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Waterfront
Special features and programs focus on Seattle's Waterfront.  

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Seattle News NOW: 5/30/14 5/30/2014
The public gets their chance weighs in a police chief pick, plus a summer break in seawall constructions means more parking for tourists, and get out and play – in your street. It`s a new program that shuts down traffic and encourages residents to get out and play. These stories and more are coming up next on Seattle News NOW.
Seawall Project Update 5/22/2014
Seawall project staff and Bob Davidson of the Seattle Aquarium hold a press conference on seawall progress to date and final preparations for the summer.
Seattle Speaks: Wade Into the Waterfront 4/29/2014
Local leaders, critics and stakeholders dive into a discussion about plans for a new Seattle waterfront. Learn more about the financial feasibility of the project, the impact a new waterfront could have on traffic congestion, and the public`s top priorities for this major redesign of Seattle`s gateway to Elliott Bay. Host Brian Callanan moderated the live, televised community forum at Town Hall with panelists including Crosscut`s Knute Berger; Bob Donegan, president of Ivar`s Inc; Maggie Walker, co-chair of the Executive Committee of the Central Waterfront Committee; and Marshall Foster, city of Seattle planning director.
Town Square: Waterfront 2020 - The Latest on Waterfront Design 3/5/2014
Presentations on the latest waterfront design from Marshall Foster, Jared Smith and James Corner.
Seattle Voices with Maggie Walker 12/17/2013
Maggie Walker was born in New Jersey, graduated from UW in History and Journalism. For over 20 years, she has focused on philanthropic, non-profit and civic work, particularly major public private partnerships.
Seattle News NOW 7/12/13 7/12/2013
Take a few minutes and catch up on this week`s news with Seattle News NOW. Find out how residents can pay for city services easier with the new Customer Service Center. Plus, what does a shutdown of several waterfront businesses mean for the seawall construction and how you can get fresh organic produce while supporting P-Patches. Those stories and more are on this week`s Seattle News NOW.
The Waterfront Seattle Street and Transit Update 6/26/2013
An interactive update on Alaskan Way design and options for waterfront transit.The project team will share street design and local waterfront transit updates for community feedback.
Pecha Kucha Seattle v. 40: I Cover the Waterfront 11/29/2012
Seattle is in the process of re-imagining its waterfront. This event brings together presentations focusing on all aspects of the waterfront -- its history, happenings and its future.
Seattle News NOW 11/9/12 11/9/2012
This week on Seattle News NOW: what`s next for the seawall rebuild project; bike master plan open houses and City Light crews work to restore power in New York City to get the lights back on to Hurricane Sandy victims. These stories and more are on Seattle News NOW.
City Inside/Out Local Issues: Proposition 1: Seawall 10/24/2012
Seattle`s central waterfront seawall is seismically vulnerable. Proposition 1 is a $290 million bond measure that would replace part of it.
CityStream: The Great Wheel 9/13/2012
There`s a new landmark down at Seattle`s waterfront. It`s not only changing the skyline of the City, but it`s also bringing a boost to businesses in the area. Check out the Great Wheel of Seattle.
CityStream: Waterfront Innovation 9/13/2012
A new attraction on Pier 57 serves up more than just scenic views, it`s literally helping to keep the wheels of the waterfront economy turning. And while the job market may have taken a dive, "help wanted" signs can be found along our working waterfront. Find out how the maritime industry is making waves in Seattle. Then, commerce and innovation were the buzz at the 1962 Seattle World`s Fair and they`re a driving theme of the Next 50 celebration, but the city`s long innovative streak dates back to 1853. Join host Nicole Sanchez on Seattle`s beautiful waterfront for the season premiere of CityStream.
CityStream: Maritime Industry 7/31/2012
Seattle is a maritime town. While residents and visitors may just enjoy the view, those who work in the industry know it`s a vital resource for the Emerald City. While the job market may have taken a tumble in recent months, the ‘Help Wanted` sign is out along the waterfront. Penny LeGate tells us how the maritime industry is booming in Seattle and how you can get in on the action on the water.
Waterfront Into Focus 7/12/2012
Local dignitaries join the celebration as a new milestone is reached in Seattle`s waterfront`s history - the conceptual design has come into focus and now now it`s time for the next steps.
Cute Animal Alert: Otter fun 7/13/2012
Photographer Matt Peterson was recently shooting low tide footage when this little guy came into the shot. He`s just simply trying to stay cool like the rest of us!
Cute Animal Alert: Otter fun 7/13/2012
Photographer Matt Peterson was recently shooting low tide footage when this little guy came into the shot. He`s just simply trying to stay cool like the rest of us!
Cute Animal Alert: Otter fun 7/13/2012
Photographer Matt Peterson was recently shooting low tide footage when this little guy came into the shot. He`s just simply trying to stay cool like the rest of us!
Making Plans for the Seattle Central Waterfront 4/5/2012
The League of Women Voters presents a forum on the Seattle Central Waterfront Plans.
City Inside/Out Local Issues: Waterfront 3/30/2012
What`s your vision for the Seattle Waterfront? We take a look at ideas old and new as the city crafts a whole new look for itself.
City Inside/Out: Envisioning Seattle`s Waterfront 3/30/2012
For the past year, the city has hosted community forums to explore the future of the waterfront after the Alaskan Way Viaduct comes down. What priorities have emerged? Which ideas are getting the most buzz? What would a dynamic public space along Elliott Bay look like? The viaduct is scheduled to come down in 2016, after the waterfront tunnel is completed, which will provide a unique opportunity to re-think Seattle`s waterfront. In the next few months, a concept design will be delivered to city leaders. How will they balance the myriad competing needs? What do citizens want? What are waterfront businesses most concerned about? We pay a visit to a longtime waterfront institution, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop on Pier 54, and hear from fourth-generation owner Andy James. We also get perspective from Marshall Foster, City of Seattle Planning Director; Maggie Walker, co-chair of the Waterfront Committee; and Cary Moon, director of the People`s Waterfront Coalition. How different will the waterfront look in five years?
Waterfront Community Forum: Uniquely Seattle 3/14/2012
Seattle`s waterfront has a rich context and history. This discussion asks how we can design it to reflect the uniqueness of the place and speak to our past, present and future.
Waterfront Community Forum: Climate and Context 1/31/2012
First in a series of informal discussions focused on giving the community some "hands on" time with the current design and a platform for providing robust feedback.
Waterfront Seattle Design Update & Idea Sharing Event 10/27/2011
Seattle`s Department of Transportation present an update on the Waterfront Seattle design at an event at the Bell Harbor Conference Center.
Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure Informational Open House 10/12/2011
City and County councilmembers answer questions from residents affected by the upcoming nine day closure of SR 99 Alaska Way Viaduct.
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project and Central Waterfront Planning Committee 9/6/2011
Briefing on Final Environmental Impact Statement, Record of Decision, Notice to Proceed 2, and Project Update.
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Special Comm. Mtg. 06-16-11 6/16/2011
Agenda Items: Public Comment, Central Waterfront Committee Update and Initial Design Directions for the Waterfront
Seattle Waterfront Initial Design Directions Event 5/19/2011
The Central Waterfront Committee presents initial design directions for the redevelopment of Seattle`s Waterfront.
Central Waterfront Committee 4/21/2011
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Alaskan Way Viaduct Press Conference 3/31/2011
Five councilmembers join the Governor, King County Executive Dow Constantine and other regional leaders for a press conference on the Alaskan Way Viaduct.
City Inside/Out: Seattle`s Waterfront 3/18/2011
The Alaskan Way Viaduct is scheduled to be demolished by 2016, if not sooner, and planning is underway to envision a new public space along Elliott Bay. What should the new waterfront look like? And will a dramatic re-design draw more locals and tourists to the area? We get some perspective from People`s Waterfront Coalition co-founder Cary Moon and Ivar`s CEO Bob Donegan. In our studio, we hear from city planning director Marshall Foster, Waterfront Partnerships Committee co-chair Maggie Walker and People for Puget Sound`s Heather Trim about the latest developments in this multi-million dollar effort.
Seattle Waterfront Kick-Off Celebration 2/17/2011
The city of Seattle and the Central Waterfront Committee publicly kick-off the project to redevelop Seattle`s Waterfront.
Seattle Voices with Cary Moon 2/8/2011
Cary Moon is director of People`s Waterfront Coalition, an organization to achieve a great civic space on Seattle`s downtown waterfront and a sustainable solution for viaduct replacement. She is a landscape and urban designer and former engineer.
Special Committee on the Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project and Central Waterfront Planning 1/31/2011
Agenda Items: SR 99 Deep Bored Tunnel Design-Build Contract and Engineering Review Update, Proposed SR 99 Bored Tunnel Agreements.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 1/26/2011
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 12/16/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 10/28/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 9/30/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Reshaping Seattle`s Central Waterfront 9/15/2010
Four consultants deliver their final presentations at Benaroya Hall for the Seattle central waterfront.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 8/19/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement 7/19/2010
Agenda Items: Public Comment, Proposed SR 99 Bored Tunnel Agreements, Proposed Bored Tunnel Downtown Traffic Access, Impacts, and Tools.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 7/12/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 6/17/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Central Waterfront Partnerships Committee 5/20/2010
The committee will advise the Mayor and Council on effective models for the management, programming and use of new public spaces on the Central Waterfront. It will look at best practices from other cities, the unique challenges and opportunities we face in Seattle, and recommend the partnerships and strategies essential to succeeding with such a complex public project. The committee will not address design issues, but will recommend a process to engage the public in designing new public spaces.
Committee on Central Waterfront Partnerships 1/21/2010
Second meeting of the Committee for Central Waterfront Partnerships. Meeting agenda, presentations and other materials can be viewed online at: http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/centralwaterfront/
Committee on Central Waterfront Partnerships 12/16/2009
The first meeting of a new committee tasked by Council ordinance to look at ways to manage the new waterfront public spaces created after the viaduct is down.
Viaduct/Tunnel Animation 9/7/2006
This animation displays, from the viewer's perspective, what a ride on the proposed Tunnel replacement for the Alaskan Way Viaduct would look like.
Eccentric Seattle: Ivar Haglund, The Captain of Kitsch 3/8/2005
In this episode of Eccentric Seattle, we'll "keep clam" with folk singer, restaurateur and much loved "Mayor of the Waterfront" Ivar Haglund.
Maritime Seattle 9/27/2004
Take an in-depth look at the industrial/maritime industry in Seattle with producer Jeff Gentes. Award Winning Video: 2005 National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) Government Programming First Place Award for Public Affairs
Central Waterfront Forum 6/28/2003
Public Forum Number One in Support of a Central Waterfront Plan





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