Want to learn about personal safety, Safe Routes to School, the Find It Fix It app, meet our new SPD Crime Prevention Coordinator Mary Amberg (looks like the new title is Outreach Coordinator) and more? Attend the next Lake City Community Conversation.
Wednesday, August 31st from 6-7:30 PM at the Lake City Community Center.
Thanks to everybody who came out to the Pinehurst Community Council meeting on Tuesday!
For those who couldn’t make it, we spent a good portion of the time discussing pedestrian safety improvements around Pinehurst, particularly around the new Hazel Wolf K-8 school.
At the meeting, people shared lots of ideas about specific spots that need […]
Do you want safe streets in Pinehurst? It is time for us to take action.
The new Hazel Wolf K-8 school, located at NE 117th and Pinehurst Way NE, is scheduled to open this September. Students, faculty members and parents will be walking to the school. Others will be arriving by bus. Or by car.
The Seattle School Traffic Safety Committee is accepting applications for new members to help make walking and biking to school in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board was created by the Seattle City Council in 1975 to improve traffic safety for all of Seattle’s school children. It advises the Mayor and City Council with […]
The SEPA checklist for proposed road changes around Pinehurst School has been released. The roadways around the new school will be re-channelized as follows if the project proposal is accepted:
– In the north portion on 15th Ave NE between NE 125th and NE 123rd Streets there will be one general purpose travel lane […]
Save the date: The next Pinehurst School Traffic Safety Project meeting will be in January 2015 when design alternatives will be presented:
Tuesday, January 27 from 6:30-8:00 PM Wednesday, January 28 from 4:00-5:30 PM
Meetings will be held at the Pinehurst Shelter House, 12029 14th Ave NE
There is […]
There has been a lot of talk about the new school being constructed on the site of the current Pinehurst school. People have had a lot of ideas for improvements that need to be made in the area and this is a good opportunity to share you ideas on how to make our neighborhood a […]
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is launching a collaborative process to review traffic safety conditions along the walking and biking routes to Pinehurst School. Traffic safety is SDOT’s number one priority. As children walking and biking to school are especially vulnerable, SDOT is committed to improving school traffic safety by reducing speeding and […]
Lake City and the surrounding neighborhoods are home to a growing number of children who attend Olympic Hills Elementary School and will be impacted by the schools closure and rebuild. On this walk leaders will identify some of the challenges crossing Lake City Way and NE 125th Street that kids might experience when they walk […]
This is a general reminder that you should already have you ballots and they need to be postmarked by November 5th. And given that sidewalks and walkability are often one of the primary concerns in the area I thought people might be interested in FeetFirst’s guide to the candidates. The full link is above […]