Entries for date "2021"

Upcoming Spring Events

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Stay connected with the Seattle Neighborhood Greenways community by joining us for one of these upcoming video-conferencing events and meetings:

Neighborhood Groups Monthly Meetups. Citywide, and throughout the month of April. Contact us directly at [email protected] for the Zoom conference call details:

West Seattle Bike Connections Monthly Meeting. Tuesday, April 7th, 6:30pm – 8:00 pm. Video-conferencing via Zoom.

Central Seattle Greenways Monthly Meeting. Monday, April 13th, 6:00pm …

6th Avenue NW Greenway Project Proves “Yes We Can!”

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In November 2019, the first leg of the 6th Avenue Neighborhood Greenway gained funding via the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Your Voice Your Choice program. In 2020, 6th Avenue NW, between NW 43rd and NW 50th Streets, will become a designated right-of-way, with bicycle-friendly speed humps, stop signs at east/west-bound intersections, and 20 mph speed limit signs. People riding bikes can connect to the Burke Gilman Trail at NW …

Fixing the Pedestrian Safety Crisis

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We can and must keep everyone safe on our streets. This morning, Mayor Durkan outlined four excellent and long overdue strategies to get back on track. Join us and send a letter to the Mayor and other elected leaders thanking them for their leadership and ask them act quickly to implement safer speed limits, redesign our most dangerous streets, and get Vision Zero back on track.

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We are in the …

4 Ways Neighbors Reclaimed Their Streets This Year

Franklin High School Students Engage with Neighborhood Plan in Mt. Baker

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We worked with our partners at the Mt Baker Hub and created a well attended workshop for Franklin High School students to dig into Accessible Mt Baker and get engaged in envisioning the future of their neighborhood. This is part of a community driven effort to create a neighborhood that is sustainable, affordable, diverse, and thriving.We also financially supported …

8 BIG WINS for walking/rolling/biking and equity in the 2020 Seattle City Budget!

Because of supporters like you, we won eight huge wins for walking/rolling/biking and equity this year! Thank you to everyone who sent in emails and gave public comments, our allies at the MASS Coalition, and to the Mayor and City Council for their support in making our transportation budget represent our city’s values and stated goals. These changes are all one-time increases, but we will be back next year …