Skip to main content


Seattle City Council Bills and Ordinances

Information modified on August 12, 2015; retrieved on June 5, 2023 5:31 AM

Ordinance 14267

Introduced as Council Bill 171


An Ordinance providing for the opening, altering, widening, extending and establishing of Ewing Street, in the City of Seattle, as a public street and highway, beginning at the intersection of Phinney Avenue and Ewing Street; thence Northwesterly over and across certain Lots, Blocks and tracts of land in Denny & Hoyt's Addition to the City of Seattle, and Ross' Addition to the City of Seattle, and the Northwest Quarter of Section Thirteen (13), Township Twenty-five (25) North, Range Three (3) East, to the North line produced Easterly of Lot One (1), Block One (1), Seattle Tide Lands, the same being the boundary line between the Cities of Seattle and Ballard; and providing for the taking and damaging of land and other property necessary therefor, and for the ascertainment and payment of the just compensation to be made for the private property to be taken or damaged for said purpose, and for an assessment upon the property benefited for the purpose of making such compensation.

Description and Background

Current Status:Passed

Legislative History

Date Introduced:April 10, 1906
Committee Referral:Streets
City Council Action Date:September 17, 1906
City Council Action:Passed
Date Delivered to Mayor:September 11, 1906
Date Signed by Mayor:
(About the signature date)
September 26, 1906
Date Filed with Clerk:September 26, 1906
Signed Copy:PDF scan of Ordinance No. 14267
A scanned (pdf) copy of this document is available using the above link. If you are unable to open the file, you may view this document at the Office of the City Clerk. If you are unable to visit the Clerk's Office, you may request a copy or scan be made for you by Clerk staff. Scans and copies provided by the Office of the City Clerk are subject to copy fees, and the timing of service is dependent on the availability of staff.