Posts tagged with COVID-19 Recovery Archives - SDOT Blog

SURVEY | Temporary Outdoor Café and other Safe Start permits are extended to May 2022. Share your thoughts on how we can improve these permit programs for the future.

Have you enjoyed a meal, drink, or treat on an outdoor patio at your favorite restaurant or café this past year? Chances are, if the outdoor seating was on the sidewalk or street, the coffee shop, brewery, restaurant, or ice cream shop may have been one of the 200+ businesses participating in our safe… [ Keep reading ]

Up to 2,000 Seattle employees in Chinatown, Japantown, Little Saigon, and Pioneer Square will receive an unlimited ORCA card as part of our new ORCA Recovery Card program!

UPDATE | August 25, 2021 We are distributing ORCA Recovery Cards in Occidental Square on: Monday, August 30, from 10am – 1pm   Tuesday, August 31, from 3pm – 6pm For more information and eligibility requirements, visit our webpage. Click here to preregister.  To help get Seattle employees to work affordably and… [ Keep reading ]

Can you play, shop, eat, make and sell art in the street? Sometimes you can!

Do you want to host a BBQ with your neighbors or set up a fun obstacle course for the kiddos? Are you a business looking to embrace the outdoors to sell local crafts, to break bread, or even to help Seattleites stay healthy and strong? We have permits for these activities, all… [ Keep reading ]

Paid parking rate adjustments coming June 1 to improve access to Seattle restaurants, cafes, stores, and other businesses

Other curbspace and parking updates: On-street parking & curbspace changes coming to Uptown. Uptown community informs new plan to prioritize on-street parking for neighborhood businesses and residents and encourage transit use, biking and walking to Climate Pledge Arena events Northgate and U District surveys. Share your feedback on our proposed curbspace… [ Keep reading ]