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Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) Overview
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Bridging the Gap Neighborhood Street Fund Program

The Neighborhood Street Fund Program pays for neighborhood transportation projects which are identified and prioritized by the community itself. The funds for this program come from the Bridging the Gap (BTG) transportation levy passed by voters in November 2006 which expires in 2015.

The Bridging the Gap Oversight Committee has completed its review of the 38 projects selected by Seattle’s 13 Neighborhood District Councils for evaluation. The following 12 projects have been forwarded to the Mayor and City Council for final approval:

 

 

 

Area Project Location Funding
Greater Duwamish

Georgetown Festival Street

12th Avenue S between S Vale & S Bailey Streets

$ 1,130,000

Northwest

Greenwood Avenue N Sidewalk

Greenwood Avenue N between N 92nd and N 97th streets; N 104th to N 105th streets

$ 1,070,000

Magnolia / Queen Anne

Lake To Bay Loop - Harrison Street Improvements

 W Harrison Street and 1st Avenue W; W Harrison Street and 2nd Avenue W

$ 500,000

Greater Duwamish

W Duwamish Trail Extension

8th Avenue S. from S Portland Street to S Kenyon Street

$ 575,000

Southeast

Rainier Beach Pedestrian Enhancements

Rainier Avenue S between Seward Park Avenue S and Ithaca Place S

$ 515,000

Downtown

Pioneer Square Accessibility

The Pioneer Square Historic District--locations on Yesler Way and sidewalk on S Jackson Street

$ 407,000

East

12th Avenue Improvements

12th Avenue & E Howell Street; 12th Avenue & E Olive Street

$ 385,000

Lake Union

Waterway 22 Sidewalk

Western side of Stone Way N, south of N 34th Street and the south side of N Northlake Way at Waterway 22

$ 290,000

Central

19th Avenue & E Union Street Improvements

19th Avenue at E Union Street; 19th Avenue at E Pike Street

$ 235,000

Ballard

W Woodland Elem Improvements

5-way intersection at 3rd Avenue NW, NW 56th Street, and NW 55th Place

$ 150,000

Southeast

Columbia City Sidewalk Ponding Repairs

Rainier Avenue S between S Hudson and S Dawson streets

$ 128,000

Central

Dearborn & Rainier Multi-Modal Safety

Rainier Avenue S and S Dearborn Street

$ 115,000

    Total

$ 5,500,000


Project Schedule

2014   Design
2015   Construction

For questions, feel free to email us at NSF@seattle.gov.


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