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Comment Period for Garden District PUD

**UPDATE**

Here are the comments SNC submitted to the City on the current proposal. We will keep you updated on their response and any upcoming additional comment periods.


They City is taking comments on the Garden District PUD, including the Crestline Connection until Tuesday, July 31st.

The City has uploaded all of the relevant documents for the public’s review on this website: https://my.spokanecity.org/projects/garden-district-pud/

You can see the proposed site plan (without the connector), review the SEPA report, and in a separate document see the traffic impacts in the Trip Generation Letter (though the report shows the impacts with the connector, not the revised plan without it).

This is the revised site plan showing no connection of Crestline to Southeast Blvd.

This is the Agency and Department Comment Period. There will be additional chances to comment during the public comment period, during the Hearing Examiner review of the PUD application, and at the Plan Commission and City Council when they consider the recently added Comp Plan Amendment to remove the Crestline connector from the City’s Arterial Street Map.

You can send your comments this round to Tami Palmquist at the City’s Planning Department: tpalmquist@spokanecity.org. They need to be in by 5pm on Tuesday, July 31st.

 

Garden District Development Design Review

The City of Spokane Design Review Board (DRB) will hold a Collaborative Workshop on the proposed Garden District project on Wednesday, April 25th at 5:30pm in the Council Briefing Chamber at City Hall. This is the development proposed for the Sonneland Property near 29th and Southeast Boulevard.

This meeting is open to the public and public comments will be taken by the board. You can also submit comments ahead of time to the DRB Community Assembly representative, Kathy Lang, or to City Urban Designer, Omar Akkari.

For more information on this project and the proposed site plan visit: https://static.spokanecity.org/documents/bcc/boards/design-review-board/agendas/2018/04/drb-agenda-2018-04-25.pdf

The City recommends people align their comments with the City code related to design requirements for Planned Unit Development (PUD) projects found here: https://my.spokanecity.org/smc/?Chapter=17G.070 (sections 100-150).