Category Archives: Sidewalks

Construction on North 143rd St Aurora Ave to Palatine Ave North

  Aurora Rapid Ride Pedestrian Improvements and Greenwood Place Apartments has turned North 143rd into one large construction project this winter. Breaking ground last fall at 143rd and Greenwood is a 49 unit apartment complex including commercial spaces and underground parking for 49 vehicles. Greenwood Place apartments will upgrade street frontage adding sidewalks, trees, planters…

New N 125th St. Sidewalk Now Finished

The new concrete sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail (Lowe’s) is now finished.  Crews finished landscaping recently.  Local residents can and do now walk to and from on a safe, convenient walkway. This project was selected using the Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan, which is a long-term…

Construction Progressing on the New North 125th St. Sidewalk

The new concrete sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail is starting to take shape.  Concrete has been poured for about half of the length.             It’s a good thing there will be a real sidewalk soon.  The asphalt “sidewalk”…

HELP GET SEATTLE WALKING.

Would someone from our neighborhood be up for the fun task? Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members  SEATTLE―The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in implementing…

Work on N 125th St. Sidewalk to Begin January 3rd

Doug Cox, Associate Planner with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) says that construction of the new sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail is scheduled to begin on January 3rd. According to an update posted on the project website, “SDOT and its contractor will mobilize and…

Road Safety in Seattle

Submit your comments on Road Safety in Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and members of the Seattle City Council have convened a Road Safety Summit to improve safety on our roads and ensure everyone gets where they’re going safely.  By the end of the day on November 23rd, go online to http://www.seattle.gov/roadsafety/comments.htm to provide your thoughts…

Oct. 18 Broadview Community Council Meeting : Funding Better, Safer Streets

Would you like better street pavement, sidewalks, and transit and bicycle facilities?  That’s what Seattle’s Proposition 1 is about.  At the next Broadview Community Council meeting on October 18 we will discuss the opportunity you have to bring them about via Proposition 1. A couple years ago the State Legislature allowed local jurisdictions to create…

Feet First blog on Aurora Conditions- Broadview Neighborhood

Friends, Please take the time to open and read this blog on Aurora Avenue North.  http://feetfirst.info/blog/neighborhoods-need-citys-support  Feet First, folks, Lisa Quinn as leader, has supported all of our efforts to have complete streets in Broadview-Bitter Lake-Haller Lake for the last six years. This article believes that we are UPDATING the 1999 plan that places Aurora…

North 143rd Sidewalk Project Update

Just wanted to update you on the progress for the N 143rd Street sidewalk project. SDOT is proceeding with designing a concrete sidewalk on the northside of N 143rd Street from 1st Ave NW to the existing asphalt walkway just west of Linden Ave N.

Linden Ave. N Improvements Funded, Utility Work Starts Soon

Full funding to complete improvements in the Linden Ave. N Complete Streets Project was included in the 2011-2012 Capital Improvement Plan proposed by Mayor McGinn and approved by Seattle City Council in November.  This is a significant milestone for our neighborhood!  Improving Linden is the number one priority in our 1999 Neighborhood Plan, and is finally…

Category Archives: Sidewalks

Construction on North 143rd St Aurora Ave to Palatine Ave North

  Aurora Rapid Ride Pedestrian Improvements and Greenwood Place Apartments has turned North 143rd into one large construction project this winter. Breaking ground last fall at 143rd and Greenwood is a 49 unit apartment complex including commercial spaces and underground parking for 49 vehicles. Greenwood Place apartments will upgrade street frontage adding sidewalks, trees, planters…

New N 125th St. Sidewalk Now Finished

The new concrete sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail (Lowe’s) is now finished.  Crews finished landscaping recently.  Local residents can and do now walk to and from on a safe, convenient walkway. This project was selected using the Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan, which is a long-term…

Construction Progressing on the New North 125th St. Sidewalk

The new concrete sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail is starting to take shape.  Concrete has been poured for about half of the length.             It’s a good thing there will be a real sidewalk soon.  The asphalt “sidewalk”…

HELP GET SEATTLE WALKING.

Would someone from our neighborhood be up for the fun task? Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members  SEATTLE―The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in implementing…

Work on N 125th St. Sidewalk to Begin January 3rd

Doug Cox, Associate Planner with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) says that construction of the new sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail is scheduled to begin on January 3rd. According to an update posted on the project website, “SDOT and its contractor will mobilize and…

Road Safety in Seattle

Submit your comments on Road Safety in Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and members of the Seattle City Council have convened a Road Safety Summit to improve safety on our roads and ensure everyone gets where they’re going safely.  By the end of the day on November 23rd, go online to http://www.seattle.gov/roadsafety/comments.htm to provide your thoughts…

Oct. 18 Broadview Community Council Meeting : Funding Better, Safer Streets

Would you like better street pavement, sidewalks, and transit and bicycle facilities?  That’s what Seattle’s Proposition 1 is about.  At the next Broadview Community Council meeting on October 18 we will discuss the opportunity you have to bring them about via Proposition 1. A couple years ago the State Legislature allowed local jurisdictions to create…

Feet First blog on Aurora Conditions- Broadview Neighborhood

Friends, Please take the time to open and read this blog on Aurora Avenue North.  http://feetfirst.info/blog/neighborhoods-need-citys-support  Feet First, folks, Lisa Quinn as leader, has supported all of our efforts to have complete streets in Broadview-Bitter Lake-Haller Lake for the last six years. This article believes that we are UPDATING the 1999 plan that places Aurora…

North 143rd Sidewalk Project Update

Just wanted to update you on the progress for the N 143rd Street sidewalk project. SDOT is proceeding with designing a concrete sidewalk on the northside of N 143rd Street from 1st Ave NW to the existing asphalt walkway just west of Linden Ave N.

Linden Ave. N Improvements Funded, Utility Work Starts Soon

Full funding to complete improvements in the Linden Ave. N Complete Streets Project was included in the 2011-2012 Capital Improvement Plan proposed by Mayor McGinn and approved by Seattle City Council in November.  This is a significant milestone for our neighborhood!  Improving Linden is the number one priority in our 1999 Neighborhood Plan, and is finally…

Category Archives: Sidewalks

Construction on North 143rd St Aurora Ave to Palatine Ave North

  Aurora Rapid Ride Pedestrian Improvements and Greenwood Place Apartments has turned North 143rd into one large construction project this winter. Breaking ground last fall at 143rd and Greenwood is a 49 unit apartment complex including commercial spaces and underground parking for 49 vehicles. Greenwood Place apartments will upgrade street frontage adding sidewalks, trees, planters…

New N 125th St. Sidewalk Now Finished

The new concrete sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail (Lowe’s) is now finished.  Crews finished landscaping recently.  Local residents can and do now walk to and from on a safe, convenient walkway. This project was selected using the Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan, which is a long-term…

Construction Progressing on the New North 125th St. Sidewalk

The new concrete sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail is starting to take shape.  Concrete has been poured for about half of the length.             It’s a good thing there will be a real sidewalk soon.  The asphalt “sidewalk”…

HELP GET SEATTLE WALKING.

Would someone from our neighborhood be up for the fun task? Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members  SEATTLE―The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in implementing…

Work on N 125th St. Sidewalk to Begin January 3rd

Doug Cox, Associate Planner with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) says that construction of the new sidewalk on the north side of N 125th St. from Greenwood Ave. N to the Interurban Trail is scheduled to begin on January 3rd. According to an update posted on the project website, “SDOT and its contractor will mobilize and…

Road Safety in Seattle

Submit your comments on Road Safety in Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and members of the Seattle City Council have convened a Road Safety Summit to improve safety on our roads and ensure everyone gets where they’re going safely.  By the end of the day on November 23rd, go online to http://www.seattle.gov/roadsafety/comments.htm to provide your thoughts…

Oct. 18 Broadview Community Council Meeting : Funding Better, Safer Streets

Would you like better street pavement, sidewalks, and transit and bicycle facilities?  That’s what Seattle’s Proposition 1 is about.  At the next Broadview Community Council meeting on October 18 we will discuss the opportunity you have to bring them about via Proposition 1. A couple years ago the State Legislature allowed local jurisdictions to create…

Feet First blog on Aurora Conditions- Broadview Neighborhood

Friends, Please take the time to open and read this blog on Aurora Avenue North.  http://feetfirst.info/blog/neighborhoods-need-citys-support  Feet First, folks, Lisa Quinn as leader, has supported all of our efforts to have complete streets in Broadview-Bitter Lake-Haller Lake for the last six years. This article believes that we are UPDATING the 1999 plan that places Aurora…

North 143rd Sidewalk Project Update

Just wanted to update you on the progress for the N 143rd Street sidewalk project. SDOT is proceeding with designing a concrete sidewalk on the northside of N 143rd Street from 1st Ave NW to the existing asphalt walkway just west of Linden Ave N.

Linden Ave. N Improvements Funded, Utility Work Starts Soon

Full funding to complete improvements in the Linden Ave. N Complete Streets Project was included in the 2011-2012 Capital Improvement Plan proposed by Mayor McGinn and approved by Seattle City Council in November.  This is a significant milestone for our neighborhood!  Improving Linden is the number one priority in our 1999 Neighborhood Plan, and is finally…