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April 23 – May 7: Chief Sealth Trail at 31st Ave S and S Graham St will be closed

As part of ongoing neighborhood crossing improvements in Beacon Hill, there will be 2 temporary road closures at the intersection of S Graham St and 30th Ave S and a temporary closure of the Chief Sealth Trail at 31st Ave S and at S Graham St. Earlier this March, we… [ Keep reading ]

Get your hands dirty (cuz it’s Earth Day)!

Happy Earth Day, fellow humans! Part of what makes Seattle the Emerald City is our trees and foliage. Imagine what Seattle would look and feel like without the green space and tree canopy. Here at SDOT, we play a big role in contributing to the urban landscape in the… [ Keep reading ]

Saturday, April 20 – Sunday, April 21: Road work at NE 80 St & Banner Way NE

The intersection of NE 80 St & Banner Way NE is heavily used by vehicles to access the I-5 northbound on-ramp. Our goal is to improve access for commercial vehicles accessing I-5. This weekend, we will begin the project by relocating a traffic signal pole and removing a portion… [ Keep reading ]

Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and 21: Maintenance work on Mercer St

Our crews will be performing landscape and road maintenance on Mercer Street this Saturday and Sunday. Here’s what to expect Saturday, 7 AM – 3:30 PM: Inside eastbound lane adjacent to the median will be closed between Westlake Ave N and Boren Ave N Sunday, 8 AM… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle this week: April 16 – 21, 2019

Here’s a look at Seattle’s upcoming large-scale events and construction happening around the City this week, April 16-21, 2019. These events may impact how you get around town, so be sure to see our trip planning tools at the end of this post and plan ahead! Also, don’t forget to look… [ Keep reading ]

You gave us 300+ projects ideas. It’s NOW time to VOTE!

Your vote helps decide which projects we build. We received over 300 project ideas in our Neighborhood Street Fund application phase, followed by community prioritization to see which projects your neighbors need most. Now, we’re calling on you to vote for the Neighborhood Street Fund projects your community needs… [ Keep reading ]

APR 13 & 14: Routine landscape maintenance on Mercer St. continues.

Our landscape crews will continue maintenance and cleanup of the medians on Mercer St between Westlake Ave N and Boren Ave N this Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14. The inside lanes adjacent to the median both east and westbound will be closed from 7 AM to 3:30… [ Keep reading ]

APR 8-11: Construction on Colombian Way & South Alaska St continues.

South Columbian Way / S Alaska St between Beacon Ave S and Martin Luther King Jr Way S is a two-way arterial serving southeast Seattle. This stretch of road provides an important connection for all commuters between Beacon Hill and Rainier Valley. Our goal is to improve the safety, accessibility,… [ Keep reading ]

See what’s moving in Seattle this week: April 11-14, 2019

Here’s a look at Seattle’s upcoming large-scale events and construction happening around the City this week, April 11-14, 2019. These events may impact how you get around town, so be sure to see our trip planning tools at the end of this post and plan ahead! Also, don’t forget to look… [ Keep reading ]

Would you like an outdoor table? More al fresco dining spots are on its way to Seattle!

Sidewalk cafes are spaces on the sidewalk used for outdoor dining. It’s a space for you to enjoy a drink or food outside. Not only are they fun for everyone around Seattle to enjoy, but they provide economic support to businesses and activate our streets. Businesses who are interested… [ Keep reading ]