Department of Community Development Director's Records, 1970-1991  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Community Development
Title
Department of Community Development Director's Records
Dates
1970-1991 (inclusive)
1976-1991 (bulk)
Quantity
32.0 cubic ft., (80 boxes)
Collection Number
1600-03
Summary
Working papers, correspondence, and subject files of Department of Community Development directors. Includes memoranda, notes, and reports relating to project and program development and City planning. Major issues covered include housing, economic development, neighborhood revitalization, urban renewal, and downtown planning.
Repository
Seattle Municipal Archives
Seattle Municipal Archives
Office of the City Clerk
City of Seattle
PO Box 94728
98124-4728
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-233-7807
Fax: 206-386-9025
archives@seattle.gov
Access Restrictions

Records are open to the public.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

The Department of Community Development (DCD) was established in 1969, assuming the responsibilities of the City Planning Commission staff and the Urban Renewal Program, previously a division of the Executive Department. Throughout its existence, DCD administered the City’s comprehensive planning and provided direction and support for the City’s physical and economic development through community planning. The Department was the City agency responsible for coordinating public and private efforts toward physical redevelopment and renewal in both residential and business districts. This work was based on the social, economic, and physical needs of the target community or district.

A very large portion of the DCD budget was realized from federal funds. This reliance on federal grants significantly impacted DCD's operational focus as certain types of federal funding dried up and other funding programs emerged. The administration of the Seattle Model City Program was moved to DCD in 1970, but funding ended in 1974. All but one of the City's Urban Renewal projects were closed out in 1977. And at about the same time, the Community Development Block Grant program, a federal pass-through program, was established. Other federal funding programs included the Neighborhood Improvement Program, Targeted Neighborhood Assistance Program, Neighborhood Development Program, and Urban Development Action Grants.

These changes in funding impacted the DCD's priorities and also led to several departmental reorganizations in the 1970s and 1980s. In 1972, the Department added economic development to its responsibilities in response to an economic decline in Seattle that had begun in the late 1960s. The focus was to provide information to businesses that were expanding or relocating in Seattle. At this point, DCD was managing planning and implementation of complex projects that had interdepartmental implications, such as development of the Central Waterfront, Freeway Park, Westlake Mall, Pike Place Market renewal, and the huge renewal projects in the Yesler/Atlantic, Northlake, and South Seattle neighborhoods.

In 1974, a Mayor's task force report recommended separating policy planning from development planning and implementation. While policy work went to the newly created Office of Policy Planning, DCD's focus turned to development and operational planning with added renewal projects in the Denny Regrade and International District, among others. With the addition of Community Development Block Grant funding, as well as other federal programs, DCD grew considerably in the late 1970s.

However, with the advent of President Ronald Reagan's administration, federal funding for Seattle was curtailed. In 1982, DCD's budget was cut by twenty percent and remained flat for the next three years. In 1986, following passage of the City's Housing Levy, the Department added a new function, administering the construction of new moderate to low income housing units. In addition, DCD was the lead agency working with the University of Washington in the late 1980s to promote Seattle, nationally and internationally, as a technology center.

Mayor Norm Rice, whose first term began in 1990, reorganized the City's housing, human services, economic development, and planning functions. DCD was abolished in 1992. Its programs were relocated in several City agencies, including the newly organized Department of Neighborhoods, Department of Housing and Human Services, and Planning Department.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The collection consists of 31.8 cubic feet of working papers, correspondence, and subject files of Department of Community Development directors. Included are memoranda, notes, and reports relating to planning and project and program development. The records cover the major functional areas of concern to the Department: housing, economic development, neighborhood revitalization, urban renewal, and downtown planning. The files were generated by Paul Schell, James Hornell, Darel Grothaus, Evelyn Sun, Dean Mosier, David Moseley, and Linda Dupont-Johnson. Series are described more fully below.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Preferred Citation

[Item and date], Department of Community Development Director's Records, Record Series 1600-03. Box [number], Folder [number]. Seattle Municipal Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Administration, 1973-1991Return to Top

4.0 cubic feet

The DCD director's Administration records document the department's finance and budget matters, federal and state legislative agendas, relations with other City departments, public relations, internal policy and organization, and the director's role in the Mayor's advisory cabinets. A significant body of this material relates to the administration of federal grants, especially Community Development Block Grants and Urban Development Action Grants. Nearly a quarter of the records concern work with the Mayor's Office, especially in the areas of housing, human services, land use, and physical development.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Associated General Contractors Meetings.
1983
1/2
Bhy Kracke City Gift Program.
1977
1/3
Boards and Commissions.
1982
1/4
Boards and Commissions. Advisory Forum on Balanced Growth.
1988
1/5
Boards and Commissions. Advisory Forum on Balanced Growth.
1988
1/6
Boards and Commissions. Multipurpose Bond Issue Task Force.
1981
1/7
Boards and Commissions. Multipurpose Bond Issue Task Force.
1981
1/8
Boards and Commissions. Seattle Design Commission.
1976-1981
1/9
Boards and Commissions. Seattle Design Commission.
1985
1/10
Boards and Commissions. Seattle Design Commission.
1986-1987
1/11
Boards and Commissions. Seattle Planning Commission.
1980
1/12
Boards and Commissions. Seattle 2000 Commission.
1973
1/13
Budget, 1982.
1981
1/14
Budget 1983.
1982
1/15
Budget, 1985.
1984
1/16
Budget, 1986.
1985
1/17
Budget. In-depth Review.
1986
1/18
Budget 1987.
1986
2/1
Budget 1988.
1987
2/2
Budget 1989.
1988
2/3
Budget 1990.
1989
2/4
Budget 1991.
1990
2/5
Budget 1991.
1991
2/6
Budget, 1992.
1991
2/7
Community Development Block Grants.
1977
2/8
Community Development Block Grants.
1977
2/9
Community Development Block Grants.
1979-1981
2/10
Community Development Block Grants.
1981-1982
2/11
Community Development Block Grants.
1982
3/1
Community Development Block Grants.
1983
3/2
Community Development Block Grants.
1984
3/3
Community Development Block Grants.
1985
3/4
Community Development Block Grants.
1986
3/5
Community Development Block Grants.
1987-1988
3/6
Community Development Block Grants.
1991
3/7
Departmental Correspondence. City Council Briefing Meeting.
1984
3/8
Departmental Correspondence. Department of Construction and Land Use. Director Search.
1988
3/9
Departmental Correspondence. Law Department Relationship.
1991
3/10
Departmental Correspondence. Engineering Department Coordination.
1984
3/11
Departmental Correspondence. Seattle Engineering Department.
1982
3/12
Departmental Correspondence. Engineering Department Meetings with DCLU.
1982
3/13
General Correspondence.
1976
3/14
General Correspondence.
1977
3/15
General Correspondence.
1979-1982
4/1
General Correspondence.
1984
4/2
General Correspondence.
1984
4/3
General Correspondence.
1985
4/4
General Correspondence.
1986
4/5
General Correspondence.
1986
4/6
General Correspondence.
1987
4/7
General Correspondence.
1988
4/8
General Correspondence.
1989
4/9
General Correspondence.
1990
5/1
General Correspondence.
1991
5/2
General Correspondence.
1991
5/3
General Correspondence. Accountability Memoranda. Quarterly.
1977
5/4
General Correspondence. Citizen Participation Issues.
1976-1979
5/5
General Correspondence. Commendations.
1988
5/6
KidsPlace Action Agenda.
1985
5/7
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1977
5/8
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1982
5/9
Legislation. State Legislative Package.
1984
5/10
Legislation. Federal Budget Cuts.
1985
5/11
Legislation. Federal Budget. Small Business Administration Funding.
1985
5/12
Legislation. State Legislative Package.
1985
5/13
Legislation. Federal Budget Cuts.
1986
5/14
Legislation. State Legislative Package.
1986
5/15
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1987
6/1
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1988
6/2
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1989
6/3
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1990
6/4
Legislation. Federal and State Legislative Packages.
1991
6/5
Management. Department Cabinet and Retreat.
1983-1984
6/6
Management. Department Cabinet and Retreat.
1985
6/7
Management. Department Cabinet and Retreat.
1986
6/8
Mayor's Reorganization Project.
1979-1980
6/9
Mayor's Retreat.
1984-1985
6/10
Mayor's Retreat.
1986
6/11
Mayor's Retreat.
1988
7/1
Mayor's Retreat.
1988
7/2
Mayor's Retreat. Planning, Follow - Up Report.
1988
7/3
Mayor's Subcabinets. Energy.
1980
7/4
Mayor's Subcabinets. Environment.
1986-1987
7/5
Mayor's Subcabinets. Executive Administration.
1986-1987
7/6
Mayor's Subcabinets. Housing.
1988
7/7
Mayor's Subcabinets. Housing.
1989-1990
7/8
Mayor's Subcabinets. Human Services.
1986-1987
7/9
Mayor's Subcabinets. Human Services.
1988
7/10
Mayor's Subcabinets. Human Services.
1989
7/11
Mayor's Subcabinets. Human Services.
1990
8/1
Mayor's Subcabinets. Human Services.
1991
8/2
Mayor's Subcabinets. Land Use.
1982
8/3
Mayor's Subcabinets. Land Use.
1984
8/4
Mayor's Subcabinets. Land Use.
1985
8/5
Mayor's Subcabinets. Physical Development.
1986-1987
8/6
Mayor's Subcabinets. Physical Development.
1988
8/7
Mayor's Subcabinets. Physical Development.
1989
8/8
Non-City Agencies. King County 2000.
1987
8/9
Non-City Agencies. National Community Development Association.
1987
9/1
Non-City Agencies. National Community Development Association.
1989
9/2
Organization. Department of Community Development.
1969-1970
9/3
Organization. Goals and Objectives.
1973-1974
9/4
Organization. Walter Hundley Proposal.
1975
9/5
Organization. Housing and Zoning Enforcement Reorganization.
1988-1989
9/6
Organization. Housing and Zoning Enforcement Reorganization.
1990
9/7
Organization. Reorganization of DCD.
1990
9/8
Organization. Reorganization of DCD.
1990
9/9
Public Relations. News Media.
1981-1982
9/10
Public Relations. Press Releases.
1984
9/11
Public Relations. Press Releases.
1985
9/12
Public Relations. Press Releases.
1986
9/13
Public Relations. Press Releases.
1989
9/14
Public Relations. Public Service Announcement Promoting Seattle. Briefing Notes.
1977
9/15
Speaking Points. DCD Director.
1988
9/16
Speaking Points. DCD Director.
1989
10/1
Speaking Points. DCD Director.
1991
10/2
Speaking Points. DCD Director. Waterfront Development.
1988
10/3
Speaking Points. Mayor.
1988
10/4
Speaking Points. Mayor.
1989
10/5
Speaking Points. Mayor.
1990
10/6
Urban Development Action Grants.
1984
10/7
Urban Development Action Grants.
1985
10/8
WMBE/Affirmative Action. Goals and Policies.
1983-1984
10/9
WMBE/Affirmative Action. Goals and Policies.
1984-1987
10/10
WMBE/Affirmative Action. Utilization Ordinance.
1985
10/11
Work Program and Policy Planning Agenda.
1986
10/12
Work Program and Policy Planning Agenda.
1987
10/13
Work Program and Policy Planning Agenda.
1988
10/14
Work Program and Policy Planning Agenda.
1990
80/7
Affirmative Action Reports
1980-1981
80/8
Affirmative Action Profile
1983
80/9
Affirmative Action Reports
1984
80/10
Affirmative Action Profile
1985
80/11
Arts Grants
1975-1977
80/12
Executive Work Program
1984-1985
80/13
Grant Reports
1974-1976
80/14
Land Use Study and Other Projects
1985

Downtown Development, 1975-1991Return to Top

4.6 cubic feet

Planning and development of the downtown core area was one of the principle program areas for DCD. Most of these records relate to the physical development of downtown, but also touch on economic development issues and downtown neighborhood preservation. Major topics include the development of the Denny Regrade area, renovation and revitalization of Union Station and the Union Station corridor, preservation and development in Pioneer Square and the International District, and planning for the central waterfront. Among the issues addressed for most of these topics were downtown transportation, parking policies, stadium construction, street populations, mitigation related to transit and transportation projects, and the development of downtown institutions such as the Seattle Art Museum and the Seattle Aquarium.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/1
Bay Link. Seattle Center to Elliot Bay (I).
1975-1976
11/2
Bay Link Pedestrian Sky Bridge.
1980-1982
11/3
Central Business District Boundaries and Definitions.
1979-1981
11/4
CHG International. Inc.
1979
11/5
Civic Center.
1985-1987
11/6
Community Service Center.
1985
11/7
Denny Regrade.
1976-1977
11/8
Denny Regrade.
1979
11/9
Denny Regrade.
1980
11/10
Denny Regrade.
1981
11/11
Denny Regrade.
1982
11/12
Denny Regrade.
1982
11/13
Denny Regrade.
1982
11/14
Denny Regrade.
1982
12/1
Denny Regrade.
1982
12/2
Denny Regrade.
1985-1986
12/3
Denny Regrade.
1987-1989
12/4
Denny Regrade. Continental Plaza.
1979
12/5
Denny Regrade. Grandview Condominiums.
1977
12/6
Denny Regrade. Park Development.
1977
12/7
Downtown Alternative Plan.
1981-1982
12/8
Downtown Boom Report.
1981
12/9
Downtown Economic Development Policy (Draft).
1979-1982
12/10
Downtown Environmental Impact Statement Response.
1981
12/11
Downtown Food Bank.
1984-1985
12/12
Downtown Human Services Council.
1980-1981
13/1
Disruption Mitigation. Downtown Seattle Transit Project.
1986
13/2
Disruption Mitigation. Downtown Seattle Transit Project.
1987
13/3
Disruption Mitigation. Downtown Seattle Transit Project.
1988
13/4
Fifth Avenue Local Improvement District.
1976-1977
13/5
First Hill Projects.
1980-1981
13/6
Freeway Park.
1977-1980
13/7
International District. Bush Hotel. Community and Cultural Center Plans.
1979
13/7
Disruption Mitigation. Downtown Seattle Transit Project.
1986-1987
13/8
International District. Community Garden.
1979-1980
13/9
International District. General Correspondence.
1976
13/10
International District. General Correspondence.
1977
13/11
International District. General Correspondence.
1979-1980
13/12
International District. General Correspondence.
1981
14/1
International District.
1984-1986
14/2
International District.
1986-1987
14/3
International District.
1988
14/4
International District.
1989
14/5
International District.
1990
14/6
International District. Imperial House.
1979-1980
14/7
International District. Preservation and Development Authority.
1977
14/8
International District. Preservation and Development Authority.
1985
14/9
International District. Proposed Federal Jail in INS Building.
1979-1980
14/10
International District Regulations.
1981
14/11
International District. Special Review District Regulations.
1980
14/12
International District. Special Review District Board Election Controversy.
1979
14/13
International District. Stadium Parking and Access.
1976
14/14
International District. Streetscaping.
1976-1977
14/15
International District. Union Station Area Development.
1979-1980
14/16
King County Jail.
1981
14/17
Local Improvement Districts.
1979-1980
15/1
Local Improvement Districts. Pike Street.
1977-1981
15/2
Metro Base.
1982
15/3
MetroTRANSITion.
1979-1981
15/4
Normandie Apartments Site. First Hill.
1977-1981
15/5
Parking.
1982
15/6
Parking Policies.
1977
15/7
Parking Policies.
1979
15/8
Parking Regulations. Central Business District.
1980
15/9
Pedestrian and Bicycle Paths.
1977
15/10
Pioneer Square. General Correspondence.
1977
15/11
Downtown Development. Pioneer Square.
1981
15/12
Pioneer Square.
1982
15/13
Pioneer Square. General Correspondence.
1984
15/14
Pioneer Square. General Correspondence.
1985
15/15
Pioneer Square. General Correspondence.
1986-1991
15/16
Pioneer Square. Liquor Store.
1981
16/1
Pioneer Square. Maintenance and Capital Improvement Study Committee.
1985
16/2
Pioneer Square. Occidental Park. Extension.
1977
16/3
Pioneer Square. Occidental Park. Proposed Removal of Benches.
1989
16/4
Pioneer Square. Olympic Block Project.
1985
16/5
Pioneer Square Plan Revision and Update.
1988-1991
16/6
Pioneer Square. Preservation Board.
1977
16/7
Pioneer Square. Preservation Board.
1980-1981
16/8
Pioneer Square. Preservation Board.
1986-1988
16/9
Pioneer Square. Preservation Board.
1989-1991
16/10
Pioneer Square. Public Restrooms.
1981
16/11
Pioneer Square. Social Services Siting.
1981-1988
16/12
Pioneer Square. Special Review District.
1977
16/13
Pioneer Square. Street People.
1980-1981
16/14
Pioneer Square. Summit Project Briefs.
1989
16/15
Pioneer Square. Summit.
1989
17/1
Pioneer Square. Summit Update.
1990
17/2
Projects, Various.
1976
17/3
Projects, Various.
1977
17/4
Projects, Various.
1979-1982
17/5
Projects. Public Space Improvement.
1978-1979
17/6
Seattle Art Museum.
1983-1984
17/7
Seattle Art Museum.
1985
17/8
Seattle Art Museum.
1986
17/9
North Kingdome Lot Development.
1981-1982
17/9
Stadium. North Kingdome Lot Development.
1981-1982
17/10
North Kingdome Development.
1991
17/11
Stadium. Parking and Access Review Committee (SPARC).
1976-1977
17/12
Stadium. Sicks Stadium Task Force.
1977
17/13
Street Population.
1981-1982
17/14
Street Population.
1984
17/15
Street Trees. Denny Regrade.
1985
18/1
Transportation. Downtown Seattle Transit Project.
1984
18/2
Transportation. Downtown Seattle Transit Project.
1985
18/3
Union Station Corridor.
1985
18/4
Union Station Corridor Development.
1986
18/5
Union Station Corridor Development.
1987
18/6
Union Station Corridor Development. North Kingdome.
1988
18/7
Union Station Corridor Development. North Kingdome.
1989
18/8
Central Waterfront. Beautification Project.
1979-1980
18/9
Central Waterfront. Burlington Northern Railroad.
1984
18/10
Central Waterfront. Burlington Northern Railroad.
1985
18/11
Central Waterfront. Burlington Northern Railroad.
1986-1989
18/12
Central Waterfront. Cornerstone Development.
1980
18/13
Central Waterfront. Cornerstone Development.
1980
18/14
Central Waterfront. Cornerstone Development.
1982
19/1
Central Waterfront. Decorative Banners.
1976
19/2
Central Waterfront. Elliott Bay Waterfront Exhibit.
1979-1980
19/3
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1976-1977
19/4
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1978
19/5
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1979
19/6
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1980-1982
19/7
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1983
19/8
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1984
19/9
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1985
19/10
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1986-1988
19/11
Central Waterfront. General Correspondence.
1989-1991
19/12
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1986
20/1
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1987
20/2
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1987
20/3
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1987
20/4
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1988
20/5
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1988
20/6
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan and Levy.
1988
20/7
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan. Fund raising.
1988
20/8
Central Waterfront. Harborfront Improvement Plan. Sound-to-Mountains Campaign. Fund raising.
1988
20/9
Central Waterfront. Harborlines.
1976
20/10
Central Waterfront. Harborlines.
1977
20/11
Central Waterfront. Harborlines.
1978
21/1
Central Waterfront. Harborlines.
1979
21/2
Central Waterfront. King County Open Space Bond Levy.
1988
21/3
Central Waterfront. Marine Cargo Facilities.
1985
21/4
Central Waterfront. Maritime Heritage Center for Seattle.
1987
21/5
Central Waterfront. Maritime Heritage Center for Seattle.
1987
21/6
Central Waterfront. Maritime Heritage Center.
1988
21/7
Central Waterfront. Mayor's Resource Group for the Harborfront Improvement Plan.
1985
21/8
Central Waterfront. Myrtle Edwards Park.
1980
21/9
Central Waterfront. Piers 55 and 56.
1976
21/10
Central Waterfront. Pier 57 Harbor Lease Agreement.
1989
21/11
Central Waterfront. Piers 57, 62, 63.
1986-1987
21/12
Central Waterfront. Piers 57, 62, 63.
1988
21/13
Central Waterfront. Piers 57, 62, 63.
1989
21/14
Central Waterfront. Piers 62 and 63.
1988
21/15
Central Waterfront. Pier 62/63.
1989
21/16
Central Waterfront. Pier 62/63.
1989
21/17
Central Waterfront. Port of Seattle.
1989
22/1
Central Waterfront. Port of Seattle. Harborfront Development Strategy.
1986
22/2
Central Waterfront. Port of Seattle Improvement.
1990
22/3
Central Waterfront. Rouse Company.
1982
22/4
Central Waterfront. Seattle Aquarium Redevelopment.
1987-1988
22/5
Central Waterfront. Seattle Harborfront Redevelopment Project. Briefing Paper (Draft).
1987
22/6
Central Waterfront. Seattle Marine Business Coalition.
1984
22/7
Central Waterfront. Transportation Issues.
1985
22/8
Central Waterfront. Washington State Ferry Terminal (Colman Dock).
1977-1989
22/9
Waterfront Park Proposal.
1981

Economic Development, 1976-1991Return to Top

4.0 cubic feet

The records in this category focus on projects and programs designed to have an economic impact on the city's downtown core, but also in certain neighborhood commercial areas. Important projects and topics include the Neighborhood Business Development Loan Program, the disposition and development of the Lake Union Steam Plant, trade and tourism issues, Promenade 23 in the Central Area, issues related to construction of the Washington State Trade and Convention Center, and cooperative efforts between the City and the University of Washington. Also documented is the City's participation in regional economic development agencies such as the Seattle Economic Development Commission and the Seattle King County Economic Development Council. Labor, education, and equal opportunity issues are reflected in files related to the Seattle Worker's Center, Seattle Minority Business Development Center, Seattle Opportunities Industrial Center, and education and economic development.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
22/10
African American Heritage Cultural Center.
1985-1988
22/11
African American Heritage Cultural Center.
1989-1990
22/12
Bailey Gatzert School.
1986
22/13
Ballard Chamber of Commerce.
1984-1985
22/14
Boeing Company Headquarters Siting.
1977
22/15
Business Incubator Committee.
1985
22/16
Central Area. Commercial Properties Development.
1989
22/17
Central Heights Project.
1984-1985
22/18
Central Puget Sound Economic Development District.
1984
22/19
Central Puget Sound Economic Development District.
1985
22/20
Central Puget Sound Economic District. Goals and Objectives.
1986-1987
23/1
Centralized Retail Management Technical Assistance Program.
1981-1985
23/2
City Rail Working Group.
1989-1990
23/3
Community Development Float Loan.
1982
23/4
Community Redevelopment Financing (SJR 143).
1982
23/5
Community Redevelopment Financing (CRF).
1985
23/6
Community Reinvestment.
1991
23/7
Conference on Worker Cooperatives.
1984
23/8
Cruise Ship Issues.
1987-1990
23/9
CX Corporation. Minority Hiring.
1985
23/10
Democratic National Convention (1992) Proposal.
1989
23/11
Economic Development Council of Puget Sound.
1984
23/12
Economic Development Strategies Work Plan.
1983-1984
23/13
Education and Economic Development.
1986
23/14
Education and Economic Development.
1987
23/15
General Correspondence.
1976-1980
24/1
General Correspondence.
1984
24/2
General Correspondence.
1985
24/3
General Correspondence.
1985
24/4
General Correspondence.
1986
24/5
General Correspondence.
1987
24/6
General Correspondence.
1988
24/7
General Correspondence.
1989-1990
24/8
Growth Policies.
1988
24/9
Harley Davidson Plant.
1985
25/1
High Tech Issues.
1985-1987
25/2
Honeywell, Inc. and Fentron Industries.
1982
25/3
Industrial Area Study.
1977
25/4
Industrial Development Corporation.
1986-1988
25/5
International Trade Agenda.
1985
25/6
International Trade. Chongqing Trade Mission.
1984-1985
25/7
Jefferson Bus Base.
1986-1987
25/8
Jefferson Bus Base.
1989
25/9
Jefferson Bus Base. Development Prospectus and RFP.
1988
25/10
Jefferson Bus Base. 12th Avenue Development Project.
1990
25/11
Job Development.
1980
25/12
Joint Venture Program. Targeted Jobs Demonstration Program.
1980
25/13
Local Development Matching Fund Program.
1985
25/14
King County Overall Economic Development Program.
1985
25/15
Marketing and Research Section.
1988-1989
25/16
Mayor's Small Business Task Force.
1982
26/1
Mayor's Small Business Task Force.
1984
26/2
Mayor's Small Business Task Force.
1985
26/3
Mayor's Small Business Task Force.
1986
26/4
Major's Small Business Task Force.
1987-1988
26/5
Mayor's Small Business Task Force.
1989
26/6
Mayor's Small Business Task Force.
1991
26/7
Metro Correspondence and Transition.
1982
26/8
Minority Business Development Center.
1985
26/9
Minority Enterprise Small Business Investment Companies.
1980
26/10
Minority Hiring and Businesses.
1984-1985
26/11
Neighborhood Business Development Loan Program.
1984
26/12
Neighborhood Business Development Loan Program.
1985
26/13
Neighborhood Business Development Loan Program.
1986-1988
26/14
Neighborhood Business Revitalization Program.
1979-1980
26/15
Office of Small Business Section.
1988
26/16
Economic Development. Office for Small Business Section.
1989-1990
26/17
Parking and Business Improvement Area Program.
1986
26/18
Parking and Business Improvement Areas.
1987
27/1
Parking and Business Improvement Areas (Except Downtown).
1988
27/2
Parking and Business Improvement Areas.
1989
27/3
Parking and Business Improvement Areas.
1990-1991
27/4
Pine Street Closure.
1989
27/5
Port of Seattle.
1981-1985
27/6
Project Development Section.
1990
27/7
Promenade 23.
1977
27/8
Promenade 23.
1979-1980
27/9
Promenade 23.
1985
27/10
Promenade 23.
1986
27/11
Public Technologies, Inc. Marketing Techniques for Cities.
1985
27/12
Puget Sound Shipyards. Industrial Jobs Commission.
1988
27/13
Puget Sound Shipyards. Industrial Jobs Commission.
1988
27/14
Randolph Carter Industrial Workshop Association. The Carter Group.
1984
27/15
San Mateo Moorage.
1985
27/16
Seattle Art Museum. Site Selection.
1976-1977
27/17
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1984
27/18
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1985
28/1
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1986
28/2
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1987
28/3
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1988
28/4
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1988
28/5
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1989
28/6
Seattle Economic Development Commission.
1990-1991
28/7
Seattle Industrial Development Corporation.
1984
28/8
Seattle Industrial Development Corporation.
1985
28/9
Seattle-King County Economic Development Council.
1984
29/1
Seattle / King County Economic Development Council.
1986
29/2
Seattle / King County Economic Development Council.
1986
29/3
Seattle / King County Economic Development Council.
1987
29/4
Seattle-King County Economic Development Council (I).
1988
29/5
Seattle-King County Economic Development Council (I).
1989
29/6
Seattle-King County Economic Development Council (II).
1989
29/7
Seattle-King County Economic Development Council (IV).
1989
29/8
Seattle Minority Business Development Center.
1984
29/9
Seattle Opportunities Industrial Center.
1976
29/10
Seattle Opportunities Industrial Center.
1980
29/11
Seattle Seahawks Training Site. Proposed at Sand Point.
1985
29/12
Seattle Worker's Center.
1985
30/1
Seattle Worker's Center.
1986
30/2
Seattle Worker Center Survey. Expanding Firms.
1986
30/3
Section 108 Loan Program.
1985
30/4
Small Business Administration Loans.
1982
30/5
Small Business Assistance.
1980-1985
30/6
Small Business Incubator.
1986
30/7
South Lake Union. Steam Plant Disposition and Development.
1988
30/8
South Lake Union. Steam Plant Disposition and Development.
1989
30/9
South Lake Union. Steam Plant Disposition and Development.
1989
30/10
South Lake Union. Steam Plant Disposition and Development.
1990
30/11
South Lake Union. Steam Plant Disposition and Development.
1990
30/12
South Lake Union. Steam Plant Disposition and Development.
1991
30/13
Targeted Jobs Program. Joint Venture.
1982
30/14
Trade and Tourism.
1984
30/15
Trade and Tourism.
1985
30/16
Trade and Tourism.
1986-1987
30/17
Trade and Tourism. Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce.
1988
30/18
Trade and Tourism. Cruise Ship Industry.
1984
30/19
Trade and Tourism. Pacific Century Celebration.
1985
30/20
Twelfth Avenue Development Project.
1990-1991
31/1
University of Washington / City Cooperative Efforts.
1976
31/2
University of Washington / City Cooperative Efforts.
1986
31/3
University of Washington / City Cooperative Efforts.
1987
31/4
University of Washington / City Cooperative Efforts.
1988
31/5
University of Washington / City Cooperative Efforts.
1989-1990
31/6
Washington State Trade and Convention Center.
1977
31/7
Washington State Trade and Convention Center.
1982
31/8
Washington State Trade and Convention Center.
1984
31/9
Washington State Trade and Convention Center.
1985
31/10
Washington State Trade and Convention Center.
1988
32/1
Washington State Trade and Convention Center. CHG Chapter 11.
1985
32/2
Washington State Trade and Convention Center. Housing Mitigation.
1984
32/3
Washington State Trade and Convention Center. Housing Mitigation.
1985
32/4
Washington State Downtown Association.
1983-1984
32/5
Women's and Minority Business Enterprise Utilization Ordinance.
1980

Environmental Management, 1971-1991Return to Top

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The records in this sub-series have extensive crossover with the zoning records below. Records relate to issues such as shoreline management, alternative energy development and conservation, and residential weatherization programs. Other topics include coastal zone management, greenbelt acquisition and protection, and environmental protection legislation.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
32/6
Coastal Zone Management.
1976-1977
32/7
Coastal Zone Management.
1981
32/8
Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program.
1980
32/9
Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program.
1980
32/10
Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program.
1981
32/11
Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program.
1981
32/12
Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program.
1981
32/13
Comprehensive Residential Weatherization Program.
1991
32/14
Energy Design Center.
1980
32/15
Energy. General Correspondence.
1979-1980
32/16
Energy. Neighborhood Energy Self-Reliance.
1979-1980
32/17
Energy Resource Center.
1980
33/1
Energy. Solar.
1979-1981
33/2
Energy. Solar Access Study (Phase One).
1981
33/3
Energy. Solar Potential Study.
1981
33/4
Energy. Solar Zoning Policy.
1980
33/5
Environmental Process Responsibilities Policy.
1976
33/6
General Correspondence.
1976
33/7
General Correspondence.
1977
33/8
General Correspondence.
1979-1981
33/9
Greenbelts.
1980-1982
33/10
Greenbelts.
1984-1985
33/11
Lake Union Seaplan Noise.
1977
33/12
Manhole Cover Design and Artwork.
1976
33/13
Metro Secondary Treatment System.
1986
33/14
Renton Effluent Transfer System.
1985-1987
34/1
Seattle Environmental Review Committee.
1978-1979
34/2
Seattle Shoreline Coalition.
1979-1981
34/3
Shoreline Economic Analysis and Management Referrals.
1978-1980
34/4
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1971-1973
34/5
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1974-1975
34/6
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1976
34/7
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1977
34/8
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1977
34/9
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1981
34/10
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1982
34/11
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1984
34/12
Shoreline Management. General Correspondence.
1985
34/13
Shorelines. Kellogg Island and Port of Seattle.
1977
34/14
Shorelines. Permit Exclusion.
1974
34/15
Shorelines. Permit Status.
1979-1982
34/16
Shorelines. Re-enactment of Shoreline Master Program.
1979
34/17
Shorelines. Roanoke Reef Associates Permit.
1977
34/18
Shorelines. Seattle Tennis Club.
1976-1977
34/19
State Environmental Protection Act and EIS.
1976
34/20
Washington State Environmental Policy Act.
1976-1980

Housing, 1976-1991Return to Top

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The Housing sub-series covers a wide range of issues including low and moderate income housing, homelessness and shelters, renovation and rehabilitation of existing housing, senior and special needs population housing, and needs of specific geographic areas of the City. There is a substantial amount of material covering the Centeral Area Draft Development Plan and Area Action Plan, housing levies, the Housing Preservation Ordinance, and housing and related social service needs in downtown Seattle. Although alternative housing does not comprise a large portion of these records, there are files of interest on co-housing, cooperative housing, homesteading, and mobile homes.

Low income and senior housing records document the policy development and implementation of programs such as Section 8 housing, Scattered Site housing, and specific building projects such as the Morrison, Aloha, and Oregon hotels. Rehabilitation programming is documented in records of the Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program, Rental Rehabilitation Program, and Section 312 Program.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
35/1
Accessory Housing Program.
1983-1984
35/2
AIDS Housing of Washington.
1988-1989
35/3
Bradner Playfield and Interstate-90 Lid.
1983-1984
35/4
Burke-Gilman Place.
1985
35/5
Central Area.
1981
35/6
Central Area. (Including CAPDA and CACHC).
1981
35/7
Central Area.
1986-1988
35/8
Central Area Housing Development Project.
1980
35/9
Central Area Public Development Authority.
1985
35/10
City Owned Property. Development for Housing.
1989
35/11
City Owned Property. Yesler-Atlantic Properties Development.
1990-1991
35/12
Co-Housing.
1991
35/13
Comprehensive Housing Affordability Strategy.
1991
35/14
Cooperative Housing.
1981
35/15
Council of Carpenters.
1981
35/16
Delridge. J & B Projects.
1985
35/17
Demolition.
1979-1985
35/18
Denny Regrade.
1984-1985
35/19
Denny Regrade.
1986-1988
36/1
Denny Regrade. Intrawest Mixed Use Project.
1986-1989
36/2
Downtown Construction Housing Mitigation.
1987-1988
36/3
Downtown Construction Housing Mitigation.
1989
36/4
Downtown Construction Housing Mitigation.
1989
36/5
Downtown. Cost Comparison vs. Neighborhoods.
1984
36/6
Downtown Housing (Including Low Income Housing).
1984
36/7
Downtown Housing.
1985
36/8
Downtown Housing Advisory Task Force.
1984-1985
36/9
Downtown Housing Advisory Task Force.
1985
36/10
Downtown Housing Advisory Task Force. Low to Moderate Income Committee.
1986
36/11
Downtown Housing Advisory Task Force. Low to Moderate Income Committee.
1987
36/12
Downtown Housing Advisory Task Force.
1988-1989
37/1
Downtown Housing Crisis.
1980
37/2
Downtown Housing Inventory Report.
1989
37/3
Downtown Housing Maintenance Ordinance.
1987-1990
37/4
Downtown Housing Needs. Statistics and Programs.
1988
37/5
Downtown Housing Needs. Statistics and Programs.
1989
37/6
Downtown Low Income Housing.
1984
37/7
Downtown Low Income Housing.
1985
37/8
Downtown Low Income Housing Survey.
1985
37/9
Downtown Service Center. A.E. Doyle Building.
1985
37/10
Emergency Code Repair Program.
1986
37/11
Emergency Shelter.
1978-1988
37/12
Employer Assisted Housing.
1990-1991
37/13
Family Support Project.
1991
37/14
Fire Code.
1981
37/15
Funding Resources.
1988
37/16
General Correspondence.
1976
37/17
General Correspondence.
1979-1980
37/18
General Correspondence.
1981
38/1
General Correspondence.
1981
38/2
General Correspondence.
1982
38/3
General Correspondence.
1984
38/4
General Correspondence.
1986
38/5
General Correspondence.
1987
38/6
General Correspondence.
1988
38/7
General Correspondence.
1989
38/8
General Correspondence.
1989
38/9
General Correspondence.
1990
39/1
General Correspondence.
1990-1991
39/2
Growth Related Housing Fund.
1985-1987
39/3
Homelessness and Street People. Aloha Hotel and Bus Barn.
1991
39/4
Seattle Housing Authority.
1986
39/4
Homelessness and Street People. Aloha Hotel and Bus Barn.
1991
39/5
Homelessness and Street People. Broadview Emergency Shelter.
1985
39/6
Homelessness and Street People. Directors' Committee on Homeless Coordination.
1989
39/7
Homelessness and Street People. Homeless Families Strategies.
1987
39/8
Homelessness and Street People. General Correspondence.
1980-1984
39/9
Homelessness and Street People. General Correspondence.
1985
39/10
Homelessness and Street People. General Correspondence.
1986
39/11
Homelessness and Street People. General Correspondence.
1987
40/1
Homelessness and Street People. General Correspondence.
1988-1989
40/2
Homelessness and Street People. General Correspondence.
1991
40/3
Homelessness and Street People. McKinney Transitional Housing Program.
1989
40/4
Home Sight Program.
1991
40/5
Homesteading.
1976
40/6
Housing Assistance Plan.
1979-1988
40/7
Housing Assistance Plan.
1989
40/8
Housing Assistance Plan.
1990
40/9
Housing Bonus Program.
1985
40/10
Housing Bonus Program.
1986
40/11
Housing Bonus Program.
1987
40/12
Housing Bonus Program.
1988
40/13
Housing Bonus Program.
1989
40/14
Housing Code Enforcement.
1986
40/15
Housing Code Enforcement.
1987-1988
41/1
Housing. Housing Cost Study.
1978-1979
41/2
Housing Demolition Moratorium.
1989
41/3
Housing Development Grant Program.
1985
41/4
Housing Discussion Group.
1990
41/5
Housing Levy.
1980
41/6
Housing Levy.
1985
41/7
Housing Levy.
1986
41/8
Housing Levy.
1986
41/9
Housing Levy.
1986
41/10
Housing Levy.
1990
42/1
Housing Levy.
1987
42/2
Housing Levy.
1987
42/3
Housing Levy.
1987
42/4
Housing Levy.
1987
42/5
Housing Levy.
1988-1987
42/6
Housing Levy.
1989-1991
42/7
Housing Levy. Overall Housing Development Plan.
1988
42/8
Housing Policy Resource Group.
1985
43/1
Housing Oversight Committee Minutes and Agenda.
1987
43/2
Housing Preservation Ordinance.
1981
43/3
Housing Preservation Ordinance.
1984-1985
43/4
Housing Preservation Ordinance Replacement.
1987
43/5
Housing Preservation Ordinance Replacement.
1988
43/6
Housing Preservation Ordinance Replacement.
1988
43/7
Housing Preservation Ordinance Replacement.
1988
43/8
Replacement of Housing Preservation Ordinance. Statistical Summary.
1980-1987
43/9
Housing Work Plan. Resolution 28199.
1991
43/10
International District. Gee How Oak Tin Association.
1987-1989
43/11
Interstate-90 Corridor Issues.
1977
43/12
Interstate-90 Corridor Issues.
1986
44/1
Interstate-90 Corridor Issues.
1991
44/2
Interstate-90 Corridor. Home Ownership Program.
1990
44/3
Josephinum Project. Archdiocese of Seattle.
1988-1989
44/4
King County Housing and Human Services Levy.
1990
44/5
King County Housing and Human Services Levy.
1991
44/6
King County Housing Partnership.
1988
44/7
King County Housing Partnership.
1989
44/8
King County Housing Partnership.
1990
44/9
Loss of Housing/ Mitigation.
1990
44/10
Low Income Housing.
1979-1984
44/11
Low Income Housing Projects.
1985
44/12
Low Income Housing Projects (July 1986 - December 1986).
1986
45/1
Low Income Housing.
1986
45/2
Low Income Housing.
1987-1988
45/3
Low Income Housing.
1989-1990
45/4
Low Income Housing. Section 8 Housing.
1976
45/5
Low Income Housing. Section 8 Housing.
1977
45/6
Low Income Housing. Section 8 Housing.
1979-1980
45/7
Low Income Housing. Section 8 Housing.
1981
45/8
Low Income Tax Credits.
1988
45/9
Morrison Hotel. Minimum Security Jail Proposal.
1980
45/10
Mobile Home Parks.
1991
45/11
Mobile Homes Displacement Issue.
1991
45/12
Mount Baker Apartments.
1985
45/13
Mount Baker Apartments.
1986
46/1
Mount Baker Apartments.
1987
46/2
Mount Baker Apartments.
1988
46/3
Mount Baker Apartments.
1989
46/4
Multifamily Loan Fund.
1987-1988
46/5
Public Development Authorities. Housing Development.
1981
46/6
Projects.
1988-1989
46/7
Projects. Gatewood Hotel.
1988-1990
46/8
Projects. Melrose Apartments.
1990
46/9
Projects. Oregon Hotel.
1988-1989
46/10
Project Self-Sufficiency.
1984-1986
46/11
Redlining.
1976-1989
46/12
Rehabilitation. General.
1976
46/13
Rehabilitation. General.
1977
47/1
Rehabilitation. General.
1977
47/2
Rehabilitation. General.
1978-1980
47/3
Rehabilitation. General.
1981-1985
47/4
Rehabilitation. High Risk Rehabilitation Loans.
1976-1977
47/5
Rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program.
1976-1981
47/6
Rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program.
1984-1985
47/7
Rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program. Evaluation.
1976
47/8
Rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program. Mann/Minor/Madrona.
1976-1977
47/9
Rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program. Mount Baker Apartments.
1976-1981
47/10
Rehabilitation. Neighborhood Housing Rehabilitation Program. Mount Baker Apartments.
1984
47/11
Rehabilitation. Proposed DCD/Seattle Housing Authority Joint Office.
1977
47/12
Rehabilitation. Rental Rehabilitation Program.
1980
47/13
Rehabilitation. Rental Rehabilitation Program.
1984
47/14
Rehabilitation. Rental Rehabilitation Program.
1985
47/15
Rehabilitation. Rental Rehabilitation Program.
1986
48/1
Rehabilitation. Rental Rehabilitation Program.
1987
48/2
Rehabilitation. Rental Rehabilitation Program.
1988-1991
48/3
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program.
1976
48/4
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program.
1976
48/5
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program.
1977
48/6
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program.
1979-1982
48/7
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program.
1984
48/8
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program.
1985-1988
48/9
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Program. Whitman Letter.
1977
48/10
Requests for Proposals.
1988
48/11
Requests for Proposals.
1989
48/12
Requests for Proposals.
1990
48/13
Sand Point Neighborhood. Coast Guard Property.
1979-1981
48/14
Scattered Site Housing.
1979-1981
49/1
Scattered Site Housing.
1985
49/2
Scattered Site Program. Fauntleroy.
1981
49/3
Seattle Housing Authority.
1984-1985
49/5
Seattle Housing Authority.
1987
49/6
Seattle Housing Authority.
1988
49/7
Seattle Housing Authority.
1989-1991
49/8
Seattle Housing Development.
1976-1979
49/9
Seattle Housing Resources Group.
1984-1985
49/10
Seattle Indian Center.
1984-1985
49/11
Seattle Senior Housing Program.
1981-1982
49/12
Seattle Senior Housing Program.
1984
49/13
Seattle Senior Housing Program.
1985
49/14
Seattle Senior Housing Program.
1989
50/1
Seattle Senior Housing Program. General Obligation Bonds.
1984
50/2
Seattle Senior Housing Program. Morrison Hotel.
1985
50/3
Seattle Senior Housing Program. Oversight Committee.
1984
50/4
SHARE Shelter.
1991
50/5
Sixteenth Avenue Townhouses.
1986
50/6
Small Family Levy.
1987
50/7
Social and Human Services Projects.
1986-1988
50/8
Southeast Housing and Revitalization Program (SHARP).
1979-1980
50/9
Southeast Housing and Revitalization Program (SHARP).
1981
50/10
Special Needs Populations.
1984-1985
50/11
Special Needs Populations.
1986
50/12
Special Needs Populations.
1987
50/13
Special Needs Populations.
1988-1989
50/14
Special Needs Populations.
1990
50/15
Special Needs Populations.
1991
50/16
Special Needs Populations. Levy.
1988
51/1
Special Needs Populations. Mental Health Housing. Argonaut Housing Project. Yesler-Atlantic.
1985
51/2
Special Needs Populations. Mental Health Housing. Argonaut Housing Project. Yesler-Atlantic.
1985
51/3
Special Needs Populations. Mental Health Housing. Argonaut Housing Project. Yesler-Atlantic.
1985
51/4
Special Needs Populations. Mental Health Housing. Argonaut Housing Project. Yesler-Atlantic.
1986
51/5
Special Needs Populations. Mental Health Housing. El Rey.
1985-1988
51/6
Special Needs Populations. Mental Health Housing Initiative.
1991
51/7
Special Needs Populations. Women and Children. Broadview Emergency Shelter.
1989-1990
51/8
Speculation Tax Proposal.
1980
51/9
Stevens Housing Improvement Program.
1976
51/10
Stevens Neighborhood Loans.
1980-1981
51/11
St. Martin's on Westlake.
1988-1989
51/12
Targeted Neighborhood Action Program.
1988
51/13
Targeted Neighborhoods.
1990
51/14
Transfer of Development Rights (TDR).
1987
51/15
Transfer of Development Rights (TDR).
1988
51/16
Vine Court.
1987-1988
52/1
Vine Court. Low Income Housing Proposal.
1988
52/2
Washington State Housing Trust Fund.
1988-1990
52/3
Washington State Housing Conference.
1988
52/4
Washington State Downtown Housing Task Force.
1988
52/5
Yesler-Atlantic.
1976
52/6
Yesler-Atlantic.
1979-1989

Neighborhood Planning, 1973-1991Return to Top

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DCD's neighborhood planning dealt with development issues in all neighborhoods, but particularly in the original urban renewal area of Yesler-Atlantic, Northlake, North Greenwood, and south Seattle. A large body of the records relate to the I-90 Home Ownership Program. This program was created to make is possible for surplus land to be transferred to the City of Seattle from the Washington State Department of Transportation, who purchased the land for the construction of the I-90 Corridor Project. The City of Seattle then turned around and sold the land to tenants who resided in state-owned I-90 housing and allowed them to carry home loans at low interest rates.

The records also show the cooperation between the City and the Seattle School District on neighborhood issues, including such topics as integration, joint reuse of closed schools, and development of former school sites. Also comprising a significant portion of the neighborhood planning records are files on the siting of social and human services and special needs programs and agencies in neighborhoods.

Many of the neighborhood planning records touch on economic development issues including neighborhood/industrial issues in the Empire/Rainier Valley area, South Lake Union Corridor, and South Park/Duwamish development area. Neighborhood traffic and transportation is an important thread running throughout these records.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
52/7
Ballard and West Woodland.
1976-1979
52/8
Beacon Hill.
1977-1980
52/8
El Centro de la Raza.
1978-1981
52/9
Blanchard Plaza Parking.
1982
52/10
Brighton Community Council.
1977
52/11
Cain and Scott Survey Correspondence.
1982
52/12
Capital Improvement Projects.
1981
52/13
Capitol Hill.
1976
52/14
Capitol Hill.
1977
52/15
Capitol Hill Community Council.
1979-1980
52/16
Carkeek Estates.
1978
52/17
Cascade Neighborhood Study.
1975-1976
52/18
Census Projects.
1980
53/1
Central Area.
1986
53/2
Central Area.
1987
53/3
Central Area.
1987
53/4
Central Area.
1988
53/5
Central Area.
1989
53/6
Central Area.
1990
53/7
Central Area Public Development Authority.
1980-1982
53/8
Columbia City.
1976-1977
53/9
Community Crime Prevention.
1977
53/10
Community Profiles.
1975
53/11
Community Service Centers.
1984
53/12
Commuter Pool and Ride Lots.
1980
53/13
Composting Demonstrations.
1981
53/14
Critical Neighborhoods.
1979
53/15
Delridge Needs Assessment.
1877-1980
54/1
Delridge Needs Assessment.
1987-1988
54/2
Delridge Needs Assessment.
1989-1990
54/3
Duwamish Public Access Plan.
1984
54/4
Duwamish Public Access Plan.
1985
54/5
Duwamish Substation, Delta Marine, Sea Mar (II).
1988
54/6
Duwamish Waterway Study.
1980-1987
54/7
Eastlake Residential Land Use Plan.
1980-1981
54/9
Empire/Rainier Development Task Force.
1979
54/10
Empire/Rainier Development Task Force.
1980
54/11
Empire/Rainier Development Task Force.
1980-1981
54/12
Fire Stations.
1976-1979
54/13
First Hill (including Horizon House).
1975-1988
54/14
Freemont Public Association.
1988
54/15
General Correspondence.
1975-1976
54/16
General Correspondence.
1977
55/1
General Correspondence.
1979-1982
55/2
General Correspondence.
1984
55/3
General Correspondence.
1985
55/4
General Correspondence.
1987-1988
55/5
General Correspondence.
1990
55/6
Georgetown.
1980-1981
55/7
Georgetown.
1984-1985
55/8
Greenbelts.
1980-1982
55/9
Green Lake.
1977-1981
55/10
Greenwood.
1976-1977
55/11
Greenwood Needs Assessment.
1987-1989
55/12
Haller Lake.
1977-1981
55/13
Interbay Issues and Policies.
1979
55/14
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1977-1982
55/15
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1985-1986
55/16
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1987
56/1
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1988
56/2
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1988
56/3
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/4
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/5
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/6
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/7
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/8
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/9
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1989
56/10
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1990
56/11
Interstate-90 Corridor Development.
1990
57/1
I-90 Home Ownership Program (I).
1989
57/2
I-90 Home Ownership Program (II).
1989
57/3
I-90 Home Ownership Program (I).
1990
57/4
I-90 Home Ownership Program (II).
1990
57/5
I-90 Home Ownership Program (III).
1990
57/6
Judkins Rejected.
1976-1977
57/7
Judkins Rejected.
1981-1988
57/8
Kubota Gardens.
1980-1981
57/9
Lake City.
1976-1988
57/10
Leschi Neighborhood Improvement Project.
1979
57/11
Light and Glare Study - Phase Two.
1980
57/12
Magnolia Tidelands.
1978-1979
57/13
Mann/Minor/Madrona.
1977-1981
57/14
Massachusetts Street / Port / Public Access Coast Guard.
1976
57/15
Montlake (includes Tot Lot).
1980-1988
57/16
Mount Baker.
1976-1990
57/17
Mount Baker Central Youth Service Bureau.
1987-1989
57/18
Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle (Metro).
1988
57/19
Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle (Metro). Drainage and Treatment Plant.
1984
58/1
Neighborhood Business Districts.
1977
58/2
Neighborhood Forums.
1987
58/3
Neighborhood Futures. Organization of Neighborhood Planning.
1980
58/4
Neighborhood Improvement Program.
1976
58/5
Neighborhood Improvement Program.
1976
58/6
Neighborhood Improvement Program.
1977
58/7
Neighborhood Improvement Program.
1981-1982
58/8
Neighborhood Improvement Program. Closeout.
1988-1989
58/9
Neighborhood Improvement Program. Mann/Minor.
1976
58/10
Neighborhood Planning and Assistance Program.
1988
58/11
Neighborhood Planning Study.
1986
58/12
Neighborhood Program Status Report.
1977
58/13
Neighborhood Revitalization Projects.
1982
58/14
Neighborhood Seattle. Forums.
1991
58/15
Neighborhood Seattle. Memoranda.
1991
58/16
Neighborhood Seattle. Post-Central Area Summit.
1991
59/1
Neighborhood Seattle. Subcabinet Planning.
1991
59/2
Neighborhood Seattle. Steering Committee.
1991
59/3
Non-Profit Emergency Requests. El Centro de la Raza. Kiosk Project.
1991
59/4
Non-Profit Emergency Requests. Fremont Public Association.
1991
59/5
North End.
1976-1987
59/6
North End Needs Assessment.
1990
59/7
North Greenwood.
1975-1976
59/8
Northlake Urban Renewal Project.
1975
59/9
Northlake Urban Renewal Project.
1976
59/10
Northlake Urban Renewal Project.
1977
59/11
Olympic Foundry Landfill.
1979-1980
59/12
Parks Planning and Maintenance.
1976-1982
59/13
Parson's Block.
1980-1982
59/14
Pier 91.
1981
59/15
Planting Strips and Street Trees.
1976-1977
59/16
Population Estimates.
1980
59/17
Project Coordination Agreement, DCD/SED.
1979
59/18
Property Disposition.
1979-1981
59/19
Queen Anne.
1977
59/20
Rainier/Genesee Business District Plan.
1986
59/21
Rainier/Genesee Business District Plan.
1988-1989
59/22
Ravenna/Eckstein/ Bryant.
1976-1980
59/23
Roanoke Reef.
1979
60/1
Sand Point Naval Air Station.
1985
60/2
Seacrest Marina Breakwater Project.
1980-1981
60/3
Seattle Freeway.
1978
60/4
Seattle Public Schools.
1976
60/5
Seattle Public Schools.
1979-1980
60/6
Seattle Public Schools.
1981
60/7
Seattle Public Schools.
1985-1986
60/8
Seattle Public Schools.
1987
60/9
Seattle Public Schools.
1988
60/10
Seattle Public Schools.
1989
60/11
Seattle Public Schools. Bailey Gatzert School Site.
1984
60/12
Seattle Public Schools. Bailey Gatzert School Site.
1985
60/13
Seattle Public Schools. Desegregation.
1976
60/14
Seattle Public Schools. Fairview School Site Development Study.
1979
60/15
Seattle Public Schools. Fairview School Site Development Study.
1980-1982
60/16
Seattle Public Schools. Reuse/Joint Use.
1981
60/17
Seattle Public Schools. Reuse/Joint Use. Lake City School.
1985
60/18
Seattle Public Schools. Reuse/Joint Use. School Use Advisory Committee.
1990
60/19
Shilshole Marina Proposal (High Rise Apartment Development).
1979
61/1
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs.
1986
61/2
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs.
1986
61/3
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs.
1987
61/4
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs.
1988
61/5
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs.
1989
61/6
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs. First Avenue Service Center.
1989
61/7
Siting Social and Human Services and Special Needs Programs.
1990
61/8
Small Scale Technology Demonstration Project.
1979-1981
61/9
South Beacon Hill.
1981
61/10
Southeast Seattle.
1975-1988
61/11
Southeast Seattle.
1989
61/12
Southeast Seattle.
1990-1991
61/13
Southeast Seattle.
1991
62/1
Southeast Seattle. South East Effective Development, Inc. (SEED).
1976
62/2
Southeast Seattle. South East Effective Development, Inc. (SEED).
1977
62/3
Southeast Seattle. South East Effective Development, Inc. (SEED).
1979-1980
62/4
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1976-1980
62/5
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1981
62/6
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1982
62/7
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1983-1984
62/8
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1985
62/9
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1985
62/10
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1986
62/11
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1986
63/1
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1987
63/2
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1987
63/3
South Lake Union/Mercer Corridor Development and Transportation.
1988-1989
63/4
South Park/Duwamish Development.
1980
63/5
South Park/Duwamish Development.
1981-1982
63/6
South Park/Duwamish Development.
1984
63/7
South Park/Duwamish Development.
1985
63/8
South Park/Duwamish Development.
1986-1988
63/9
South Park Neighborhood Plan.
1984
63/10
Stevens Neighborhood.
1982
63/11
Street Trees.
1976-1977
64/1
Targeted Neighborhood Action Plan.
1984
64/2
Targeted Neighborhood Action Plan.
1985
64/3
Targeted Neighborhood Action Plan.
1986
64/4
Terrace View Project.
1980
64/5
Traffic and Traffic Division.
1976
64/6
Union Oil Development Proposal.
1979-1980
64/7
United States Postal Service Siting.
1976-1977
64/8
United States Postal Service Siting.
1979-1981
64/9
University District.
1976-1981
64/10
University of Washington.
1981
64/11
University of Washington.
1982
64/12
University of Washington. Hospital and Stadium Expansion.
1982
64/13
University of Washington. Hospital and Stadium Expansion.
1982
64/14
University of Washington. Hospital and Stadium Expansion.
1982
64/15
University of Washington Transportation Task Force.
1978-1979
64/16
Urban Renewal Financing Plan Review. Closeout.
1977
64/17
Wallingford.
1976-1981
65/1
Home of the Good Shepherd.
1976
65/2
Home of the Good Shepherd.
1977
65/3
Home of the Good Shepherd.
1979-1981
65/4
Walton Project / Overlook Heights.
1980
65/5
Waterfronts.
1981
65/6
Waterfront Exhibit CZM.
1981
65/7
Waterway Policy.
1980
65/8
Waterway. Use of State Waterways.
1973
65/9
Westlake Avenue North Parking Study.
1979
65/10
Westlake Bikeway.
1979
65/11
West Seattle.
1977-1988
65/12
West Seattle. Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.
1984-1985
65/13
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1975-1976
65/14
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1977
65/15
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1979-1981
65/16
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1983
65/17
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1984
65/18
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1985
65/19
Yesler-Atlantic Improvements.
1986-1987
66/1
Yesler-Atlantic. African-American Heritage Museum.
1984
66/2
Yesler-Atlantic. Collins Playfield Development.
1976
66/3
Yesler-Atlantic. Gai's and Continental Bakeries.
1976
66/4
Yesler-Atlantic. Keiro's Nursing Home.
1984-1985
66/5
Yesler-Atlantic. Pedestrian Pathway Project.
1976
66/6
Yesler-Atlantic. Proposed Public Corporation.
1977
66/7
Yesler-Atlantic. Randolph Carter Industrial Workshop.
1976

Pike Place Market Project, 1975-1991Return to Top

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The proposed Urban Renewal and redevelopment project for the Pike Place Market during the late 1960s and early 1970s led to a massive citizen movement to save and preserve the Market. The DCD director's records document the redevelopment, rehabilitation, and preservation of the Market following the citizen initiative that saved it from redevelopment.

These records illustrate the wide range of activities involving the City in the Market's preservation. This includes sale and purchase of parcels within the Market neighborhood, rehabilitation and renovation of specific buildings, relocation of tenants during the renewal process, and the improvement of streets, sidewalks, lighting, and stairways in the public right-of-way.

Also of interest are records related to social services sited in the Market district, housing issues, funding for the renewal project, creation of parks in and around the district, and discussions of operating the Market on Sundays.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
66/8
City Council Audit.
1980
66/9
Closeout.
1980
66/10
Concrete Walks.
1977
66/11
Condemnations and Demolition.
1977
66/12
Corner Market and Sanitary Market.
1976-1977
66/13
Fairmount Hotel.
1976
66/14
First Avenue Service Center.
1980
66/15
General Correspondence.
1975
66/16
General Correspondence.
1976
66/17
General Correspondence.
1977
66/18
General Correspondence.
1977
66/19
General Correspondence.
1977
66/20
General Correspondence.
1977
66/21
General Correspondence.
1979
67/1
General Correspondence.
1980
67/2
General Correspondence.
1980
67/3
General Correspondence.
1982
67/4
General Correspondence.
1984
67/5
General Correspondence.
1985
67/6
General Correspondence.
1986
67/7
General Correspondence.
1987
67/8
General Correspondence.
1988
67/9
General Correspondence.
1989
67/10
General Correspondence.
1990
67/11
General Correspondence.
1991
67/12
Hillclimb Corridor.
1976-1977
67/13
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Audit.
1976
67/14
Livingston-Baker Project.
1975-1977
68/1
Longshoreman's Union (ILWU) Hall Acquisition.
1976-1977
68/2
Longshoreman's Union (ILWU) Hall Property.
1980
68/3
Low Income Housing.
1980
68/4
Low Income Housing. Pizza Pete Site.
1982
68/5
Main Market Groups.
1976-1977
68/6
Market Park (Victor Steinbrueck Park).
1984
68/7
MC - 1 Parcel.
1981
68/8
MC - 1 Parcel.
1981
68/9
Parking.
1977
68/10
Parking and Market Garage.
1980
68/11
PC-1 Site.
1982
68/12
PC-1 Site.
1986
68/13
PC-1 Site.
1987
68/14
PC-1 Site.
1988
68/15
PC-1 Site.
1989
68/16
Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority.
1975-1977
68/17
R-Block Development.
1977
68/18
Rehabilitation. Section 312 Loans.
1976
68/18
Relocation of Tenants.
1975-1977
69/1
Revenue Bonds.
1976-1977
69/2
Status Reports and Briefings.
1977
69/3
Stewart House Preservation.
1977
69/4
Stewart House Redevelopment.
1980
69/5
Street Improvements.
1975-1977
69/6
Street Lighting.
1977
69/7
Sunday Opening.
1984
69/8
Survey. Pike Project East.
1977
69/9
Triangle Group.
1976-1977
69/10
Urgent Needs Funding.
1975-1976
69/11
Virginia Street End Park.
1977
69/12
Victor Steinbrueck.
1977

Urban Conservation, 1975-1991Return to Top

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The Urban Conservation records document the development and operation of the City's historic preservation program. These records relate to the creation and regulation of historic districts including the Ballard Avenue Landmark District, Fort Lawton, International District, and Pioneer Square. Policy and legislation regarding historic preservation is also included. Specific buildings or building types that are documented include Anhalt apartments, Fire Station 3, historic downtown theaters, Home of the Good Shepherd, the Martha Washington School site, and Smith Tower, among others.

The historic preservation and landmark designation process is illustrated in these records, as is the creation of the Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority, a public corporation established to develop historic properties.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
69/13
Anhalt Apartments Book Controversy.
1979-1982
69/14
Ballard Avenue Landmark District.
1976-1982
69/15
Ballard Avenue Landmark District.
1987-1990
69/16
Ballard Avenue Landmark District. Kustina vs. City.
1977-1981
69/17
Certificates of Approval Procedures.
1977
69/18
Downtown Walking Tour Guidebook.
1985
69/19
Fire Station No. 3
1979
69/20
Fort Lawton Historic District.
1975-1981
69/21
Fort Lawton Historic District.
1984
69/22
Fort Lawton Historic District.
1985
69/23
Fort Lawton Historic District.
1986
70/1
Fort Lawton Historic District.
1988
70/2
General Correspondence.
1976
70/3
General Correspondence.
1977
70/4
General Correspondence.
1979
70/5
General Correspondence.
1979
70/6
General Correspondence.
1980
70/7
General Correspondence.
1981
70/8
General Correspondence.
1982
70/9
General Correspondence.
1984
70/10
General Correspondence.
1985
70/11
General Correspondence.
1986
70/12
General Correspondence.
1987-1988
70/13
General Correspondence.
1989-1991
71/1
Georgetown Steam Plant.
1979-1981
71/2
Greenlake School Demolition.
1985
71/3
Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority.
1977-1980
71/4
Historic Seattle Preservation and Development Authority.
1985-1988
71/5
Historic Downtown Theaters.
1986
71/6
Historic Downtown Theaters.
1989
71/7
Home of the Good Shepherd.
1978-1979
71/8
Indian Cultural Center.
1976-1977
71/9
International District.
1984
71/10
International District.
1985
71/11
Landmarks Preservation Board.
1976-1977
71/12
Landmarks Preservation Ordinance Development.
1976-1977
71/13
Local Improvement Districts.
1977
71/14
Martha Washington School Site.
1979-1988
71/15
Minimum Maintenance Provisions.
1977
71/16
National Historic Preservation Week.
1976-1982
71/17
National Trust for Historic Preservation.
1985
71/18
Pike Place Market.
1976-1977
71/19
Pike Place Market.
1982
71/20
Pioneer Square.
1977-1981
71/21
Pioneer Square.
1982
71/22
Pioneer Square.
1984
72/1
Pioneer Square. Areaways Rehabilitation.
1977
72/2
Pioneer Square. Casey Waterfall Garden.
1977
72/3
Pioneer Square Historic District.
1976
72/4
Pioneer Square. Mayor's Task Force on Social Problems in Pioneer Square.
1977
72/5
Pioneer Square. Mayor's Task Force on Social Problems in Pioneer Square.
1977
72/6
Pioneer Square. Occidental Mall.
1976-1977
72/7
Pioneer Square. Roberts Hotel.
1977-1980
72/8
Public Buildings Cooperative Act.
1977
72/9
Seattle Design Commission.
1976-1977
72/10
Seattle Design Commission.
1979
72/11
Seattle Design Commission.
1980
72/12
Seattle Tower.
1978-1979
72/13
Smith Tower.
1984
72/14
Tax Incentives for Historic Preservation.
1977

Westlake Project, 1976-1988Return to Top

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The records document the controversies and the development of a downtown park and retail center around the Westlake triangle. Included are records relating to financing development, relocating and renovating the Monorail terminus, the closing of Pine Street, relocation of utilities, negotiations with the Rouse Company, tenant and business relocation, and creation of the short-lived Westlake Development Authority.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
72/15
Briefing.
1977
72/16
Council Members Miller and Hill Questions and Responses.
1977
72/17
Design Directive.
1986
72/18
Employment Referral Service.
1988
73/1
Evaluation Committee.
1985
73/2
Financing.
1976
73/3
Financing.
1977
73/4
General Correspondence.
1976
73/5
General Correspondence.
1976
73/6
General Correspondence.
1977
73/7
General Correspondence.
1977
73/8
General Correspondence.
1979-1981
73/9
General Correspondence.
1982
73/10
General Correspondence.
1982
73/11
General Correspondence.
1984
73/12
General Correspondence.
1985
74/1
General Correspondence.
1985
74/2
General Correspondence.
1986
74/3
General Correspondence.
1986
74/4
General Correspondence.
1987
74/5
General Correspondence.
1987
74/6
General Correspondence.
1988
74/7
History and Briefing.
1977
74/8
KidsWalk Art Project.
1988
74/9
Management Use Guidelines.
1988
74/10
Metro Transit Station.
1984-1985
74/11
Monorail.
1979-1985
75/1
Monorail.
1986-1988
75/2
Opening Ceremonies.
1988
75/3
Paving.
1986-1988
75/4
Pine Street Closure.
1988
75/5
Proposed Development Authority.
1977
75/6
Project Prospectus.
1982
75/7
Recommendations and Report.
1982
75/8
Response to Draft Environmental Impact Statement.
1977
75/9
Rouse Company Contract Issues.
1984
75/10
Seattle Art Museum. Proposed Siting.
1976-1982
75/11
Seattle vs. Sherman Clay Company
1977-1982
75/12
Tenant and Business Relocation.
1977-1986
75/13
Utility Relocation.
1984
75/14
Utility Relocation.
1985
75/15
Westlake Development Authority.
1985
75/16
Westlake Park Design Program.
1985
75/17
WMBE-Minority Involvement.
1977-1988

Zoning, 1970-1990Return to Top

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The Zoning records deal with a wide variety of land use issues in Seattle and the City's comprehensive planning. The records document the planning for a project approach to zoning that broke the process into relatively manageable categories. These included individual zoning projects based on specific use of the land, thus focusing on major institutions, single family land use zones, multi-family land use zones, and neighborhood commercial areas.

In addition, these records deal with issues of annexation, parking, moorages, adults-only theater controls, skybridges, code interpretations, sign regulations, and street vacations. Also documented is the Citizen's Alternative Plan, a successful citizen initiative to restrict the height of new buildings constructed in the downtown area.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
75/18
Accessory Units (Mother-in-Law Apartments).
1981-1982
75/19
Adult-Only Theater Controls.
1976
75/20
Animal Shelters.
1977
75/21
Annexations.
1970
75/22
Artist Live-In Studios.
1976-1977
76/1
Board of Adjustment Decisions.
1979-1982
76/2
Bulk and Siting Issues.
1977
76/3
Business and Commercial Zones.
1981
76/4
CHG Lease of Air Rights.
1979
76/5
CHG - CG Zone Proposal.
1980
76/6
Citizens' Alternative Plan.
1988
76/7
Citizens' Alternative Plan.
1988
76/8
Citizens' Alternative Plan.
1989
76/9
Citizens' Alternative Plan. Alternatives.
1988
76/10
Code Interpretations.
1980-1982
76/11
Code Revisions.
1980-1982
76/12
Comprehensive Plan.
1976-1977
76/13
Comprehensive Plan. Soft Alternatives.
1981
76/14
Condominiums.
1979
76/15
Construction Limit Line and Equity Ordinance.
1977
76/16
Declaration of Non-Significance. Add-a-Rental Ordinance.
1982
77/1
Downtown Alternative Plan.
1981-1982
77/2
Zoning. Downtown Land Use Planning.
1984-1985
77/3
General Correspondence.
1976
77/4
General Correspondence.
1976
77/5
General Correspondence.
1977
77/6
General Correspondence.
1977
77/7
General Correspondence.
1980
77/8
General Correspondence.
1981
77/9
General Correspondence.
1981
77/10
General Correspondence.
1982
77/11
Growth Management.
1989
77/12
Hi-Rise Limits.
1976
77/13
Interim Zoning Controls.
1981-1982
78/1
J.C. Penny's Site Development.
1984
78/2
Land Use Planning.
1979-1982
78/3
Land Use Planning.
1985-1986
78/4
Major Institutions.
1980-1981
78/5
Major Institutions.
1982
78/6
Major Institutions.
1982
78/7
Major Institutions.
1984-1985
78/8
Major Institutions.
1986
78/9
Major Institutions.
1987
78/10
Major Institutions.
1988-1989
78/11
Major Institutions.
1990
78/12
Master Use Permit.
1980-1982
78/13
Moorages. Floating Homes. Equity Ordinance.
1979-1980
79/1
Multi-Family Land Use.
1980-1982
79/2
Multi-Family Land Use.
1985-1986
79/3
Neighborhood Commercial Areas.
1981
79/4
Neighborhood Commercial Areas.
1982
79/5
Neighborhood Commercial Areas.
1984
79/6
Parking Policy.
1976
79/7
Parking Study.
1978-1981
79/8
Queen Anne Proposed Rezone.
1976
79/9
Short Subdivisions.
1980
79/10
Sign Regulations.
1976-1979
79/11
Single Family Zones.
1981-1982
79/12
Skybridges.
1981
79/13
Street Vacations. Boat Street.
1975
80/1
Street Vacations. Post Alley.
1981-1982
80/2
Study of Problems with the Zoning Code.
1976
80/3
Transportation and Land Use Planning.
1983-1984
80/4
Transportation and Land Use Planning.
1984
80/5
Technical Assistance.
1976-1981
80/6
Wallingford Rezone.
1979

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • City planning--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Community development--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Economic development--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Environmental management--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Historic preservation--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Housing--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Land use, Urban--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Pike Place Market (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Urban renewal--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Zoning--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Personal Names :
  • Dupont-Johnson, Linda
  • Grothaus, Darel
  • Hornell, James
  • Moseley, David
  • Mosier, Dean
  • Schell, Paul, 1937-
  • Sun, Evelyn
  • Corporate Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.). Dept. of Community Development
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.)