There are several items on the agenda for tonight’s Ballard District Council meeting that we wanted to pass along.
The Compass Center is the first item on the agenda. They own the now-vacant lot at 1753 NW 56 St. As we’ve reported before, their plans are to build an 80-unit facility to provide affordable housing for persons transitioning from homelessness.
Also on the agenda is Lise Ward from the Parks Department with an update on the 2008 Seattle Parks Green Space Levy and the opportunity to develop a new park in Ballard.
Bill Bryant with SDOT will be discussing the Market/45th Street Transit Corridor Improvements which addresses the east/west transit efficiency between Ballard and U District.
The entire agenda can be found here. The meeting starts tonight at 7 p.m. These meetings are open to the public. Public input and questions are encouraged.