Project Documents

Climate Vulnerability Assessment

This study by Cascadia Consulting Group provides a detailed assessment of how climate change is already affecting and will continue to affect community well-being, economy, health, infrastructure and natural systems of the city. It supports the development of specific climate-related policies in the One Seattle Comprehensive Plan.

One Seattle Plan Community Meetings Report

From November 2022 to January 2023, we held five in-person community meetings (plus one online meeting) to discuss our Comprehensive Plan update and to gather feedback to help shape the plan.

Our report shares what we heard during these engagement events. 

One Seattle Plan Community Meeting Materials

Each document contains an overview of the plan and presentation boards used for the five community meetings we are hosting from November 2022 to January 2023. Visit our Engagement Hub for more information about our meetings.

Seattle Comprehensive Plan

One Seattle Plan Overview

Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

An EIS is a document that provides information about potential environmental impacts and mitigating measures from a proposal to inform the decision-making process. The scoping report summarizes what we've heard and how we are updating the proposed approach to analysis.

Additional documents that were released before and during the scoping process:

Other ways to submit comments:

Racial Equity Analysis (July 2021)

We worked with Seattle residents and research non-profit PolicyLink to prepare a preliminary racial equity analysis of our existing plan, Seattle 2035, and the Urban Village strategy.

Market-rate Housing Needs and Supply Analysis  (April 2021)

This report produced by BERK Consulting provides detailed analysis of our current market-rate housing needs and supply as well as projected changes over the next 20 years. The intent of this work is to estimate potential housing supply shortages by housing types and affordability levels.

Planning and Community Development

Rico Quirindongo, Director
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 94788, Seattle, WA, 98124-7088
Phone: (206) 386-1010

The Office of Planning and Community Development (OPCD) develops policies and plans for an equitable and sustainable future. We partner with neighborhoods, businesses, agencies and others to bring about positive change and coordinate investments for our Seattle communities.