Bike Everywhere Day Celebration Station at the Interurban Trail – May 2023
Safe Crossing Celebration at 83rd & Greenwood - October 2022
After years of advocacy, emails, public records requests, and even a little middle-of-the-night activism, we were so excited to celebrate the opening of the signalized crosswalk at N 83rd Street and Greenwood Ave N. This new safe crossing will allow more time for people to cross the busy arterial, automatic detection of people biking with a "Bike Detected" indicator light, and a more complete all ages and abilities route from Crown Hill all the way to Green Lake.
Thank you, SDOT, for making this crossing a little less spooky!
"BARK(ing) Day" - September 2022
Our take on PARK(ing) Day this year involved a dog obstacle course ("dogstacle course") and drawing attention to the need for a safe crossing at N 81st Street and Greenwood Ave N, right next to a park, library, and a block from an elementary school.
NE Greenwood Homezone Street Mural Painting Party - September 2022
NE Greenwood Homezone Planter Barrel Building Block Party - August 2022
Connections to Light Rail: A Bike Tour – May 2022
May 2022 Bike Month Challenge
Bike Everywhere Day Celebration Station at Greenwood Park – May 2022
“Stay Healthy Block” sign building – October 2020
We have lots of these ‘A-frame’ signs left – email NW Greenways if you need one on your street!
Bike Everywhere Day Celebration Station at Greenwood Park – May 2019
Greenwood Avenue N Walk with SDOT and CM Mike O’Brien – August 2018
We walked with CM Mike O’Brien and staff from SDOT to review the unsafe conditions for people walking and rolling in many locations along Greenwood Ave N.
Bike Everywhere Day Celebration Station at Greenwood Park – May 2018
Greenwood Avenue N Sidewalk Reveal Work Party – Earth Day 2018
PARK(ing) Day - September 2017
Temporary curb bulbs at Licton Springs K-8/Robert Eagle Staff Middle School/Cascadia Elementary School
Bike Everywhere Day Celebration Station at Greenwood Park - May 2017
PARK(ing) Day - September 2016
Parklet Café in front of Coyle's Bakeshop