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Chief Sealth walkway to be improved by SDOT | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Saturday, March 25, 2017 | Broken clouds, 50 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter Radio Shack bows out locally as company closes 552 stores nationally RadioShack is closing stores across the nation and that includes ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... Sportswatch: Sports events worth keeping an eye on By Tim Clinton SPORTS EDITOR High schools Baseball Chief ... Amanda's View: Back-breaking, heavy-lifting By Amanda Knox I’ve never liked being in a rush. I forget ... Police Blotter Week of 3-20-17 Sleeping suspect arrested News Harbor Ave SW and SW Spokane Street intersection will be improved Chief Sealth walkway to be improved by SDOT Early Notice: Seafair Pirates Landing set for July 8; They want more people, vendors and fun Radio Shack bows out locally as company closes 552 stores nationally First-Friday Book-Talk for "Words, Writers & West Seattle" presents Judy Bentley Hawks Nest West coming together on Alki; Open at the end of April West Seattle woman robbed in her home; Suspect at large Catsino is back! Have fun and help animals at the same time April 2 Suspected arsonist/thief foiled by owner caught, chilled, thrown in the cooler UPDATE: Hope Lutheran Church collected welcome baskets for refugees; Huge success SLIDESHOW: Admiral Theater celebrates re-opening with ceremony and classic films West Seattle Food Bank Open House set for March 25 Washington State's regional fishery enhancement groups: Making a real difference for salmon (and orcas) Alki's Bar-S Field suffers major vandalism damage West Seattle Junction is one step closer to acquiring its own Residential Parking Zone Vehicle plunges off of I-5 after hit and run collision Sportswatch: Sports events worth keeping an eye on Do you have what it takes to be mayor of White Center? On the Go Week of 3-20-17 Public records access, costs targets of two House bills advancing to Senate Fauntleroy Boulevard walking tours share plans and problems with gateway makeover Arthur's dares to be a different restaurant; Clean eating lean is the model SDOT offering a Delridge Rapid Ride H Line Online Survey West Seattle restaurants come together to embrace Shi Chen and family Thirty four townhouses proposed for Harbor Ave. SW.; Property once owned by well known fugitive Michael Mastro SDOTThe walkway entrance to Chief Sealth International High School will be enhanced by SDOT next year. New ADA curb ramps, a potential pizza space, landscaping and a new paved walkway are planned. Chief Sealth walkway to be improved by SDOT 03/25/2017 updated 43 minutes ago SDOT is taking comments on walkway improvements to enhance access to Chief Sealth High School, also funded through the Neighborhood Street Fund. The project would install two 10-foot wide walkways on 25th SW and 26th SW to the cul-de-sacs to the north, and add pedestrian lights, and provide a better connection between Westwood Village, transit stops, and Chief Sealth High School. The Early Design Concept is shown on the project webpage, and copied below. SDOT is asking for comments about the design concept, and your experiences there. You can send comments to NSFHarborandSpokane@seattle.gov. Here’s a March 2017 project update, and the SDOT’s review of the 2016 grant application. You can sign up here for e-mail updates. Design is planned for 2017, and construction in 2018. A new round of Neighborhood Street Fund applications is scheduled for 2019. Thanks to District 1 Councilmember Lisa Herbold for this information We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! Web development by Freelock Computing © 2017 Robinson Communications Inc. All Rights Reserved. Contact Us Terms Home Delivery Media kit available on request -- contact Donao@robinsonnews.com window.fbAsyncInit = function() { FB. FB.Event.subscribe("edge.create", function(href, widget) { _gaq. }); }; (function() { var e = document. e.async = true; e.src = document.location.protocol + '//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js'; document.getElementById('fb-root'). }()); _qoptions={ qacct:"p-04cWTlFWpKYdM" };