Wallingford Greenways

Wallingford Greenways

How To Get Involved

Wallingford Greenways is part of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways. Click on the icon to get on to our mailing list. The nearest group to Wallingford that holds regular meetings is Ballard Greenways.

What We’re Doing

Do you want to create dignified walk/bike crossings of I-5? Click on the icon above! Get involved with our top 2016 priority for District 4!

What We’ve Done

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

How to Get Involved

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What We're Doing

Currently. interstate 5 divides the neighborhoods of District 4 and prevents people from walking and biking east-west. Wallingford Greenways wants to solve this problem by creating safer sidewalks, bike lanes, and curb ramps on key crossings and explore the creation of a new crossing or lid.

Do you want to create dignified walk/bike crossings of I-5? Get involved with our top 2016 priority for District 4!

For a full overview of Wallingford Greenways' plan, click on the following link:Wallingford Greenways Plan.

What We've Done

Wallingford has achieved the following successes:

  • First Neighborhood Greenway in Seattle: The Wallingford Greenway goes east-west between Latona Avenue NE and Stone Way N on 44th and 43rd.
  • We celebrated the Opening of the first mile of the Wallingford Greenway 6/16/12. Watch a YouTube of the Opening festivities featuring a ribbon-cutting, gelato bike, and Kidical Mass!

Map with completed, currently constructed, and recommended greenways.

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We scouted and identified a crowd-sourced map of important walking and biking routes (see map below – which is now out of date).

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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