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Mark Your Calendars for the April 11th First Hill Public Meeting

The First Hill Improvement Association will be hosting the neighborhood’s second public meeting of 2017 on  April 11th, from 6-7:30pm at the Frye Art Museum Auditorium There’s a lot going on in our neck of the woods, so make sure that you attend! The folks from Lid I-5 will be presenting some of Seattle’s urban design challenges: a lack of public

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Attend the Convention Center Addition Public Benefits Open House 12/7

To build the Washington State Convention Center Addition project, the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC) is requesting that the city vacate three alleys and underground portions of Olive Way and Terry Avenue. The project will pay for these rights of way and also provide a package of public benefits. There are a number of concepts that have been proposed by

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Upcoming Design Review Board meetings will feature major developments coming to First Hill. These meeting offer citizens an opportunity to hear about and review multiple aspects of a building and its site, including some of the following: The overall appearance of the building How the proposal relates to adjacent sites and the overall street frontage How the proposal relates to unusual aspects of

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Attend the November Public Meeting 11/15

The November meeting of the First Hill Improvement Association is scheduled for Tuesday November 15th from 6:00 – 7:30pm at the Frye Art Museum. The agenda includes: The Department of Neighborhoods. We will here from DON on their recent changes and efforts to advance the effective deployment of equitable and inclusive engagement strategies across all City departments. We will also receive

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Attend First Hill Park Design Workshop #3 August 2nd

FHIA is proud to announce we received $25,000 in grant funding from the Department of Neighborhood’s Neighborhood Matching Fund to engage the community in a visioning and concept design for First Hill Park. The goal of this project is to come together as a community so we may understand priorities, develop a vision, and create concept designs toward making First

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