Via postal mail, SDOT has announced the next step in yet another project planned to start in 2019:
That’s what the city is calling “the most promising route” for the West Seattle Neighborhood Greenway, which has previously been discussed mostly as a side note at meetings about projects such as 35th SW (such as this one almost a year ago). The mailer arrived at WSB HQ (marked “resident” – we will be asking tomorrow about the distribution area among other things) with Saturday’s mail, and we found the map in a PDF version of the mailer on the project page. As is standard for projects these days, an online survey is coming up, but the SDOT website says that it won’t be available until next Saturday. Also that day, according to the mailer – the first of two “drop-in meetings” for comments about this, near the start and end of the “promising route”:
Saturday, June 17th
Uptown Espresso in The Junction
4301 SW Edmunds
10 am-11:30 am
Wednesday, June 21
9010 35th SW
We’ll be following up with SDOT tomorrow.
P.S. West Seattle has one greenway already in place, stretching from North Delridge to South Delridge.