Community meeting to learn about 15th Ave S improvements – Feb 26

We have fresh paving & intersection plans for 15th Ave S

This year we’ll begin repaving about a mile of 15th Ave S between S Spokane St and S Angeline St, repaving a section of S Spokane St between S Columbian Way and 18th Ave S, and improving the intersection near S Oregon St, 15th Ave S, and S Columbian Way.
This stretch of road is an important connection for people traveling between Beacon Hill and Rainier Valley. We want to ensure that these improvements contribute to a safer space for all travelers, and balance the needs of all modes of transportation, so that everyone can get where they need to go safely and conveniently.

Map of project area at 15th Ave S

Map of project area at 15th Ave S

Join us at a public meeting to learn all about the upcoming project.

Wednesday, February 26

Mercer Middle School, 1600 Columbian Way, Seattle

Public Meeting: 6:30 – 8:30pm | Presentation @ 7:00pm

The venue is ADA-accessible. To request an interpreter or accommodations for persons with disabilities, please contact (206) 684-4193 at least 5 working days prior to the event.

Details of 15th Ave S and S Columbian Way intersection improvements

Project improvements include:

  • New pavement making the roadway safer and smoother for travel
  • Drainage improvements to extend the life of the roadway and make the streets safer and smoother to use
  • Right-turn-only “slip lane” at 15th Ave S and S Spokane St
  • Upgraded pedestrian push buttons in select locations to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards
  • Upgraded curb ramps in select locations to meet ADA standards
  • Improved and updated select sidewalks that are in need of repair
  • Improvements at 15th Ave S and S Columbian Way intersection to offer a pedestrian-friendly peninsula, new curb bulbs, and improved connections for bicycles.

Want more info?

Come to the public meeting, learn more online, subscribe for project email updates, email us at 15thAveAAC@seattle.gov, or leave us a voicemail at 206-775-8719.