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Seattle’s Neighborhood Greenway Work Plan

Creating a network of family-friendly residential streets

July 23, 2014

The City of Seattle has a goal of building 250 miles of connected neighborhood greenways. Neighborhood greenways are a combination of small improvements that make residential streets safer and calmer for people of all ages and abilities. They lay the foundation for great community building opportunities like adding lending libraries, hosting work parties to keep sidewalks walkable and painting intersection murals. This web page shares SDOT’s 2014 work plan and our process for delivering neighborhood greenways. Schedules and projects are subject to change.


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The multi-year work plan will continue to evolve as we know more about projects and resources.

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