West Seattle - High Point Stay Healthy Street

What's Happening Now?

How do you feel about the Stay Healthy Street?

Please take our survey, available in multiple languages. On the first question, select "West Seattle - High Point" to give feedback. 

About this project 

Stay Healthy Streets are an important tool for Seattleites to get outside, travel to grocery stores, pharmacies, and local businesses, and get exercise. They make it possible for people to walk, roll, and bike in the street while staying 6 feet apart during the COVID-19 pandemic. Installed as part of our emergency response to the pandemic in 2020, they also provide an opportunity for you to consider how they might improve your community long-term.   

How were streets selected? 

We considered existing Neighborhood Greenways, which have traffic calming like speed humps, improvements to make it easy to cross busy streets, and have gone through a community engagement process.  

What is next?

We are collecting community input to help decide if the shared street you live on or near (see map below) should be made permanent or not. Permanent streets could be used for having outdoor potlucks and celebrations with your neighbors, art projects, sports, and traffic gardens along with travel and should support your community's values.

Map of the High Point Stay Healthy Street


Spring 2021: Hear from people who live on or near Stay Healthy Streets

Late Spring / Early Summer 2021: SDOT team will share final decision on the West Seattle - High Point Stay Healthy Street 


Map of High Point Stay Healthy Street (PDF)