North Highline Subarea Plan Phase 2 Survey
King County is currently writing its North Highline Subarea Plan, which will guide development in the neighborhoods of White Center, Glendale/Boulevard Park, and the South Park “Sliver by the River” over the next 20 years. The plan focuses on zoning, long-term land use, and issues like housing, commercial and industrial areas, and community character. From July to October 2019, planners worked with community members to identify their values, priorities, and vision for their neighborhoods. Planners have developed initial proposals based on the community’s input. The purpose of this survey is to get feedback on those proposals.

A document with images of some examples of the building types referenced in this survey is available at https://bit.ly/35mgBEF.

For more information, please visit our project website at www.kingcounty.gov/northhighlineplan
How long have you lived in North Highline (White Center, Glendale/Boulevard Park, and the South Park “Sliver by the River”)?
Do you own or rent your residence?
What do you consider to be your neighborhood?
A vision statement is a description of what community members want their neighborhood to be like in the future. Based on community feedback, County planners drafted this vision statement for the North Highline Land Use Subarea Plan:
North Highline is a diverse, inclusive, and family-friendly community that supports a thriving small business community, enjoys proximity to urban amenities and green space, and provides opportunities for people of all socioeconomic backgrounds to live, work, and thrive.
Please share your thoughts about this draft vision statement.
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Community members expressed concern about the increasing cost of housing. One way to address housing affordability is to allow more housing units like apartments, townhouses, and single-family homes to be built than is currently allowed.
Which of these policies to allow more housing units in the White Center downtown core (on or around 16th Avenue SW) would you support? (check all that apply)
Which of these policies to allow more housing units in areas where there are mostly single-family homes would you support? (check all that apply)
Additional Comments
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16th Avenue SW between SW Roxbury Street and SW 100th Street is a designated “pedestrian area” (page 2 of https://bit.ly/35mgBEF). Buildings in this area are required to be more pedestrian-friendly. Would you like to see this area expanded, reduced, or kept the same?
Most buildings in the White Center downtown core (on or around 16th Avenue SW) are one or two stories tall. For the 16th Avenue SW core “pedestrian area” (page 2 of https://bit.ly/35mgBEF), which of these policies would you support? (check all that apply)
For the White Center downtown area outside the 16th Avenue SW core “pedestrian area” (page 2 of https://bit.ly/35mgBEF), which of these policies would you support? (check all that apply)
Additional Comments
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Do you have any questions or comments about how these proposed changes might affect members of the community? If so, ask them here or contact us at dgoodman@kingcounty.gov or 206-263-3595.
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Are there any groups of people who could be negatively impacted by these types of policies? If so, please list them here or contact us at dgoodman@kingcounty.gov or 206-263-3595 to discuss outreach to these groups.
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Are there individuals or groups we should connect with to better understand their perspective as we develop these proposals? If so, please list them here or contact us at dgoodman@kingcounty.gov or 206-263-3595 to discuss outreach to these individuals or groups.
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