SDOT to host North Seattle Neighborhood Greenway and School Safety Project drop-in event

SDOT has been working with community members from Crown Hill, Greenwood, Licton Springs, and Northgate since summer 2016 to select a route for a new east-west neighborhood greenway to be built in 2018.

Seattle Public Schools is redeveloping the Wilson-Pacific school site into new elementary, K-8, and middle schools that will open in 2017, and we’re planning to build a pedestrian and bicycle bridge for the Northgate Link light rail station scheduled to open in 2021.

Before the new schools open and in preparation for the new bridge, SDOT is prioritizing this neighborhood greenway and school safety project to make North Seattle transportation safer for everyone – whether you’re walking, driving, biking, taking transit, or moving goods.

Locals are invited to attend a drop-in event at Crown Hill Center (9250 14th Ave NW) on February 4 from 10 a.m. -11:30 a.m.

Attendees will have the opportunity to talk with SDOT representatives about plans to get people safely across Holman Rd NW and NW92nd St. SDOT will also be discussing how to enhance connections for walking and biking through Crown Bill Park.

If you can’t attend the event, give feedback on the project via the online survey. Click here to read the project fact sheet.

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