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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.

Our Vision
To steward a livable, vibrant, urban neighborhood supporting a diversity of residents of all ages and incomes while driving an innovative local economy and providing rich, cultural community opportunities.

Our Values
Inclusiveness | Integrity | Respect | Transparency | Impartiality

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 September 2, 2014 SLUCC Meeting Agenda

Don't miss this opportunity to meet with the South Lake Union neighborhood's state legislature Gael Tarleton.

WHAT: SLU Community Council September meeting with State Rep. Gael Tarleton (D-36th)
WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 2, 4 – 6 p.m
WHERE: Museum of History and Industry

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2014-15 Priorities
Design Review Guidelines & Collaboration| Public/Private Construction Accountability | Transportation Advocacy | Neighborhood Activation & Placemaking

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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