Voting is now open for the City’s street and park improvement project ideas.
Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets is a program that allows community members to democratically decide how to spend a portion of the City’s budget on small park and street improvements.
Roughly $186,000 is available for each city council district — residents are encouraged to vote on their top three choices in the district in which they live, work, go to school, receive services, or volunteer. Projects that receive the most votes will be funded by the city and implemented in 2020.
Here are proposed projects for District 6, which just happens to be all crossing improvement ideas:
- 6A. Project 19-256: Crossing Improvements on Shilshole and 46th Ave NW
- 6B. Project 19-231: Crossing Improvements on north side of the intersection at 14th Ave NW and NW 56th St
- 6C. Project 19-251: Crossing Improvements on the intersection of 15th and 62nd in Ballard
- 6D. Project 19-228: Crossing Improvements on 65th NW & 22nd NW
- 6E. Project 19-312: Crossing Improvements on 6th Ave NW between NW 50th & NW 43rd
- 6F. Project 19-267: Crossing Improvements on 3rd Ave NW and NW 43rd St
- 6G. Project 19-266: Crossing Improvements on 3rd Ave NW and NW 44th St
- 6H. Project 19-257: Crossing Improvements on intersection of Fremont Ave N. & N. 43rd St
- 6I. Project 19-239: Crossing Improvements on intersection of Wallingford Ave N and N 82nd St
- 6J. Project 19-248: Crossing Improvements on W Green Lake Way N and N 63rd St
Voting is open for community members ages 11 and up, and can be done online or at any Seattle Public Library. After ballots are tallied, the winning projects will be announced in October.