Here’s the plan for West Seattle’s second Find It, Fix It Community Walk next Monday

Just in from the city – the plan, and map, for next Monday’s Find It, Fix It Community Walk in the Roxhill and Westwood areas – the second one in West Seattle, after the Delridge FIFI walk last October (WSB coverage here). The starting point is now finalized – Longfellow Creek P-Patch at 25th SW/SW Thistle, just east of Chief Sealth International High School; refreshments and sign-in are planned 6-6:30 pm, with the walk to follow this schedule:

6:30 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.

· Welcome remarks from Mayor Ed Murray

6:45 p.m. – 7:55 p.m.

· Walk commences along the following route (map):

o West on SW Thistle St
o South on 26th Ave SW
o South on 24th Ave SW
o South on 25th Ave SW
o West on SW Barton St

7:55 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

· Walk concludes at Roxhill Park
· Department representatives and City staff available for follow-up questions

Participants can use the Find It, Fix It mobile app on the walk. This smartphone app offers mobile users one more way to report selected issues to the City. Make sure to download the app before the walk.

In partnership with Cities of Service, the City will offer up to $5,000 in grants for community-led projects to each 2016 Find It, Fix It Walk neighborhood. The Roxhill/Westwood Community Project Grant Application is available in seven languages at until Wednesday, August 3. If you have an idea for a project in Roxhill/Westwood, please apply today!

We first reported three months ago that West Seattle’s second walk would be in the Roxhill area; Westwood was a recent addition to the plan. This is the only one planned for West Seattle this year.

3 Replies to "Here's the plan for West Seattle's second Find It, Fix It Community Walk next Monday"

  • Pete July 19, 2016 (9:17 pm)

    Is there a list somewhere of the community members that will be  leading Ed on this walk?

  • Dubs July 20, 2016 (10:13 am)

    It would be nice if they could swing by Croft Place that connects Juneau and 21st Ave SW. I found a dozen shell casings over there the other week (not the first time). It’s right by the school, which is scary. There’s also a ton of dumping over there.

  • Darryll July 20, 2016 (10:46 am)

    It would have been nice to see the mayor on the east side of Delridge for a minute. Maybe next time.

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