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Pothole Palooza Kicks off in Seattle

Seattle is kicking off Pothole Palooza on Monday, April 17, a campaign to aggressively repair potholes across the city. Beginning today, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is asking community members to report neighborhood potholes so we can map them out as our Pothole Rangers move throughout the city. There… [ Keep reading ]

City Offices are Closed Presidents’ Day

In observance of Presidents’ Day, City of Seattle offices are closed on Monday February 20th in observance of the federal holiday. On-street parking is free in Seattle on February 20th, Happy Presidents’ Day! Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885… [ Keep reading ]

City offices are closed Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

City of Seattle offices are closed Monday, January 16, honoring the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., leader of the modern American Civil Rights Movement. On-street parking is free in Seattle on Monday, January 16. Dr. King is widely regarded as America’s preeminent advocate of nonviolence and one of the greatest nonviolent… [ Keep reading ]

Happy New Year and Safe Travels!

On behalf of the Seattle Department of Transportation, we wish everyone a Happy and Safe New Year holiday wherever your travels take you. In the new year, SDOT will continue its focus on creating a safe, interconnected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. On-street paid parking is free in Seattle on… [ Keep reading ]

Happy Holidays and Safe Travels!

On behalf of the Seattle Department of Transportation, we wish everyone Happy Holidays wherever your travels take you. City offices are closed Monday, December 26 for the holiday. On-street parking is free in Seattle on Monday, Christmas Day (Observed), December 26.

Westlake Ave Protected Bike lane is the country’s best new bike lane of 2016!

PeopleForBikes  placed Seattle at the top of their list by crowning the Westlake Ave Protected Bike lane as the country’s best new bike lane of 2016! This week they made the announcement and spoke with SDOT Director Scott Kubly about the importance of the Westlake PBL, which is on the west… [ Keep reading ]

Happy Thanksgiving from SDOT!

Happy Thanksgiving from SDOT! City Offices are Closed November 24 and 25 in observance of the holiday. Please enjoy the holidays wherever they take you. On-street parking is free in Seattle on Thanksgiving Day, November 24. Please remember that… [ Keep reading ]

The New 2016-2017 Winter Weather Brochure and Snow Route Maps are here!

SDOT’s annual Winter Weather brochure has a large map of Seattle’s snow and ice routes, lists important telephone numbers and web sites to use during winter storms, and offers preparedness tips. Here’s a link to our Winter Weather page that has useful information about what to expect when it snows…. [ Keep reading ]

SDOT Mobility Innovations First Forum on Mobility Hubs

SDOT hosted the first Mobility Innovations Forum Monday, the topic Mobility Hubs. We’re hosting a speaker series on mobility innovations, running through mid-2017 (see below).  The City of Seattle is partnering with transit agencies and private mobility services to develop a network of shared mobility hubs throughout the city, providing better… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle offices will be closed Friday, November 11 in observation of Veterans Day

City of Seattle offices will be closed Friday, November 11 in observation of Veterans Day which honors our nation’s veterans for their service. On-street pay parking is free for Friday, Veterans day. On November 11, 1919… [ Keep reading ]