Who Are We?
Rainier Valley Greenways is a group of neighbors like you who are working to make their streets safer and more comfortable for everybody.
The best way to get involved is to sign up in the form below (or using this link). Welcome!
Fill out my LGL form!
You can also follow us online:
- We meet on 6:00 on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at Bike Works, 3715 S. Hudson Ave Suite #111.
- Google Group
- en Español: Rutas Verdes Comunitarias de Rainier Valley
- Primary Contact: [email protected]
Get involved or learn more about our top 2019 priority to #FixRainier Ave, Seattle’s most dangerous street.
- Our Safety Over Speeding campaign pushed the city to improve Seattle’s most dangerous street – Rainier Ave S.
- We helped scout and advocate for the best route for a N-S and E-W neighborhood greenway in our neighborhood.
- We brought attention the inequity around traffic signal timing in our community compared with more affluent an whiter communities in Seattle. Since then, some signals now give people walking more time to cross the street.
- And much more!
Archived Material and Previous Work:
Safety Over Speeding day of action!
Lake Washington Boulevard
Thanks to your advocacy, the city will be re-opening all three miles of Lake Washington Boulevard for people to walk, bike, run, and roll from Mt Baker Beach to Seward Park to people every weekend through September.
Reducing Our Carbon Footprint
The South End Guide To Reducing Our Carbon Footprint: Safety To Walk And Roll
A Vision Zero City
Making Seattle safer for walking and cycling is proving difficult. Article in Crosscut.
Bob's Biking Guide
Bob Svercl’s Biking Guide to the Central Area Greenway (N-S Route) – featuring the 25th Ave Stay Healthy Street.