travel patterns in the area and provide key links between the two neighborhoods for pedestrians, bicycles, and transit.

There have been many independent planning studies performed in the two neighborhoods. This plan seeks to consolidate all of the prior planning efforts and adapt them to account for the major infrastructure projects.

This plan was created with substantial input from neighborhood interest groups, businesses, and various agencies. A detailed analysis and user survey was also performed by the Cascade Bicycle Club as part of this project. All plan recommendations have been vetted through the plan's advisory committee.


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