October 27th HPAC Meeting Agenda

Happy Halloween and Dia de los Muertos to all. Please drive slowly and carefully as you enjoy the decorations and trick or treating this year. This month we’ll be hearing briefly from SDOT Reconnect West Seattle and Home Zone planners on what is proposed to slow traffic on 16th Ave SW now that extra speedContinue reading “October 27th HPAC Meeting Agenda”

HPAC brings concerns regarding the Reconnect West Seattle Community voting process to Seattle Council

HPAC continues to raise issues with SDOT’s process for mitigating the impact on the detour through Highland Park, Riverview and South Delridge July 20, 2020 Dear Councilperson Pedersen, This feedback is to express our grave concern and request clarifications regarding the Reconnect West Seattle Community; in particular on the Roxhill, Highland Park, Riverview, S. DelridgeContinue reading “HPAC brings concerns regarding the Reconnect West Seattle Community voting process to Seattle Council”

Links to View HPAC’s Past Meetings and Next Meeting

View HPAC’s past meetings: June 24, 2020Community discussion on SDOT Mitigation Projects Process: a discussion about West Seattle Bridge detour traffic through our neighborhoods, identifying additional concerns and ideas, and reviewing ideas HPAC has presented for mitigation projects. Two members of the West Seattle Bridge Task Force who represent our area also attended.Meeting Recording: https://youtu.be/fuyhdRDjCDEContinue reading “Links to View HPAC’s Past Meetings and Next Meeting”

Speak Up for Highland Park Way/SW Holden Intersection Improvements!

Let’s fix Highland Park Way/SW Holden Intersection – We need your support! Highland Park Action Committee (HPAC) is gathering letters of support for an SDOT grant application to the Washington State Transportation Improvement Board for a “Compact Roundabout” at intersection of Highland Parkway and SW Holden St. in West Seattle. In hopes of increasing the chancesContinue reading “Speak Up for Highland Park Way/SW Holden Intersection Improvements!”

Want to See More Street Trees in Highland Park?

Thanks to the voter-supported Bridging the Gap initiative, SDOT is planting over 800 street trees per year, and they are interested in finding neighborhoods where they can plant about 100 trees within (about) a 4 to 5-square block area…. see this website for more information or call 684-TREE (8733) if your section of Highland Park is interestedContinue reading “Want to See More Street Trees in Highland Park?”