UW students tap wisdom of Greenwood-Phinney Greenways

Greenwood Phinney Greenways meets UW Landscape classFor the second year, students of UW Landscape Architecture Professor Julie Johnson have made Seattle Neighborhood Greenways the focus of their studio work. This year, the focus on Greenwood-Phinney Greenways centers around safe streets, and, in particular, how to design safer streets in places without sidewalks. We know this 2014 UW class will bring great solutions to Greenwood-Phinney Greenways! In 2013, Landscape Architecture 402 students worked on a design plan …

Take Action and sign our budget petition!

Every year for the past three years, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways has submitted an annual list of priority routes and intersections to the City of Seattle. You can review our success in funding our priority greenways here. In 2014, we decided to focus solely on intersections. Our process We have chosen to focus on intersections because we firmly believe that family-friendly intersections are the foundation of a well-loved and well-used …

Vigil Walk for Trevon Holden 8/5/13

A family and community are devastated as 15-year-old Trevon Crease-Holden fights for his life with a head injury after being struck by a hit-and-run driver on Friday, July 19. The Rainier Valley community is gathering on Monday, August 5 at 5:30pm the QFC on Rainier, 2707 Rainier Ave S, and walking four blocks to the site of the tragedy at MLK and South Walden Street. Trevon's mother, Quianna Holden and …

Mayoral Candidate Forum on Livable Streets July 1

  Mayoral Forum on Livable Streets July 1 2013 Moderators: Tom Fucoloro (Central Seattle Greenways, Seattle Bike Blog) and Deb Salls (Rainier Valley Greenways, Bike Works Director). Introduced by Gordon Padelford, Central …