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Neighborhood Plan

The Georgetown Neighborhood Plan was developed by residents and business owners in Georgetown between 1996-1999.  The Plan was adopted by Seattle City Council in 2000.  Major accomplishments of the plan include acquisition and development of Oxbow Park, moving and restoring the historic Hat n Boots structures, development of a neighborhood P-Patch, construction of traffic circles on our residentail streets, and development of community space in the historic Old Georgetown City Hall.

Since 2000, Georgetown has undertaken several community visioning exercises to supplement our neighborhood plan.  These include:

  • Airport Way Visioning
  • Duwamish River Visioning

Within the next five years, Georgetown anticipates the opportunity to update its neighborhood plan to reflect changing land use and transportation patterns and harness new opportunities to improve the livability of our historic neighborhood.

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