The Seattle City Council and the Planning Commission hosted a reception earlier this evening to celebrate the release of the long-awaited Seattle Transit Communities report. The report identifies 41 locations in Seattle that have the potential to become great walkable, livable, urban neighborhoods, each served by high quality transit. For each location, recommendations are provided for zoning, redevelopment potential, public services and pedestrian and bicycling routes. The report builds upon the urban village planning designations and the neighborhood plans. The recommendations could be implemented by City Council through comprehensive plan amendments or zoning ordinances (urban village overlays), or by City staff through departmental capital improvement funds. Find out what is recommended for your neighborhood by reading the report available here. I know I will.