Green Lake Gets a New Boathouse
This month, construction begins on a larger, updated Boathouse (also known as the Small Craft Center) at 5900 West Green Lake Way N, 98103 for Green Lake. The 10,800 square-foot building will be fully accessible, preparing to launch Seattle’s first public adaptive rowing program and expansion of a paracanoing program. The design increases and maximizes […]
Green Lake Outer Loop Plan Finalized
Following input from a November survey, the Seattle Department of Transportation announced its plan to complete a biking/walking loop on the outer path circling Green Lake this week. Construction could begin as early as summer. The plan, comprising parts of Aurora Ave. N and Greenlake Way N., maintains road access within the southern edge of […]
A Complete Bike Loop for Green Lake?
You may have yearned for a less crowded way to circle Green Lake – especially if you are a cyclist. Since the city took bikes out of the inner path to allow social distancing at the start of the pandemic, cyclists had to patchwork their way around the lake. Now is your chance to make […]
W Green Lake Way Construction Starts
Seattle Department of Transportation announced that construction started a few days ago of the new two-way bike/walk lane in the section of W Green Lake Way N that has been closed since May 2020 during most of the pandemic. The target opening date is Oct. 1. An e-newsletter sent Sept. 16th said, “This design is […]
W Green Lake Way to Reopen in October
Seattle Department of Transportation announced the section of W Greenlake Way N that has been closed since May, 2020 as a “Keep Moving” street initiated at the start of the pandemic, will fully reopen in October – that’s BOTH WAYS this time – with an added bike lane. “We’ll be starting the construction and installation […]
Update: GreenLake Way Closure Permanent?
Speaking to Greenlaker today, Councilmember Strauss said “What they’ve [Seattle Department of Transportation] let me know is they are going to be briefing the mayor and making a final decision in the next two weeks.”
Closing the Loop: Protecting the Green Lake Outer Path
“With a protected path on Aurora, there can be a complete loop around the Green Lake Park that is safe for kids and others to safely and comfortably get around the park. It’d effectively be a 10- to 13-foot widening of the City’s best* park on all sides.”