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Submit an idea for a small-scale improvement in a park or street in First Hill


Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets is an opportunity for community members to directly decide how to spend $2,000,000 of the City’s budget on small-scale physical improvement projects in Seattle’s parks & streets (i.e. crosswalks, medians, flashing beacons, sidewalk repair, curb ramps, park benches, trail improvements etc.).  Each project must be under $90K. Throughout the month of February, Your

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Apply for the Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board

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The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for several new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier. The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in implementing Seattle’s Pedestrian Master Plan. The board advises the Mayor and City Council, participates in planning and project development, evaluates policies, and makes recommendations to all

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Construction starts soon on Yesler Bridge, learn more at SDOT’s Open House 4/12


The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will begin construction to rehabilitate the Yesler Way Bridge as soon as May and expect construction to last through fall 2017. Read more below about what to expect during construction or check out the construction fact sheet. ( http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/docs/Yesler_Bridge_FactSheet_0316_2016.pdf ) Join them for an open house to: Learn more about construction impacts and detour routes

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Take SDOT’s Survey on the Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) Program


Seattle’s Restricted Parking Zone (RPZ) program was created in 1979 to prevent commuters to major institutions like hospitals and universities from parking on neighboring residential streets, and to balance the needs of all people using public streets. An RPZ is an area with posted restrictions on parking (such as 2-hour time limits); vehicles displaying a valid RPZ permit are exempt

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