EVENT | Do you live in South Park? Join our meeting on Oct. 13 to learn about our Home Zone plan and share feedback.

Art, greenery, and additional seating next to South Park Library. Photo Credit: SDOT Flickr

On Tuesday, October 13, we will be checking-in with South Park, to report back to the larger community on what we heard on the Home Zone walk on October 5, and collect additional feedback from community to develop a proposed home zone plan. A home zone plan involves the entire neighborhood working together to prioritize improvements that calm traffic, and improve pedestrian mobility and neighborhood livability.


Meeting Details

Tuesday, October 13, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Join the meeting using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89503483028

Or, dial into the meeting by calling +1-253-215-8782 and using the Meeting ID: 895 0348 3028.

To request an interpreter or accommodations for persons with disabilities, please contact us at 206-400-7511 or WestSeattleBridge@seattle.gov by October 12 at 6:00 PM.


Our work in South Park is part of Reconnect West Seattle – our framework for supporting neighborhoods impacted by the closure of the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge and restoring efficient travel across the Duwamish.

Downtown Seattle viewed from the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge. Photo Credit: SDOT Flickr.

The unexpected closure of the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge dramatically impacted West Seattle and the nearby Duwamish Valley communities. We have a vision to restore travel across the Duwamish to similar levels seen before the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge closure. At the same time, we want to reduce the impact of increased detour traffic in the Duwamish Valley neighborhoods like Highland Park and South Park.

Learn more about our work to Reconnect West Seattle and to identify and implement community-driven solutions.

We hope you can join us!