Announcing King County for Everyone

Along with our partners, we are excited to announce the launch of King County for Everyone (KC4E), a broad coalition network of organizations and individuals working to build a future where everyone, regardless of income level or background, has access to a safe, stable, and affordable home. KC4E represents the regional evolution of the work by Seattle for Everyone to push for access to more housing in every income group, subsidy and support for affordable housing, and equitable development strategies. This expanded approach recognizes that local and regional housing affordability and equity issues are inextricably connected.

We believe that no single sector, funding source, policy, or jurisdiction can solve our ongoing housing affordability and equity crisis on its own. We can only succeed in a diverse network of people and organizations committed to all that abundant housing intersects with: affordability, community stability, racial equity, environmental sustainability, access to jobs and amenities, and transportation investments.

If you’d like to learn more about building a King County for Everyone and taking action, check out this link: https://kingcountyforeveryone.org/

Announcing King County for Everyone

Along with our partners, we are excited to announce the launch of King County for Everyone (KC4E), a broad coalition network of organizations and individuals working to build a future where everyone, regardless of income level or background, has access to a safe, stable, and affordable home. KC4E represents the regional evolution of the work by Seattle for Everyone to push for access to more housing in every income group, subsidy and support for affordable housing, and equitable development strategies. This expanded approach recognizes that local and regional housing affordability and equity issues are inextricably connected.

We believe that no single sector, funding source, policy, or jurisdiction can solve our ongoing housing affordability and equity crisis on its own. We can only succeed in a diverse network of people and organizations committed to all that abundant housing intersects with: affordability, community stability, racial equity, environmental sustainability, access to jobs and amenities, and transportation investments.

If you’d like to learn more about building a King County for Everyone and taking action, check out this link: https://kingcountyforeveryone.org/

Meet Brooke Frickleton, Deputy Legal Director!

  Futurewise is thrilled to welcome Brooke Frickleton to our team as our new Deputy Legal Director! Brooke will be working with our long-time staff attorney, Director of Planning & Law Tim Trohimovich, on the upcoming comprehensive plan updates. Tell … Continue reading

Kate Brunette
April 22, 2024

March 2024 Executive Director Note – The Seattle Comprehensive Plan Needs Your Help

I have a rule at Futurewise: don’t focus on Seattle. There are so many great places across the state where important planning decisions are being made. Many of those places and decisions get too little attention from the media and … Continue reading

Marcella Buser
April 1, 2024