Join SDOT Director Scott Kubly for morning coffee and informal conversation in South Park or online Monday evening:
- Via Vadi Caffèe, 8600 14th Ave. S Monday, 4/20, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
- Online Meeting from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Please Register at http://bit.ly/1IixdeE
Here is a Calendar of Upcoming Events (calendar will continue to be updated):
- 4/19/15 – West Seattle Farmers Market 10 AM – 2 PM at California Ave SW & SW Alaska
- 4/20/15 – Online Open House 6 – 6:45 PM – Register online, see above.
- 4/20/15 – Coffee with Scott Kubly 8 – 9 AM at Via Vadi Caffee, 8600 14th Avenue S
- 4/21/15 – Seattle Freight Advisory Board 9:30 – 11:30 AM at Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Avenue Rm. L-280
- 4/22/15 – Greater Duwamish District Council 6:30 PM at Georgetown City Hall, 6202 13th Ave S
- 4/22/15 – Southeast District Council 6:30 PM at Rainier Community Center, 4600 38th Ave S
- 4/22/15 – Northwest District Council 7 PM at Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N 85th St
- 4/23/15 – Coffee with Scott Kubly 1 – 2 PM at Milstead & Co Coffee, 770 N 34th St
- 4/23/15 – Drop-in session 5 – 7 PM at Rainier Community Center, 4600 38th Ave S
- 4/25/15 – U District Farmers Market 9 AM – 2 PM at University Way NE between 50th & 52nd
- 4/26/15 – Fremont Sunday Market 10 AM – 5 PM at Corner of 3410 Evanston Ave North
- 4/26/15 – Broadway Farmers Market 11 AM – 3 PM at Broadway Ave E and E Pine St
- 4/26/15 – Ballard Farmers Market 10 AM – 3 PM at 5345 Ballard Ave NW
- 4/26/15 – West Seattle Farmers Market 10 AM – 2 PM at California Ave SW & SW Alaska
- 5/6/15 – Columbia City Farmers Market 3 – 7 PM at 37th Ave S and S Edmunds St
Mayor Murray announced a proposal last month for a nine-year, $900 million levy to replace the existing $365 million Bridging the Gap levy that expires at the end of 2015. The Transportation Levy to Move Seattle proposal focuses on taking care of the basics, maintaining our streets, bridges, and sidewalks, while also investing in the future with improvements that give us more transportation choices to move more people and goods in and around our growing city.
Since introducing the levy proposal, we’ve hosted three open houses in different parts of the city, and presented to numerous community and business organizations, as well as city advisory boards and commissions. We’ll continue these community briefings, and throughout April, will be hosting an additional round of opportunities for the public to learn about the proposal and provide feedback.
Share your input: Take this short survey to tell us what you think of the proposal and share your transportation priorities: www.moveseattlesurvey.com