From the Seattle Dept of Transportation <stayhealthystreets@seattle.gov

Lake Washington Blvd Survey and Update:
Here is the survey:
Here is background info:

In May 2022, we announced the start of a community visioning process for Lake Washington Boulevard. This process, in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation and the community, will co-create design concept(s) that promote pedestrian and bicycle uses and increase safety for everyone that travels along Lake Washington Boulevard.

Over the past few months, we’ve worked with a Task Force that includes long-time Seattle community members and representatives from local organizations including Friends of Seward Park, Seward Park Audubon Center, Disability Rights Washington, Rainier Valley Greenways, Mount Baker Community Club, Lakewood Seward Park Community Club, long-time Seattle residents, and neighbors near Lake Washington Boulevard. For the full list of Task Force members and their affiliation, please visit the project website here

You can watch videos of the Task Force meetings to-date on YouTube (links: meeting #1meeting #2meeting #3meeting #4, and meeting #5). We’ve also been out talking with community members at summer events like UmojaFest and the Othello Festival.

We want to hear directly from you – please take our surveyYour input will help us better understand what’s working well for you along Lake Washington Boulevard, what could be improved, and how we can enhance safety and the overall traveler experience. We’ll share the survey results with the community this winter.