We’re excited to share the winning community crosswalk designs, which will be installed in the weeks ahead.
We’re grateful to local artist Sarah Snedeker for devoting her time and creativity to helping us bring to life this latest component of the Melrose Promenade vision, and to the Berger Partnership and SDOT for their technical expertise!
The winning designs will be appearing at the corners of Pike and Pine in the next few weeks. Thank you to the 156 neighbors who voted on designs for the Melrose Promenade Community Crosswalks. Thank you also to the dedicated members of our advisory committee and crosswalk selection committee for their help in guiding this process.
In more exciting news, we will hold the first of three public meetings, in coordination with our partners at the City of Seattle and the Berger Partnership, to update the overall project vision and inform the future design of the “Active/Urban” section at the southern terminus of the Melrose Promenade. We are grateful to the City’s Department of Neighborhoods for the Neighborhood Matching Fund grant that is making this exciting next installment of our project possible. The meeting will be at 6pm on Tuesday, October 17 at The Summit (420 E Pike Street). Looking forward to seeing you there!