Next steps for Steps at Stevens: You’re invited to help design it

Two months after our first report on Steps at Stevens, a community-proposed plan including a safer walking route into West Seattle High School from California/Stevens, it’s design time, and one of the project organizers, Janet Jones, shares the invitation for you to join in:

Steps at Stevens: A neighborhood connectivity project located at SW Stevens and California Ave SW.

You’re invited to join us for the planning and design of the Admiral District’s Steps at Stevens Project at West Seattle High School.

Help us create a …
*Safe and useful pedestrian route
*Public place of interest and comfort

Help us to …
*Incorporate art and historic architecture
*Reflect the character of the neighborhood

Mark your calendar!

Community Design Workshop #1
Tues April 29th 2014 7-9 pm
West Seattle HS Commons
Participate in the Design Game!

Community Design Workshop #2
Wed May 21st 2014 5-7 pm
West Seattle HS Commons
Review and Critique 3 conceptual designs!

Community Design Workshop #3
Mon June 9th 2014 7-9 pm
West Seattle HS Commons
Review and Critique Final Preferred Design!

A grant is funding the design process; fundraising is planned to get it built.

Refreshments will be provided.

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5 Replies to "Next steps for Steps at Stevens: You're invited to help design it"

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    Mike April 25, 2014 (7:00 am)

    How about just building some stairs?

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    hj April 25, 2014 (11:04 am)

    Because it’s the details that make a neighborhood worth being proud of and worth living in.

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    Slider April 25, 2014 (11:48 am)

    The city and school district won’t let you put just anything up.

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    W April 25, 2014 (1:18 pm)

    I hope this will fix the walk signal. It is spotty, slow and I’m not sure the button does anything – luckily there is usually a car around to trigger the signal.

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    rob April 25, 2014 (5:55 pm)

    Mike. I’m with you. It’s just a set of steps you know concrete with 2inch pipe hand rail with some flowers along side. It’s not a national monument.

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