Northgate

Updated May 14th, 2021

What's happening now?

In October 2021 the Northgate Link Light Rail Station will open. Before the station opens, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is proposing to update curb parking regulations for the surrounding area to balance the needs of those who live, work, or visit the neighborhood with those who use the new station. SDOT has conducted a study on streets around the station and is proposing updates to some on-street parking in the area.  

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To take the survey, click here.

You may also submit comments or questions to northgatelinkparking@seattle.gov or by calling (206) 305-8029

 

Map of proposed curbspace changes around the new light rail station in Northgate

WHAT IS CHANGING?  

In order to prevent all-day parking by station commuters, SDOT is proposing to add 2-hour time limits along 3rd Ave NE, 4th Ave NE, and NE 97th St, as shown on the map. Existing loading zones will reviewed and maintained unless otherwise notified. If you would like to request a new loading zone, please reach out to northgatelinkparking@seattle.gov.  

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?  

SDOT is taking feedback on proposed curbspace changes. Please complete this survey by June 7, 2021 if you would to comment or receive project updates.  

Survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/NorthgateLinkParking  

You may also submit comments or questions to northgatelinkparking@seattle.gov or (206) 305-8029

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