SW Brandon & SW Findlay Streets - Trail Improvements & Wayfinding

Updated: April 15, 2021

Spring 2021

Thank you for taking our online survey during the summer/early fall of 2020!  You may also have given us your ideas at our first community meeting and walk in December 2019. We thank you for your input! We are now preparing a final study report. The report will detail potential trail and wayfinding improvements for pedestrians along SW Brandon and Findlay Streets near Camp Long and Longfellow Creek. It will be posted to this website by the end of this year. We encourage you to come back to see what we have done with your ideas!

In the meantime, you can check out this video that shows existing trail conditions and opportunities. Thank you!

This project, in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation, improves pedestrian connections between High Point and Delridge. It also seeks to provide better walking routes to the new Rapid Ride H Line along Delridge Way SW.

Areas of Focus Map Thumbnail which links to PDF document of Map with project goals and timeline information.
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The area between 30th Ave SW and 26th Ave SW; and between SW Brandon and SW Findlay streets.  


The 2019 Seattle Parks and Recreation budget provides $50,000 in funding for planning and design.


Planning and Design: Fall 2019 - Fall 2020

Project Description

Project designs pedestrian paths and wayfinding along SW Brandon Street and SW Findlay Street to improve neighborhood mobility.  Includes work to improve and make more welcoming to the public the trail entries at Camp Long and Longfellow Creek from SW Brandon Street.

Community Participation

Public Meeting/Open House 12/7/2019