Northwest District Council meets Wednesday to discuss transportation improvement projects, emergency preparedness

by | Jan 17, 2013

The Northwest District Council meets at 7 p.m. next Wednesday, Jan. 23, at the Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N. 85th St.
On the agenda:

  • 2013 Neighborhood Streets Fund – The NW District Council must select three transportation improvement projects to forward to Seattle Department of Transportation for feasibility analysis. Seven projects will be presented for consideration:
  1. Sidewalks – NE 115th St, Eric Youngsblut and Phillip Duggan
  2. Sidewalks – Fremont Ave N, Jacqueline Sorgen
  3. Woodland Park Ave Greenway, Christian Silk
  4. Safety Improvements – vicinity of Viewlands Elementary , Tom Green
  5. Greenwood Ave North – sidewalks for transit routes, Kate Martin
  6. Crosstown Greenway- Carkeek Park to Northgate Transit Station, Robin Randels & Justin Martin
  7. BEATS – Walkway to Carkeek Park, Kari Nelson Jewitt and Carey DeMartini
  • How communities can be self-sufficient following a major emergency — Many Seattle neighborhoods are developing response plans for major emergencies. Greenwood is in the first stages of developing a plan. NWDC members will hear about developing plans in Green Lake and Broadview.

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