You're invited to the Safe Streets Event of the Year! 
November 2014
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Come Party with Us!

Let's celebrate all we've done together to make our streets safer. Dinner, beer, and awards for outstanding people, groups, and places! Read more and register.

Hit-and-Run Victim Zeytuna Is Doing Better—And So Is Seattle. 
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Jennifer Langston @Sightline: A Mom Rediscovers Her Bike on Ballard Greenways.
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Upcoming Events    

November 22
10:30 a.m.
Gasworks Park

A food drive scavenger hunt by bike. 
Learn more. 

December 11
5 - 8 p.m.
Washington Hall

Food, beer, awesome awards and more! Register today.
Check out our calendar for more events!

Get Involved

Volunteers needed: #Party4OurStreets. We need help with pick up, set up, serving, and clean up the night of the party. 

Volunteer Spotlight

Over 23 people showed up and testified at three Seattle City Council budget hearings to keep funding for safe streets projects. Thank you!

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Local News

What's new in your City Council District? 
District 1
Watch West Seattle Bike Connections' Don Brubeck cook a breakfast burrito in the time it takes for a traffic signal to change. 
District 2
District 3
The first official Madison Greenways meeting brought together neighbors working on safe street projects ranging from parklets to speed control. 
District 4
The new 12th Ave Greenway in the U-District is full of hidden gems. Meanwhile, the fight continues for a safe Roosevelt Way NE.  
District 5
Watch Lake City Greenways' Jeanine Blaeloch launch a new group with a greenways overview at the Meadowbrook Community Council. 
District 6
Ballard Greenways joins local groups to reclaim a wide and confusing intersection as a place for people along the new 17th Ave NW Greenway. 
District 7
Seattle was named a Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Community, in part due to downtown improvements and the new Pronto Cycle Share!
Beyond Seattle
Kirkland Greenways held a family bike happy hour celebrating the Cross Kirkland Corridor linking safer routes to school. 
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