Walk and Roll

Updated: February, 1, 2021

This web page is a starting point to help you move around your neighborhood and across the Duwamish. Additional resources will be added throughout the closure of the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge.

No matter how you get around the peninsula, your trip likely includes walking or rolling in a wheelchair at some point. In many cases, these are faster, healthier, and more enjoyable options than sitting in traffic.

To support people enjoying outdoor walking and rolling safely, we're converting some existing, neighborhood greenways in West Seattle (calm residential streets) into Stay Healthy Streets. Stay Healthy Streets are closed to through traffic - but not residents or deliveries - 24 hours a day, seven days a week until otherwise noted by the City of Seattle. This decreased vehicle traffic allows safer access to the street itself-not just sidewalks-for people who are walking, rolling, or riding.

If you notice something on your route that makes it difficult to get around, call 684-ROAD (7623) or report online or through the Find It Fix It App (Google Play Store | iPhoneApp Store).


West Seattle and Duwamish Valley Walking Map (PDF)
Seattle Accessible Route Planner (Interactive)
Elevation Accessibility Map (Interactive)
Stay Healthy Street: Delridge/Highland Park Map
Stay Healthy Street: High Point Map 
feet first West Seattle Trails (PDF)

Additional Resources

Seattle Neighborhood Greenways
feet first