Cheasty Boulevard Bike Ride
Sunday, September 20 @ 12PM
Meet at the open space at the top of Cheasty Boulevard where our restoration events gather.
Sunday, September 20 is the Mount Baker Town Center Street Festival. SDOT has closed Cheasty Boulevard and Mount Baker Boulevard, as an extension to the last day of Bicycle Sundays!
Friends, today City Council’s Seattle Public Utilities and Neighborhoods Committee voted unanimously in favor of releasing the $100k DON Large Fund grant we were awarded last year for the Cheasty Greenspace Trails & Bike Park pilot project! We are so grateful to the many supporters who came to City Hall today to speak in support… read more
We need your voice this week to tell City Council that it is time to VOTE YES for Cheasty Trails and Bike Park! Please come to this meeting and share your comments on our community’s project:
Thursday, September 17 @ 2:00 PM
Council Chamber, Second Floor, Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue, 98104
Thank you … read more
The Friends of Cheasty Greenspace/MtView believe that our city’s greenspaces provide ecological benefits to flora, fauna, and humans. Our greenspaces provide wildlife habitat and give surrounding neighborhoods the potential for access to nature and opportunities for responsible recreation that will benefit their health, well-being, and vitality. We sent out a survey asking our District 2 … read more
Welcome King 5 News Viewers,
The Park Department’s proposed Natural Area and Greenbelt Supplemental Use Guidelines (revision memo) (proposed guidelines) are designed to provide a clear, public process for evaluating the ever changing needs of Seattle and its greenspaces. These guidelines, had they been in place at the beginning of … read more
July 4th, 2015
Dear Seattle Councilmembers and Seattle Parks Board,
On behalf of VetBikes.org, I am writing to express our organization’s support for the restoration and enhancement of Cheasty Greenspace. … read more
The Washington Student Cycling League’s Executive Director Lisa Miller wrote a letter of support for Cheasty Greenspace on June 2, 2015. The letter is reproduced below:
Washington Student Cycling League
P.O. Box 22187
Seattle, WA 98122
p. 206-291-7773 | f. 206-577-4564
Empowering youth through mountain biking, one mile at a time
June 2, … read more
Marian Landa, Board President And all Board Members
New Rainier Vista HOA
2862 S Nevada St.
Seattle, WA 98108
In Support of Cheasty Trails … read more
APPROVED! The Seattle Parks Board of Commissioners has approved the Cheasty Trails and Bike Park pilot project! Next steps are to go to City Council for review and approval in August (mark your calendars for August 4 and August 10).
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Motion: Commissioner Lowe moves to recommend the project moves forward to keep momentum. Marty seconds.