December 2015 Newsletter
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What's New with Seattle Neighborhood Greenways

Letter From the Director 

2015 was a big year for Seattle's streets, and 2016 is shaping up to be even bigger. Read what happened, what we're planning to do, and how you can join us! 

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Please donate to keep us afloat. Your donation is tax deductible. Thank you!
Our amazing volunteers do so much! Check out who won the 2015 #Party4OurStreets Awards. 
Looking back at our 2015 Priorities

2015 Citywide Priorities

Move Seattle Levy

Learn how caring neighbors helped craft and pass a bold transportation levy that will help move Seattlites.

Complete Streets

We believe streets should provide safe access for all people. See how we held the city accountable to their Complete Streets promise in 2015. 

Vision Zero

Seattle started down the path to Vision Zero. How far did we go in 2015?

2015 District Priorities

District 1

Create safe intersections across 35th Ave SW and build a parallel greenway.

District 2

Redesign Rainier Ave S so that it is no longer the most dangerous street in the city.

District 3

Design and fund better walking and biking connections as part of the SR-520 project.

District 4

Bring the Wallingford Greenway up to current standards and connect it to the future light rail station on Brooklyn NE.

District 5

Build a safe route to school along N 92nd St to connect kids to schools in N-Seattle.

District 6

Make 6th Ave NW safe enough for children to get to school.

District 7

Ensure the Lake to Bay Loop is an all ages and abilities route.
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