This past Sunday saw rallies for and against the 35th Ave NE Paving Project.
Save the date! The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is planning a public meeting on the 35th Ave NE Paving Project on Saturday, October 21.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has finalized the street design concept for 35th Ave NE, based on current and future needs and with the goal of creating more options to safely get around the neighborhood.
Back in December, we were excited to spot three shiny new crosswalks near 38th Ave NE & NE 85th Street. But earlier this week, two of the three crosswalks disappeared.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has announced that construction of the NE 95th St Sidewalk Project is now complete.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) Urban Forestry launched the Street Tree Management Plan in 2016. Through effective inventorying, maintenance, replacement, and community involvement, they hope to ensure the health, preservation and expansion of Seattle’s urban forest. They are looking for your feedback on how and where SDOT should focus street tree work through 2024.
We have begun pouring concrete on NE 83rd St. Crews will be working to build new sidewalk and driveways along the length of NE 83rd St, beginning at the east end of the street and will work west down the hill towards Ravenna Ave NE. We expect this work to take as long as three days. After crews finish sidewalk and driveway work on NE 83rd, they will begin curb and gutter work on Ravenna Ave NE, as soon as March 28.
Representatives from the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) attended our March Board of Trustees meeting to give an update on the 2018 Paving Project in Northeast Seattle. The paving project includes a number of changes to 35th Ave NE between NE 45th Street and NE 87th Street.
This past year, the Re‐Imagining NE 85th Street project team has been engaged in a major cleanup effort of NE 85th Street between 21st Ave NE and Ravenna Ave NE. This work included clean up of trash, greenway overgrowth and illegal dumping. They also began initial restoration of the wetlands on the east end of the street. With vouchers from the City of Seattle, they removed over 15 tons of brush and debris, and over 1 ton of illegal dumping. The next stage of this project is the restoration of native habitat along the planting strip on the south side of NE 85th Read More …
Weather permitting, driveway and sidewalk construction will begin as soon as tomorrow, March 9. Crews have been pouring curb and gutter on NE 83rd St and 28th Ave NE and will transition to pouring concrete for driveways and sidewalk. This work is very weather-dependent, so may be rescheduled if necessary, and appreciate your patience.