LAKE WASHINGTON BOULEVARD SURVEY
Please help guide the city in planning a safer future for all users of Lake Washington Boulevard by filling out this survey!
Occupying the 200 acre Bailey Peninsula, with three miles of shoreline, and 120 acres of old-growth forest, this city park has forest trails, wildlife, a swimming beach on Andrews Bay, two playgrounds, the Seward Audubon Center, the Clay Studio, summer camps, tennis courts, Shakespeare, community celebrations and open space. All are welcome!
The Friends of Seward Park
We are volunteers working to preserve and enhance Seward Park, on behalf of all of the park’s visitors, the old-growth forest, and many species of wildlife.
We meet monthly on the second Saturday of the month 9:30-11:00am at the Seward Park Audubon Center and/or by this Zoom link. Please join us!
The Friends of Seward Park is a non-profit (501c3) organization. Your donations are tax deductible (EIN# 36-4504396). We appreciate your donation!
Lake Washington Boulevard Visioning
The city is currently engaged in a visioning process for the future of Lake Washington Boulevard, which is used by homeowners, cyclists, cars, pedestrians, wheelchairs, strollers, scooters, service vehicles, and others. The boulevard is a both a park and a traffic arterial for commuters, recreational users, and residents, and, together with the lower loop road of Seward Park, has hosted Bicycle Sundays for more than 50 years. Please fill out this survey to help guide the city on the future of Lake Washington Boulevard.