The locator allows you to view permitting activity in Seattle from July, 2005 to present using Microsoft's Virtual Earth mapping technology.
The City of Seattle's Design Review Program provides a forum for citizens, developers and the City to review and guide the design of qualifying commercial and multifamily development projects.
Here you can build, view, and print map displays using online Seattle GIS data; includes an integrated property research tool.
dpdINFO is designed to keep you on the cutting edge of Seattle development and planning issues. You can view past issues online, subscribe to a monthly reminder when dpdINFO becomes available online, or sign up to receive a printed version in the mail.
Land Use Information Bulletin
Public notice regarding land use activities in Seattle—permit applications, decisions, and other land use actions—is provided twice a week in DPD's Land Use Information Bulletin.
Community members worked with the City to update the North Beacon Hill, North Rainier, and MLK @ Holly Street (Othello) Neighborhood Plans (2009 / 2010), and Rainier Beach and Broadview-Bitter Lake-Haller Lake Neighborhood Plans (2010-2011). All five areas have high capacity transit investments and have experienced or is expecting significant growth.
Use our lists of projects to see if one is scheduled for your neighborhood. If so, use the project's "mini-site" to learn more about the study. Still have questions? The project's key contacts list will help you find the right person to talk to.