Stay Healthy Streets

No matter how you typically get around West Seattle, you likely make some trips walking, pushing a stroller or rolling in a wheelchair. We are supporting people walking and rolling safely by converting a portion of existing neighborhood greenways (calm residential streets) into Stay Healthy Streets.

Stay Healthy Streets are closed to vehicles – but not residents or deliveries – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (until further notice). This decreased vehicle traffic makes these streets a safer place for you to make trips and explore neighborhoods by walking, rolling, or riding.

Find out where there are Stay Healthy Streets in West Seattle-Duwamish Valley neighborhoods.

Want to enjoy the benefits of Stay Healthy Streets on your block?

Read our guidelines and request a Stay Healthy Block permit. You may soon see residential streets around schools turned into Stay Healthy Blocks to create more space for children walking to and from schools.