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Green Lake Area Paving & Safety Projects

May 24, 2017


E Green Lake Way N & N 63rd St (looking north)

What's happening now?

Starting as soon as 2019, we will pave several streets in the Green Lake and Wallingford communities.

We want to hear from you. Attend an open house or a drop-in session to learn more about the project and share your thoughts about getting around your neighborhood.

Click here to complete an online survey by June 12

Open House
Wednesday, May 24, 2017; 5:30 – 7 PM
Green Lake Elementary School 
2400 N 65th St

Drop-in Session
Saturday, June 10, 2017; 10 – 11:30 AM
Billings Middle School, West Hall
311 NE Maple Leaf Pl

Can't make the open house or drop-in session? You can still review materials and share your feedback by completing an online survey, open May 23 – June 12.

Sign up for project email updates here . We'll share project information and opportunities to stay involved as we move from planning to design to construction.

Project Overview

Planned project locations include:

  • N 40th St: Stone Way N to Latona Ave NE
  • N 50th St: Phinney Ave N to Roosevelt Way NE
  • Stone Way N: N 45th St to N 50th St
  • E Green Lake Way N/E Green Lake Dr N: N 50th to Densmore Ave N
  • Green Lake Dr N: Densmore Ave N to Aurora Ave N
  • N 80th St: Aurora Ave N to I-5 overpass

Program Description

Arterial streets are primary routes for moving people and goods through the city, and connecting neighborhoods and business districts to one another and the regional transportation network.

Each year, we pave arterial streets in poor condition to make them safer, smoother, and to extend their useful life. Keeping our transportation system in a state of good repair helps lower the cost of future maintenance.

We prioritize paving based on pavement condition, traffic volume, geographic equity, cost, and opportunities for grants or coordination with
other projects in the area.

Schedule

Spring/summer 2017: Share early concepts and get feedback
2017/2018: Design
As soon as 2019: Construction

Funding

These projects are funded by the 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015. 

Project Materials

Questions of Comments?

We are committed to building a productive, inclusive, and collaborative relationship with all who live, work, or travel in the project area. Please contact us with any questions.

Dan Anderson | (206) 684-8105 | greenlakepaving@seattle.gov

The City of Seattle paves several major streets across the city every year, including some in your neighborhood as soon as 2019. Tell us how we might make changes to the streets (see map) to better serve your needs. To request translation of these materials, call (206) 684-8105.

La ciudad de Seattle pavimenta las calles cada año, incluyendo algunas de su vecindario. Díganos cómo podríamos cambiar las calles que se pavimentarán en 2019 (véase el mapa) para satisfacer mejor sus necesidades. Para solicitar la traducción de este material, llame al (206) 684-8105.

西雅圖市每年都進行鋪路工程,其中包括一些您所在 地區的街道。請告訴我們如何透過修改2019年計劃鋪 設的路線(請參看地圖)來更好地滿足您的需求。如 需這些資料的譯文,或是在會議時需要口譯服務,請 致電(206) 684-8105。

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