On Monday, July 23 the City Council will hear the recommendations of the Central Waterfront Committee about how to redesign the Downtown Seattle waterfront. The Central Waterfront Committee was created by the Council in Resolution 31264 to “advise the City on designing, developing and managing a series of premiere public spaces on the Central Waterfront and the broader connections necessary to reconnect the Central Waterfront to the City.”
The Central Waterfront Committee presentation contains an overview of their design and funding recommendations. The Strategic Plan includes more detail about their proposed timeline and recommendations.
In addition, Monday’s meeting will include a summary of the proposed design.
Last Monday the Council received a high-level Waterfront Design Presentation from City Staff.