Biking, Walking, Livable Streets to Take Center Stage at Seattle Mayoral Forum

Bikes FremontEight Seattle mayoral candidates will discuss their plans for making the city’s streets great for biking, walking, playing, using transit, shopping, getting to school, and raising a family at the Livable Streets mayoral forum on July 1.

This is your opportunity to hear the candidates address issues relevant to livable streets including safety for all users, biking and walking connections, safe routes to school and work, and access to transit.

The forum is free, but please RSVP! Childcare will be available (register for it when you RSVP). A by-donation bike valet will also be available.

The Livable Streets mayoral forum is hosted by Seattle Neighborhood Greenways and the Park Shore Retirement Community with support from the Seattle Parks Foundation, Commute Seattle, Sustainable Seattle, Senior Services, Seattle Subway, Feet First, Washington Bikes, Cascade Bicycle Club, 12th Ave Stewards, Seattle Bike Blog, Futurewise, Capitol Hill EcoDistrict, Madison Park Community Council, West Seattle Bike Connections, and Bike Works.

Livable Streets Mayoral Forum
July 1, 7:00 pm
MLK Family, Arts, Mentoring, and Enrichment Community Center
3201 E Republican Street


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