Safeway site Public Hearing is set for July 7th. Scot Hein’s analysis of the project and history is available for review

Former City of Vancouver Senior Urban Designer Scot Hein presented an overview of the current state of the Safeway site Rezoning Application on June 6th, 2022 at our monthly GWAC Public Forum (click image to see the video of the presentation)

The Public Hearing for the development proposed for 1780 East Broadway on the Safeway Site will begin on Thursday, July 7th at 6pm. The agenda for this Public Hearing is up and it’s already possible to send in comments. Speaker registration for the meeting will open early in the morning on Friday, June 24th, and will be available by 8:30am. A “Request to Speak” button will be available once the speaker sign up is available on the agenda page.

Former City of Vancouver Senior Urban Designer Scot Hein presented an overview of the current state of the Safeway site Rezoning Application on June 6th, 2022 at our monthly GWAC Public Forum. This presentation is available in its entirety in the following video.

Further details about the rezoning application at 1780 E Broadway is in a staff policy report that was referred to Public Hearing earlier this month by City Council. The No Safeway Megatowers group also has further analysis on this rezoning application.

The Safeway Site Public Hearing will be in early July. GWAC Public Forum – Monday, June 6th at 7PM

GWAC Public Forum Monday, June 6th at 7PM

Where to Next? The Safeway Site Public Hearing will be in early July
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Former City of Vancouver Senior Urban Designer Scot Hein will present an overview of the current state of the Safeway site Rezoning Application (1780 E Broadway).

According to City planners, this three tower proposal will be sent to a Public Hearing around the beginning of July.

Find out more about this proposal and how to have your voice heard in the public hearing process.

The agenda page of the June 7 Regular Council Meeting includes a policy report will be considered for referral to a Public Hearing. If the majority on Council choose to refer this this report, then a Public Hearing will likely begin on July 5th or July 7th. You can read what planners are proposing by downloading this policy report.