Closes August 21
From the City of Seattle Department of Transportation:
Throughout April and May, 23 miles of Neighborhood Greenways were upgraded to Stay Healthy Streets and opened to people walking, rolling, and biking. On May 7, Mayor Jenny Durkan announced 20 miles of Stay Healthy Streets would become permanent. Stay Healthy Streets can only be an asset with input and support from the people who live along and use them. This online survey is one way we are collecting information on the best approach for doing so, street selection, and making them a neighborhood treasure.
The survey will inform the public engagement process and our goal of centering equity. If we truly want Stay Healthy Streets to be welcoming for all communities, then “we” must include everybody. It means understanding cultures that have existed in the neighborhood. It means valuing everyone’s voices and finding ways to include them. It means everyone feels safe traveling on our sidewalks and streets. It means recognizing racism and becoming an ally. Thank you for taking our survey and visit this link for resources on how to deepen anti-racism efforts.
Privacy Notice: Information provided in this survey is considered a public record and may be subject to public disclosure. For more information, see the Public Records Act, RCW Chapter 42.56. To learn more about how we manage your information, see our Privacy Statement.
Note: this survey will close on Friday, August 21, 2020