NOTE: This post has been updated to include links to presentations and handouts used during the meeting
7:00 Tuesday January 16, 2018
8016 Greenwood Ave. N
The pace of growth in Seattle leads to crowded streets, crowded buses and crowded sidewalks; meanwhile Seattle is making changes to respond. Tuesday’s GCC meeting will survey the many issues and changes to transportation in Greenwood, and discuss strategies for mobility, safety and maintaining and improving walkability in the neighborhood. After short presentations, we’ll open the floor for your observations and thoughts.
- Rob Fellows (GCC president and Feet First) will provide an overview of transportation changes and issues in Greenwood
- Justin Martin (Phinney-Greenwood Greenways) will discuss what Seattle Greenways is working on in Greenwood and elsewhere
- Douglas MacDonald (former State Transportation Secretary and Greenwood resident) will discuss sidewalk maintenance and safety
Presentations and Handouts
- Overview of Transportation in Greenwood (Fellows, PDF)
- Phinney-Greenwood presentation (Martin, PDF)
- Doug MacDonald’s slides (MacDonald, PDF)
- Doug’s Walking Update (MacDonald, PDF)
- Seattle Client Assistance Memo 2208: Sidewalk Maintenance and Repair
- Also – check out the Municipal Research and Services Center backgrounder on sidewalks that provides a basic overview of sidewalk construction, repair, and maintenance for local governments in Washington State, including relevant statutes, liability information, and examples of local ordinances.