Seattle Center is planning to modernize its campus-wide signage program. The new signs are designed to improve wayfinding and communication, unify and declutter the aesthetic of the campus, and support Seattle Center’s continued success as a year-round destination for activities and events.
In compliance with Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), Seattle Center evaluated the potential environmental impacts of the proposed sign package and the proposed sign code amendment. After reaching the conclusion that the proposals would not result in significant adverse environmental impacts, Seattle Center issued a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS), which was published on Monday, April 5. All interested parties are welcome to download and review the published documents using the links below:
The project was presented to the Seattle Design Commission on March 18, 2021, and received the Commission’s overall support.