Lake City Stay Healthy Street

Updated August 23, 2021

What's Happening Now?

Take Our Survey!

We are asking neighbors to share more about how they use the Lake City Stay Healthy Street and what they think of making it permanent. Let us know by taking our survey, available in multiple languages.

English https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCQ6TQC

Amharic https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCQ6TQC?lang=am

Arabic https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCQ6TQC?lang=ar

Russian https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCQ6TQC?lang=ru

Somali https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCQ6TQC?lang=so

Spanish https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PCQ6TQC?lang=es_US

A map showing the location of the Little Brook Stay Healthy Street

An example of the signage for Stay Healthy Streets

Conceptual Design of Stay Healthy Street intersection

An example of a Stay Healthy Street intersection.

Conceptual diagram of Stay Healthy Street intersection 

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.   

Schedule

Summer 2021: Community site walk to hear from people who live on or near Stay Healthy Streets

Fall 2021: SDOT team will share final decision on the Lake City Stay Healthy Street