The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is improving public access and shoreline habitat at 11th Avenue NW as part of SDOT’s Shoreline Street Ends Program. This program aims to enhance public access to shorelines at over 140 locations where Seattle streets end at the water.
Improvements at 11th Ave NW will be designed and constructed by graduate and undergraduate students in the University of Washington’s landscape architecture “Design/Build” program. Shoreline access improvements at this street end will focus on increasing views of the Ship Canal and enhancing public access to the water.
SDOT will be hosting an open house
Where: Ballard Public Library, 5614 22nd Avenue NW
When: Monday, January 26th from 6 PM – 7:30 PM.
Please join to provide feedback on the designs and communicate what you’d like to see at the site.
Construction at this site will begin at the end of March, 2015. For more information about the shoreline street ends program please visit: www.seattle.gov/transportation/stuse_stends.htm.
To learn more about UW’s Design-Build program please visit: