Lakewood Seward Park Pedestrian Safety
By signing below, I support the proposal submitted to the Neighborhood Street Fund by the Lakewood Seward Park Neighborhood Association to add pedestrian activated walk signals with crosswalks to the following intersections: 50th Ave S and S Angeline St, 50th Ave S and S Genesee St, 50th Ave S and S Snoqualmie St, Seward Park Ave S and S Holly St
I support installation of crosswalks at the following intersections: Lake Washington Boulevard S and 43rd Ave S, Lake Washington Blvd S and 50th Ave S
I support crosswalks on raised speed humps along Lake Washington Blvd S at the following intersections:
S Dawson St, S Ferdinand St, S Genesee Way, S Adams St, 49th Ave S
The current intersections are access points to parks within the Lakewood Seward Park neighborhood. Enhancing the safety of pedestrians at the intersections will make parks more accessible and enjoyable for all.
Seattle added 15,339 people to the population between 2014 and 2015. In this period of rapid growth, safe access to our green spaces is an important goal in keeping Seattle livable and its residents healthy.