Posts Tagged ‘Traffic Calming’

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Highland Park Greenway Project Meetings

I got a message from the Department of Neighbors regarding a meeting for the Greenway project proposed on 21st that would connect White Center to Delridge and then to Downtown.  If you are interested in the input for this project, please mark your calendars for a meeting on Nov 19th.  Details are on our event […]


Bike Box Has Arrived

All of the work that Jake V. has done over the past two years to increase cyclist safety and awareness in our area is now resulting in West Seattle’s first bike box.  For those entering Delridge from east bound Andover will notice a big green box marked for cyclist.  This is a bike box and gives cyclist the […]


Heads Up, Drivers!

STEM program at Boren is now up an running.  That means that the school zone is active again.  West Seattle Blog posted about this issue today and I bet SPD might take this as an income generating opportunity.  If I was SPD, I would be ticketing a lot of people around the school zone.  The kicker […]

Delridge Park

May Meeting Minutes

Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund The group discussed the projects for which NDNC would like to apply for funding through the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund.  The Fund will be providing $8 million in funding for community-initiated park development or property acquisition projects in Seattle during the 2012/2013 funding cycle.  Two major […]

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West Seattle Greenways: Meeting Sunday March 18, 2012

Come join us this Sunday for our next meeting of West Seattle Greenways!  We’ll meet at Pearl’s Coffee and Tea at 4800 Delridge Way SW (map) at 3:00 pm on Sunday, March 18. This month, we’re excited to be joined by councilmember Tom Rasmussen, chair of the city Transportation committee, who will give the city’s […]


West Seattle Greenways Meeting Followup

On Sunday afternoon we had the first meeting of West Seattle Greenways – see our previous announcement here. We had a great turnout, with folks present from neighborhoods around West Seattle, and as far south as Normandy Park. Joining us were half a dozen boy scouts from troop 282, in attendance as part of their […]

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West Seattle Greenways: First Meeting!

The neighborhood greenway movement in Seattle has been gaining a lot of momentum lately. Neighborhood greenways are routes which provide safe connections for bicyclists and pedestrians between neighborhoods, and to schools, parks, shopping and other destinations. Often they are located on quiet streets parallel to busy arterials, and include traffic calming measures, protected crossings, pocket […]

26th Greenway

Greenways News

As we heard from Sally Bagshaw two weeks ago, it seems that the city has committed to funding several miles of neighborhood greenways in 2012. In the last week or so, news has circulated that we can expect 11 miles of greenways in 2012, with a promise to fund around 12 miles per year thereafter […]

Final remarks in front of Pearls

Delridge Tour with Tom Rasmussen

This past Wednesday, we hosted a walk through North Delridge with councilmember Tom Rasmussen visited the neighborhood, along with other representatives from the city and SDOT, and a number of members of the NDNC.  It was a productive hour and a half, as we discussed issues pertinent to drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, and transit users alike.

Delridge Way, by Holli

North Delridge Walking Tour

Come join councilmember Tom Rasmussen, chair of the city Transportation Committee, along with representatives from SDOT and the Delridge neighborhoods for a walking tour and discussion of transportation in North Delridge.  We’ll talk about traffic calming, and safety and enhancements for pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, and transit users.  Meet at the Delridge Community Center from 3:00-4:30pm […]

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