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Station Area Planning Survey

Station area planning is an opportunity for the people who live, work, do business or own property in the vicinity of light rail stations to consider what light rail could mean to their community and to make a plan for the future. Please help city staff better understand the scope of issues for the plan by taking a few minutes to respond to the following questions.

  1. Though every neighborhood is unique, the following is a list of topics commonly included in station area plans. Using this list or adding your own items, what are the three most important things you would like to see studied in the plan for your area. Briefly explain why they are important. Note: City policy precludes land use changes in single-family and environmentally sensitive areas around the South Bellevue station and west of the East Main station.

     neighborhood character  local station access
     public spaces/parks  street and utility improvements
     redevelopment potential  parking
     natural environment  

  2. What, if anything, do you think will change for the surrounding community after the light rail station opoens? What changes would you like to see?


More information is available at Station Area Planning or you can contact Mike Kattermann (mkattermann@bellevuewa.gov, 425-452-2042) or Phil Harris (psharris@bellevuewa.gov, 425-452-7680).

Contact Information

450 110th Ave. N.E.
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Kate March
Phone: 425-452-2055
E-mail: kmarch@bellevuewa.gov

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