Interim Director of the Office of Planning and Community Development | City of Seattle
As the Interim Director of the Office of Planning and Community Development for the City of Seattle, Rico Quirindongo, AIA, has been working for 25 years to revitalize and reimagine some of Seattle’s most historic landmarks and neighborhoods. He is an active AIA volunteer, serving as AIA Seattle president from 2012 to 2013 and as a board director from 2009 to 2014. Quirindongo’s civic experience includes a five-year mayoral appointment to the Historic Seattle Council. He was recognized by AIA National as a Citizen Architect in 2020 and is a Northwest and Pacific Regional Representative on the national AIA Strategic Council. He is a recognized expert on civic projects and city-convened taskforces to create and execute processes for inclusive and authentic engagement. Notable projects where he has provided design and community engaged leadership include Northwest African American Museum, Climate Pledge Arena, and Midtown Square in the Central District.
2021 Intersections Research Conference co-chair.
Courses with Rico:
Post-Pandemic Communities - Building Stronger Communities1.00 LU
- Your Discounted Price: $45
- Course Price: $45 / Member Price: $30