Category Archives: Public Notices

9076 Holman Road Development Applies For Master Use Permit

The developers of the scheduled 9076 Holman Road project are applying for a Master Use Permit for their project. Over 30 neighborhood residents attended the Early Design Guidance hearings for the project in 2007 and 2008. Concerns were expressed about design elements, the facade facing Holman, parking, driveways, traffic, noise, etc.  Many of those concerns were incorporated into the instructions to the developer from the guidance committee, and addressed in subsequent iterations of the proposal. The project received a go-ahead to apply for a Master Use Permit at the second EDG meeting.

9076 Holman Rd site
9076 Holman Rd site as seen looking Southwest from the 13th Ave NW overpass. 13th Ave is on the left. 14th Ave is to the right of the white building on the right. (click for larger image)

In the picture above, the grey house, the house behind it, and the white building (currently Queen Anne Auto Body) are all scheduled for demolition. The project will extend from 13th to 14th, fronting along Holman Road.

9076 Holman Rd Development Diagram
9076 Holman Rd Development Site Plot (Click to enlarge)

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Holman Road Median Study Meeting

December 10, 2009 at 7:00pm
Journey Church , 9204 11th Ave NW

On Thursday, December 10 at 7:00pm the Crown Hill Neighborhood Association and the Crown Hill Business Association will host a community meeting to review designs for a series of planted medians for a section of the Holman Road / 15th Ave NW corridor.  Produced by a team of students from the University of Washington’s Community, Environment, and Planning Program, these designs reflect the feedback received from over 290 Crown Hill residents through an online survey, as well as conversations with SDOT, Metro transit officials, and business owners along the corridor.

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Mayor-elect McGinn Wants Your Input

Mayor-elect Mike McGinn will be holding a town hall meeting, Monday, Nov. 30 in north Seattle to give people a chance to share their thoughts about the future direction of Seattle.

7-9 p.m., Nov. 30
Northgate Community Center
10510 – 5th Ave. NE.

There will be three town hall meetings, one each in the North, Central and South of Seattle.

For more information on the transition team and your opportunity for input, please see: