Featured Projects

Shoreline Street Ends Capital Projects Outreach

Client: Seattle Department of Transportation
Broadview Planning and its team of sub consultants is leading public engagement for Seattle’s Shoreline Street Ends, a program focused on improving waterfront access at public rights-of-way abutting the Duwamish River, Lake Washington, and Lake Union.

ULoo Feasibility Study

Client: University District Partnership
In partnership with SvR Design, Broadview Planning led the public engagement process to site a public restroom in Seattle’s U-District neighborhood.

Strategic Business & Technology Planning

Client: Seattle Municipal Court
Broadview Planning facilitated a community-informed visioning process to plan for long-term business and technology improvements throughout Seattle’s criminal justice system.

Central Ballard Public Restroom Siting and Design

Client: Seattle Department of Transportation
With the Ballard Chamber of Commerce, Broadview Planning led the community engagement process to design and site a new public restroom in Seattle’s central Ballard neighborhood. The extensive public outreach effort included stakeholder interviews, developing options with an Advisory Committee, creating a project website and outreach materials, and conducting a wide-reaching community survey.

Leo Street P-Patch Permitting & Construction Management

Client: City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Andrea is leading the permitting process that includes SEPA analysis and change-of-use permitting for a new community garden. In addition to the permitting process, the project scope includes construction management and developing a best practices report for ongoing permitting needs for the P-Patch Community Gardening Program.

Developing Heat Scenario Pilot Projects in Underserved Neighborhoods

Client: City of Seattle Office of Sustainability and Environment
This nnovative pilot project tested existing strategies and social networks in two South Seattle neighborhoods in order to find opportunities to implement community-driven solutions and leverage City resources more strategically.