New Arbor Heights Elementary: Community update meeting June 2nd

May 20, 2014 at 5:47 pm | In Arbor Heights, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 1 Comment

(Rendering of new Arbor Heights Elementary)
If you’re interested in the new Arbor Heights Elementary School, your next chance to get project updates, and to get questions answered in person, is less than two weeks away. Seattle Public Schools has announced a community meeting for Monday, June 2nd, 6:30-8 pm at the current AHES.

The meeting will be presented by representatives of Seattle Public Schools BEX IV capital projects team and Bassetti Architects, and will include information about the project’s building and site design. You will be able to learn more about the project’s scope of work and construction schedule. You will be able to share comments and ask questions.

Meantime, we’re still awaiting word of a ruling on the appeal of the project’s no-formal-environmental-review-needed decision (here’s our coverage of the May 8th hearing).

1 Comment

  1. The traffic mess with two new schools within blocks of each (Arbor Hgts & Westside) is going to be nightmare for the home owners on 34th and 35th Ave SW. The land use portion of the permit on Westside doesn’t detail this at all…traffic on 34th & 35th north/south is going to be awful with two schools when its completed!

    Comment by nativegurl — 3:26 pm June 2, 2014 #

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