Entries for date "July 2015"
Mayor Murray at Rainier Ave S Open House 7-301-15
Cathy Tuttle July 31, 2015
In a sweltering and packed gymnasium, with the Mayor, City Councilmember Bruce Harrell, and Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) Director Scott Kubly shouting through a rolled up paper megaphone (the sound system had failed), three of the most transformative projects SDOT has proposed to date were launched.
Harrell tossed down his megaphone and shouted, "We are …
Spoke & Food Founder Heather Sletteback with son Jordon
While they were courting, Heather & Garett Sletteback discovered that riding their bicycles together as they went out for dinner was one of their favorite activities. The Sletteback's turned their passion into an annual fundraiser and "friend-raiser" for one lucky beneficiary each year. This year, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways was the lucky organization supported by Spoke & Food!
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Is there a street or intersection that you use on a regular basis that feels unsafe? Do you have ideas for how things like sidewalks, bike lanes, curb bulbs, pedestrian crossings, or traffic calming could be added? Submit your ideas for how you'd like to see the street changed, even if you're unable to commit to doing a PARK(ing) Day event.
PARK(ing) Day is an annual international event that gives …
Bike with your friends & family to your favorite restaurants to benefit Seattle Neighborhood Greenways on Tuesday, July 28 from 5 to 9 p.m. (riding your bike is not a requirement for participation in this fun evening charity event).
Click on the poster to let us know you plan to attend.
12 Great Reasons to Bike to Dinner!
Bike and dine at one or more of the many great Seattle …
by Cathy Tuttle, July 16, 2015
I got my ballot in the mail today!
If you live in Seattle and are registered to vote, you will get to choose two at-large City Council candidates, and one Council candidate who represents your District. For the past year, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways has been organizing its advocacy priorities, local groups and volunteers by District as well. We believe District elections will significantly change …