Lake City Healthy Street

Updated January 23, 2024

What's Happening Now?

We are excited to announce that the permanent Cedar Park and Olympic Hills Healthy Streets installation will be in Spring 2024! This means replacing the temporary signs with permanent signs supported by either concrete sign bases or planters (see graphic below). In addition, we have updated our design for the Cedar Park and Olympic Hills Healthy Street and are adding additional safety enhancements along the route. To explore the updated designs, see the “Lake City Healthy Street Design Elements” section below.  

Example of Permanent Healthy Street sign base and planter

Example of permanent Healthy Street signs and planter.

For permanent Healthy Street locations, neighbors can elect to replace the standard concrete sign base with planters. SDOT will install planters at Healthy Street intersections based on the requests we receive from neighbors. Neighbors who request planters are responsible for maintaining the planter after installation. For more information about adopting planters and planter maintenance, visit the Healthy Street Planters webpage

Project MapMap that shows Olympic Hills, Cedar Park Healthy Streets, and Greenways, and Little Brook Healthy Street

Click to enlarge the map.

Design Elements

Along with installing typical Healthy Street features on the Cedar Park Healthy Street, we will also be adding all-way stops to the two intersections at 37th Ave NE and NE 135th St: 

Cedar Park Design Map



Greg Spotts, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 3800, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34996, Seattle, WA, 98124-4996
Phone: (206) 684-7623

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