Link to Transportation Home Page Link to Transportation Home Page Link to Transportation About Us Page Link to Transportation Contact Us Page
Delivering a first-rate transportation system for Seattle Scott Kubly, Director

Services 

Projects 

Planning 

Resources 

Events

News

Site Index


Street Use Home
Public Space Management Program Home
Enhance Your Neighborhood
Enhance Your Business
Build a Public Space
Additional Projects
Permit Application Notices
Program Background
FAQ
Get Involved

Street Murals

Street murals, such as painted intersections, help add color and prompt creativity on residential streets while promoting community building within Seattle’s neighborhoods. While a street mural is not an official traffic calming device, it may have an indirect impact on traffic speeds by encouraging drivers to be respectful of neighbors who live in the area. Street murals are completely community-driven and community-designed projects, and funding for these projects is available through the Department of Neighborhood’s Neighborhood Matching Fund Program. All mural designs and locations are subject to a review by SDOT’s Traffic Operations Division.

If you are interested in a street mural project for your neighborhood, Client Assistance Memo 2506 provides all the information you need to know about how to site, design, and permit a mural.

 


Home | About Us | Contact Us | Site Index | News | FAQs | E-Mail Alerts