Lake City Healthy Streets

Cedar Park & Olympic Hills

Updated April 10, 2024

What's Happening Now?

We are excited to announce that we will start construction of the permanent installments for the Cedar Park Healthy Street as soon as late April!

We will install permanent signage with a concrete block base and newly painted curb space around it at each intersection along the Healthy Street. Along with installing typical Healthy Street features, we will also be adding all-way stops to the two intersections at 37th Ave NE and NE 135th St (see below). At intersections where neighbors requested planters, we will install the permanent signage with a planter sign base.

SDOT crews will likely be on site soon to start preparing for work. You may see crews marking the pavement along the Healthy Street. We encourage you to sign up for email updates to get the most updated information on construction.

However, the installation of features on the Olympic Hills Healthy Street will be paused until late Summer. Our crews have some time and funding to complete maintenance on several blocks of streets in the area. They will be putting down a new asphalt treatment—it's called a slurry seal—and it needs a little bit of time to set and dry before we come in and add Healthy Street pavement markings and other additions.  

Example of Permanent Healthy Street sign base and planter

Example of permanent Healthy Street signs and planter. 

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

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Design Elements

Cedar Park

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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