Summer 2021 VIP Tours

You're Invited!

This Summer, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is hosting three exciting tours to show you the innovative and important projects happening all around the city — and you're invited! Two tours will be on bike, and one on foot. All will be led by SNG's Executive Director, Gordon Padelford, and will end at a Cafe Street where SNG will host a round of snacks at an outdoor table, and you'll have time to chat with other people who share your passion for people-focused streets. RSVP to one, two, or all three by emailing:

Bike Tour of North Seattle Projects

What: Tour exciting SNG advocacy projects in North Seattle by bike, led by SNG’s Executive Director. Our stops will include Outdoors On The Ave, U District light rail access, Stay Healthy Streets in dense neighborhoods, the new NE 65th protected bike lanes and Green Lake protected bike lanes, Aurora Reimagined for Vision Zero and safer sidewalks, the well-used 1st Ave Stay Healthy Streets, some Safe Routes to School improvements we're proud of, the 17th Ave Stay Healthy Street, and the Ballard Ave Cafe Street. WOW! When: July 20th, 5:30 - 7:00pm Where: Starting at The Ave Cafe Street in the U District. Biking 9 miles slowly and stopping at key sites. Ending at the Ballard Ave Cafe Street. Join for as much or as little as you want!  RSVP: Email

Walking Tour of a 15-Minute Neighborhood

What: Tour exemplary projects with SNG’s Executive Director. We’ll stop and talk about pedestrian-only streets, Stay Healthy Streets, traffic enforcement and racial justice, Cafe Streets, pedestrian-only districts (Superblocks), 15-Minute Cities, the Madison Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, Pavement to Parks, signal timing, sidewalk repair, and the Melrose Promenade! When: July 22nd, 5:30 - 6:30pm Where: Starting at Capitol Hill Station Plaza. Walking 1.2 miles slowly (one hill). Ending at the Melrose Promenade. Join for as much or as little as you want! RSVP: Email

Bike Tour of South Seattle Projects

What: Tour important SNG projects in South Seattle by bike, led by SNG’s Executive Director. Stops will include the new Jose Rizal Bridge protected bike lanes and the Beacon Ave Trail project, the 18th Ave S Stay Healthy Street, Judkins Park Light Rail Station access issues; 25th Ave Stay Healthy Street; MLK protected bike lanes, Lake Washington Boulevard Keep Moving Street, Rainier Ave Vision Zero safety issues and improvements, racial equity and traffic enforcement, and the collaborative Columbia City Cafe Street! WOW — rare opportunity, not to be missed! When: July 24th, 10:30am - noon Where: Starting at the Jose Rizal Bridge and I-90 trail. Biking 8.5 miles, mostly flat, slowly, and stopping at key sites. Ending in Columbia City. Join for as much or as little as you want! RSVP: Email


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