Entries Categorized as 'Announcements'

Walkable Crown Hill Report

Date February 12, 2009

The Walkable Crown Hill Project was funded by a Small and Simple grant from the City of Seattle, Dept. of Neighborhoods. We held 2 public input sessions (charrettes) where Crown Hill neighobrs got together and provided input on some of the issues of walkability in our neighborhood. With no sidewalks, our neighborhood is at times […]

Second Design Charrette for Pedestrian Planning

Date July 3, 2008

Design Charrette # 2 Saturday July 12 9:30am – 12:00pm (followed by a community lunch) Abundant Life Christian Fellowship 9204 11th Ave NW

First Design Charrette a Big Success!

Date July 3, 2008

We’re happy to share a report from Walkable Crown Hill’s first design charrette on June 21st, working to create a pedestrian plan for Crown Hill.  A big thanks to everyone who made it out, as we had a great turnout and fantastic energy in the room that day.  As a result, excellent ideas and conversation […]

Take our Pedestrian Survey

Date May 18, 2008

In preparation for our pedestrian planning process we are surveying neighbors to find out about their walking habits, their concerns, and their ideas for improving the streets. We need your input, so please click here to take the survey. Note: Clicking on the link above will open either a new tab or window with our […]

Neighborhood Pedestrian Planning Process

Date May 17, 2008

Walkable Crown Hill invites you to participate in our Neighborhood Pedestrian Planning Process. We need your help to develop a sustainable and creative vision for the future of our streets. What could a sustainable vision look like? We are looking at infrastructural changes, visual art, plantings, benches, kiosks and more. We want your input! We […]

Walkable Crown Hill Website Launched

Date May 17, 2008

The Walkable Crown Hill web site is officially launched. The goal is to support our group’s effort to enhance the walkability of the Crown Hill Neighborhood in Northwest Seattle, Washington. Our group has recently received a Department of Neighborhoods grant to study and implement methods we can use to calm traffic on Crown Hill residential […]