A number of street improvement projects have been proposed for Ballard, and it’s time to vote on which projects you want to see funded.
The Neighborhood Street Fund Projects voting period is open until May 5, and there are several ways to vote. You can do it online here, in person at any Seattle Public Library, or at a pop-up event (locations listed here).
Here is the full list of projects proposed for District 6:
- Crown Hill Pedestrian Improvements
- NW 90th St Sidewalk Extension
- Connecting 8th Ave NW to the Burke Gilman Trail
- Pedestrian Improvements at N 36th St and 1st Ave NW
- Bicycle/Pedestrian Push-Button Crossing at Winona Ave N and N 73rd St
- 17th Ave NW Greenway Improvements
- 77th and Jones Intersection Safety
- Improvements to 13th Ave NW and NW 95th St
- Speed Bumps in Fremont
- Crosswalk at 22nd Ave NW and NW 65th St
- Sidewalks for N/NW 101st St
- Ballard Avenue Festival Street
- Pedestrian Crossing at 9th and Leary
- Crossing Improvements at 8th Ave NW and NW 51st St
- 24th Ave NW Improvements
- Green Lake/Licton Springs Improvements
- Connect Salmon Bay to Whittier Heights
- Improvements to 15th Ave NW and NW 83rd St
- Pedestrian Signal at 14th Ave NW and NW 53rd St
- Crossing Improvements on N 36th St
Voting is open to anyone age 11 and up who lives, works, goes to school, worships, receives services, volunteers, or is part of a program in the City of Seattle. Each voter may cast one ballot per district and may choose up to five projects per district. If you choose more than five on your ballot, your vote won’t be counted.
The winning projects will be announced in June.
Photo: Pedestrian crossing at NW 83rd and 15th Ave NW