Lake Washington Loop Neighborhood Greenway
Last updated: July 11, 2017
What's a Neighborhood Greenway?
Neighborhood greenways are safer, calmer residential streets for you, your family, and neighbors. We make people walking and biking the priority. Neighborhood greenways can include:
We’re engaging with people in the Montlake, Madison Valley, and Central Area communities to help us select a neighborhood greenway that connects residents to schools, parks, local businesses, and the greater transportation network. This new neighborhood greenway will bring affordable, active transportation options for all ages and abilities.
The Seattle Bicycle Master Plan recommends a neighborhood greenway along the Lake Washington Loop in the vicinity of 26th Ave E. and 28th Ave E, between East Harrison and Boyer Ave E. This neighborhood greenway along the Lake Washington Loop will connect to the Central Area Neighborhood Greenway via the Montlake neighborhood.
Traffic safety improvements
We are working with the Department of Neighborhoods (DON), the Arboretum Neighbors for Safe Streets, and Madison Valley Greenways neighborhood groups to study traffic safety improvements along this greenway route. The construction of the greenway is currently not funded.
This study is funded by the Department of Neighborhoods, Neighborhood Park and Street Fund. No funds are available for construction at this time.
Open House Boards (February 2017)
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.
Summer Jawson, Neighborhood Greenway Project Manager,
Dawn Schellenberg, Neighborhood Greenway Community Engagement Liaison,
If you need this information translated, please call (206) 684-5189.