Neighborhood Traffic Calming & Traffic Safety

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Prior Virtual Neighborhood Meetings:

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. - Presentation - Video Link
City staff held a virtual meeting to consider changing the traffic pattern on Grow and Lovell Avenues to one-way as a "traffic calming" technique. **Proposed One Way Couplet**

Two virtual open house traffic safety improvement meetings were held in June 2021. 
Residents were asked to share their experiences, concerns, or ideas for addressing speed and non-motorized safety at each of the below locations and to hear feedback on potential solutions. 

Wednesday, June 9 at 4 p.m. - Video Link
-- Grow Ave (between Winslow and High School Road)
-- Schel Chelb Park pedestrian crossing (Point White Drive)

Wednesday, June 16 at 4 p.m. - Video Link
-- Grand Forest crossing (Miller Road)
-- Finch corridor intersections (Wyatt Way to High School Road)

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Contact Us

  1. Christopher Wierzbicki, PE

    Public Works Director

    PH: 206-842-2016

    Staff Directory


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