Work Parties:

October 2018

10/20/2018
Cheasty GS: Cheasty Blvd
5 out of 80 volunteers signed up

November 2018

11/03/2018
Cheasty Greenspace: Mt View
34 out of 100 volunteers signed up
11/17/2018
Cheasty GS: Cheasty Blvd
0 out of 80 volunteers signed up

December 2018

12/01/2018
Cheasty Greenspace: Mt View
0 out of 50 volunteers signed up
12/15/2018
Cheasty GS: Cheasty Blvd
0 out of 80 volunteers signed up

Other Upcoming Events: 

6 days ago

Friends of Cheasty Greenspace/Mt. View

Thanks Mountaineers and UW KA for your great work in the Cheasty woods on Saturday Oct 5! We've cleared a lot of ground for the big PLANT on Green Seattle Day on Nov. 3! ...

 

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yay! thank you for keeping Seattle green.

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1 week ago

Cheasty Trails and Bike Park

Come plant the forest of the future—needed now more than ever!—in our neighborwood!Do you live in Beacon Hill, or nearby in Columbia City? Then make sure to celebrate Green Seattle Day right in your own neck-of-the-woods by coming out to plant at Cheasty Greenspace Mt. View! Volunteer this November 3rd and make an impact in the neighborhood you live in. Sign up today because spots are filling fast: www.greenseattle.org/get-involved/green-seattle-day/ ...

Come plant the forest of the future—needed now more than ever!—in our neighborwood!

2 weeks ago

Cheasty Trails and Bike Park

The Cheasty Trails & Bike Park is back on track. On Oct. 2, Seattle Parks and Recreation announced at a meeting that it is ready to move forward with the plan for mountain bike and pedestrian trails in Cheasty Greenspace.

This is great news!

At this point in 2016, the Seattle Hearing Examiner found issues with the proposal and instructed Parks to do more careful study of wildlife and water and geotechnical issues in the greenspace. Those studies have been completed.

The plan for the 15-month pilot project will be submitted in the next week, according to Parks’ David Graves, who noted during the meeting: “A lot of what this trail is about is making connections for pedestrians as well as bikers.”

We agree. Onward.

We'll keep you updated about how to comment on the plan as soon as it is submitted for public comment.

Thanks for your ongoing support!

Read the reports:
www.seattle.gov/parks/about-us/current-projects/cheasty-mountain-bike/pedestrian-trail-pilot-project
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