NE 110th St

What’s happening now?

We're planning pedestrian access improvements in several locations along NE 110th St to make it easier for kids to walk to school. Read more about the projects on this webpage and contact us at NorthSeattleSidewalks@seattle.gov for more information.

Project overview

NE 110th St provides an important connection for people walking in the Meadowbrook neighborhood, including students traveling to Nathan Hale High School, Jane Addams Middle School, and John Rogers Elementary School. We’re making mobility improvements in three locations along NE 110th St to make it safer and easier for people to walk in this area:

  • NE 110th St between 34th Ave NE and 35th Ave NE
    We’re planning to install a traditional concrete sidewalk on the north side of the street that will replace the existing painted walkway. This project also includes additional drainage repairs east of 35th Ave NE to reduce ponding during heavy rains. Construction will occur as soon as 2019.
  • NE 110th St between 35th Ave NE and 36th Ave NE
    This project will construct a temporary asphalt pathway on the south side of the street with a new temporary pedestrian bridge over Thornton Creek. The temporary bridge and pathway will be replaced by traditional concrete sidewalks with a future project that replaces the roadway bridge. Construction of the temporary pathway and pedestrian bridge will occur during summer or fall 2018.
  • NE 110th St between 40th Ave NE and Sand Point Way NE
    We’re planning to install a traditional concrete sidewalk on the south side of the street, connecting John Rogers Elementary School to Sand Point Way NE. The project was developed from a community-led Neighborhood Parks and Street Fund (NPSF) project in 2015. Construction will occur as soon as 2019.

NE 110th St Project Area Map

Funding

Levy to Move Seattle logoConstruction of these projects is funded by the 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015. Design work for the sidewalk between 40th Ave NE and Sand Point Way NE is also funded via a community-led Neighborhood Parks and Street Fund (NPSF) project that was started in 2015.