Approximately 20 people attended a walking audit conducted Feet First for the White Center Heights Elementary as a part of the King County Food and Fitness program. The audit complemented
the Recreation and Conservation Office grant Available to build or improve outdoor recreational facilities. The grant programs accepting applications are just three of the 15 grant programs administered by the
Sound Transit is seeking volunteers to fill an immediate opening on its Citizen Oversight Panel (COP).
Sound Transit is seeking volunteers to fill an immediate opening on its Citizen Oversight Panel (COP). Sound Transit relies on the oversight and expertise from the dedicated and independent group
Feet First endorses the proposed rechannelization of NE 125th Street between Roosevelt Way and 35th Avenue NE to three lanes of traffic. There has been much debate in Seattle of
Get out and vote on walking, biking and transit. Walking is a Right, not a privilege. “It’s the last weekend before the City Council starts voting on the budget (which
Need a reason to think of trying transit across SR 520? We’ve got a few: Tolling is coming to the SR 520 bridge in spring 2011. Anyone who walks, know
Seattle Mayor McGinN has proposed his 2011/2012 budget. A $5 million dollar increase for peds, bicyclists and transit Riders. This budget includes more support for walking, biking, and transit. We’ll