Neighborhood traffic-safety questions? Get answers with West Seattle Block Watch Captains Network tomorrow

January 27, 2014 at 11:51 am | In Safety, Transportation, West Seattle news | Comments Off

You’re invited! Here’s what’s up when the West Seattle Block Watch Captains Network meets tomorrow night:

If your neighborhood has concerns about traffic, what can you do to resolve them? Did you know you can borrow a radar gun to document speeding? Want to know how to go about getting a traffic circle? Stephen Padua, Neighborhood Programs Coordinator from SDOT, will educate us on the different resources and options available to neighborhoods and how you can effectively address other traffic issues. During the second portion of our meeting, we want to hear about any other issues that have been problematic in your neighborhoods since our last meeting in October.

You don’t have to be a captain, or even IN a Block Watch, to be there. 6:30 pm Tuesday (January 28th), Southwest Precinct meeting room (off Webster just west of Delridge).

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