City Center Plan Update Project

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During the next several months, the City will be updating the City Center Plan.  In order to refresh the twenty-year vision of the Plan, the City is seeking input from residents and stakeholders on an updated strategy to guide growth in the area that can better meet the needs of SeaTac in the twenty-first century.

Project News

Request for Proposal (RFP) 
Proposal due date was 4/22/2019.  
RFP:  City Center Subarea Plan Update Phase 1.

City Center Questionnaire Now Available Click "Here"

Community Engagement Activities

Tyee High School Student Project
On Friday, 4/5/2019, students from Tyee High School’s Advanced Marketing Class gave a presentation on Rebranding and Placemaking in the City Center.   The presentation describes how students worked with SeaTac Planning staff on various activities including creating infographics, collecting questionnaires and doing a “walking audit” to learn about the area.  This student project is one of multiple community engagement efforts City staff is undertaking as part of the City Center Plan Update Project. 
4/5/2019:  Presentation at City Hall
4/5/2019:  Information Boards for City Hall Student Presentation

Project Resources 

City Center & Related Plans & Codes
City Center Plan (1999)
Chapter 15.300 SMC:  City Center Overlay District
SeaTac/Airport Station Area Plan (former)
Comprehensive Plan Web Page
Selected Land Use & Community Design Policies

Economic & Market Studies
1998 City Center Market Review & Assessment of TOD Opportunities
2005 SeaTac/Airport Station Area Action Plan Market Analysis
2009 SeaTac/Airport Station Area Economic Benefit Study
2010 SeaTac/Airport Station Area Market Study
2012 Angle Lake Station Area (S 200th) Market Study
2018 Port of Seattle Airport Economic Impact Study

Transportation & Urban Design Studies
SeaTac/Airport Station Area Traffic Impact Memo
SeaTac/Airport Station Area Intersection Operations Memo
Draft Urban Design Report

PSRC Growing Transit Communities Compact Resolution
Opportunity Zone Map
Opportunity Zone Information Sheet
Noise Contour Map

More Information

To find out more about this project and how to get involved, please contact Senior Planner Kate Kaehny at 206.973.4834 or