Vote

Voting for this program closed on June 30, 2017. Ballots are currently being tallied and winning projects will be announced by July 18. The projects that receive the most votes will be funded by the City and implemented in 2018.  

In February 2017, community members from all over Seattle submitted 900 potential project ideas for small-scale improvements to parks and streets throughout the city.

In March 2017, community members evaluated project ideas based on impact and need to narrow the list down to 8-10 projects per City Council District.

In June 2017, Seattle residents got to vote for their favorite projects.

Voting took place between June 3 - 30. Community members ages 13 and up voted online or at in-person polling stations (community members ages 11-12 voted via paper ballot). Paper ballots were available for pick-up and drop-off at all City of Seattle community centers and libraries.

Voting Resources

Voter Guides

The Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets Voter Guides contain detailed information on each individual project you will find on the ballot. The guides provide cost breakdowns, images, and proposed solutions that will help familiarize you with each project in your council district.

District 1 Voter Guide
District 2 Voter Guide
District 3 Voter Guide
District 4 Voter Guide
District 5 Voter Guide
District 6 Voter Guide
District 7 Voter Guide

Glossary

When it comes to street projects, we can throw around some strange words or phrases. Use this handy glossary to get a better understanding of what particular projects might entail.

2017 Project Glossary

Project Map

Use this interactive map to get a better visualization of where the projects are located throughout the City.

Your Voice, Your Choice 2017 Map View