Little Brook Stay Healthy Street

More space to play in a healthy way

Updated October 22, 2021

What's happening now?

Photo of street mural and text saying Art Celebration Event Saturday November 6 3-5 PM

Join us to celebrate the new street mural! We'll be at the space outside Little Brook Park on Saturday, November 6 from 3-5 PM. 

Learn more about the art and enjoy the Chief Seattle Club drum group and storytelling with Ty Juvinel (Tulalip).The street mural was designed by Seattle artist, Romel Belleza (Ilocano, Tlingit & Dishchii Bikoh N'Dee). The art was installed in partnership between the Seattle Department of Transportation and Lake City Collective to honor Native culture and welcome people to the Little Brook neighborhood. Free food and giveaways. All are welcome!

Take our survey!

We are asking neighbors how the Little Brook Stay Healthy Street is working for them and what they think of making it permanent. Let us know by taking our survey, available in multiple languages.

Project overview

Stay Healthy Streets make it possible for people to walk, roll, and bike in the street while staying 6 feet apart during the COVID-19 pandemic. Installed as part of our emergency response to the pandemic in 2020, they also provide an opportunity to consider how they might improve communities beyond the pandemic.  

The Little Brook Stay Healthy Street was requested by neighbors. We installed it in April 2021 as a 3-month pilot. We're extending the pilot through at least November. With the community organization Lake City Collective taking the lead, many neighbors are enjoying the extra space with activities like basketball, gardening, exercise classes, and movie nights. All are welcome to join. See the survey at the top of this page to collect input from neighbors about the Stay Healthy Street and whether it should be made permanent. 

A collage showcasing photos of the Little Brook Stay Healthy Street.

See more Little Brook Stay Healthy Street photos on our SDOT Flickr page.

Project map

A map of the Lake City Stay Healthy Street with the Little Brook Stay Healthy Street.

Map above shows the space on 32nd Ave NE outside Little Brook Park is closed to vehicles and open for play. 

Schedule

April 2021: Install pilot Stay Healthy Street

Summer/fall 2021: Hear from people on whether the Stay Healthy Street should become permanent 

Fall 2021: Share next steps for the Little Brook Stay Healthy Street

Materials

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