Beacon Hill Safe Streets

Beacon Hill Safe Streets

How To Get Involved

Beacon Hill Safe Streets is a part of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways. Click on the icon to get on to our mailing list.

This group holds regular meetings on the 4th Thursday of every month from 6 pm at the Beacon Hill Library.

What We’re Doing

Do you want to create a better, safer Rainier Ave S? Get involved with our top 2016 priority for District 2!

What We’ve Done

Click on the icon above to see what projects we’ve worked on.

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What We're Doing

We are Beacon Hill Safe Streets, formerly known as Beacon BIKES (Better Infrastructure Keeping Everyone Safer) is a group of neighbors like you who are working to make our streets safer and more comfortable for everybody.
Our community group works on projects in North Beacon Hill and Mid Beacon Hill.

Do you want to create a better, safer Rainier Ave S? Get involved with our top 2016 priority for District 2!

What We've Done

Our Victories

  • We were instrumental in getting a better family friendly connection to Jefferson Park across busy S Spokane St and onto a new trail by working with the Beacon Food Forest, other communities groups, the Seattle Park Department, and the Seattle Department of Transportation.
  • We successfully advocated to incorporate our crowd sourced knowledge into Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan.
  • We scouted and identified a crowd-sourced map of important walking and biking routes (see map below), won a grant, and work with Alta Planinng to create a community circulation plan.

  • Crowd sourced mapping: We scouted and identified a crowd-sourced map of important walking and biking routes (see map below – which is now out of date).

View Beacon Hill Neighborhood Greenway Routes in a larger map

MAP LEGEND

Solid Green Line: Completed Greenway

Translucent Green: In progress/Greenway Funded

Red: Priority 1 Greenways to build next

Red Pin: Priority 1 intersections to build next

Narrow Purple Lines: Potential Greenway Routes (subject to change)

Purple Points: Potential Greenway intersection treatments

Wide Blue Lines: Cycle tracks and other expensive Low Stress infrastructure recommended