Why are greenways groups hunting for jack-o-lanterns? 
October 2014.
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Seattle Sunday Parkways: Coming Soon to a Neighborhood Near You?

The Mayor's budget includes $320,000 to make Sunday Parkways a reality in 2015. But will it survive City Council wrangling?  Read more.

Upcoming Events    

Vigil Walk for Zeytuna
Saturday, November 1
2 - 5 p.m. starting at MLK Way S. & S. Alaska Street

Support Zeytuna and her family and demand safe streets for all. Find out more.
Check out our calendar for more events!

Local Leaders Agree: We're About More than Just Greenways.  
Read more.

North Greenways Receive Major National Park Service Award. Read more.

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Greenways groups are counting pumpkins. Here's why.

Local News

What's new in your City Council District? 
District 1
After 1,065 crashes in 10 years, the multi-year road safety project for 35th Ave SW has kicked off. 
District 2
The Rainier Ave. S. Safety Corridor Project will start this November. 
District 3
The Melrose Promenade will be part of a 3.5 mile neighborhood greenway from Eastlake to First Hill. 
District 4
SDOT began construction on the new 12th Ave University Neighborhood Greenway
District 5
It's official: Lake City Greenways' speed bumps make their street safer!
District 6
There's a new parklet at Molly Moon's on 45th in Wallingford. 
District 7
Welcome to the neighborhood, Pronto Cycle Share! Our own Phyllis Porter is working to make membership affordable for everyone!
Beyond Seattle
Kirkland Greenways op-ed: "We shouldn't have to be lit up like an airport runway in order to cross a street safely."

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