Annie Hindenlang

Planning Manager at Seattle Parks and Recreation

Annie Hindenlang has a broad depth of experience with municipal and regional planning in evolving and challenging urban environments. This experience has resulted in a wide range of knowledge including brownfield remediation, public financing, economic development, comprehensive planning, open space planning and development, project and process management, and neighborhood reinvestment. She considers herself a quality-of-life planner that seeks to creatively solve problems through consensus building respectful of diverse needs and populations.

She is a proud Hokie–graduating from Virginia Tech in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, a Bachelor of Arts in English, and a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Planning. She finished her Master of Urban and Regional Planning at Rutgers’ Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy in 2012 with a certificate in historic preservation.

She is currently serving as the Planning Manager in the Planning and Capital Development Branch of Seattle Parks and Recreation where she’s able to apply these skills to meaningful, cutting-edge work that supports healthy people, a thriving environment and vibrant community in Seattle.


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Tuesday, June 25
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