September 30, 2015
At Halloween, the only scary thing should be the costumes - not kids dodging cars. Luckily, it is easy to turn your block into an oasis where kids and parents can walk, Trick or Treat, and play without fear.
Turn your street into a Play Street for Halloween, or set up a recurring event where kids can safely play in the street and cars …
Five local neighborhood groups changed their streets on a grand scale on Friday September 18.
People in Rainier, Ballard, Ravenna, Bryant and Fremont were winners of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways first annual PARK(ing) Day Design Competition.
Instead of endless public meetings, design charettes, and flat conceptual drawings, we helped these four groups build protected intersections in Ballard and Bryant, and thousands of feet of protected bike lanes in Rainier and …
Cathy Tuttle September 16. 2015
Remarkable people in Ballard, Rainier, Bryant, and Ravenna are erecting PARK(ing) Day projects to make their streets safer on Friday, September 18 between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Four winning designs from the first annual Seattle Neighborhood Greenways PARK(ing) Day Design Competition will be built this Friday. These are tactical urbanism projects - quick, inexpensive, and effective demonstrations of how streets can be safer for …
September 12, 2015
Seattle Department of Transportation Director Scott Kubly presents Seattle Neighborhood Greenways with the 2015 Transportation Team Award
On September 10, 2015, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways (SNG) received the Transportation Team Award from Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT). SDOT gives just one annual award to "individuals or teams from other departments/groups or citizens not employed by the city, such as volunteers or non‑profit groups who help to …