Find It, Fix It Community Walks

Find It, Fix It Community Walks are opportunities for residents to meet with the Mayor, city officials, police and other neighbors to discuss neighborhood projects and identify areas that need improvement, such as overgrown landscaping, litter, graffiti and street light outages.

The first walk of the year is on Tuesday, May 31, and residents are invited to join Mayor Ed Murray and SDOT Director Scott Kubly in the Aurora-Licton Springs neighborhood in north Seattle.

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Residents will get a chance to ask questions and hear about neighborhood projects including the Greenwood-Licton Springs Safer Streets Project, the Northgate Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge over I-5 that will connect to the future light rail station, the paving and safety project on Meridian Avenue and other projects funded by the voter-approved Levy to Move Seattle.

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Future Find It, Fix it Community Walks scheduled in 2016:

  • Belltown – Late June
  • Roxhill – July
  • Judkins Park – August
  • Crown Hill – September
  • Georgetown – October
  • Wallingford – Mid-November

On Find It, Fix It Community Walks, you can use the city’s Find It, Fix It app to report concerns. If you can’t make it to any of the scheduled walks, you can download the app and report neighborhood issues that way.

Find it Fix it appFind It, Fix It Community Walks were initiated in 2014 by Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, as a series of Mayor-led walks that help to improve neighborhoods one block at a time.