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Outdoors for All event this Sunday and the last weekend closure of the summer is coming up

The last weekend closure of the summer will be October 2-3 (barricades will be removed on Monday, October 4).

This summer we've been closing 3 miles of Lake Washington Blvd to pass through traffic and opening it to people walking, rolling, and biking. The 3-mile closure extends from Mt Baker Park to Seward Park along Lake Washington Blvd. 

Thank you to all who enjoy walking, rolling, and biking along Lake Washington and thank you people driving for your patience with the change.

Stay tuned as we look for opportunities to continue school holiday and summer 2022 closures building on community feedback.

Outdoors for All event on Lake Washington Blvd

We're partnering with Outdoors for All Foundation to provide free, accessible cycling rentals for people with disabilities to experience the joy of riding. Click for more info

Date/time: Sunday, September 19, 10 AM – 2 PM
Location: The cycle rental tent will be set up on Lake Washington Blvd, near the entrance to Seward Park
Click for pdf version of the map.

Please send your comments to Due to the high volume of emails, we cannot always respond to each one individually, but we read and value your input. 

Check out our webpage for more info on this Keep Moving Street in multiple languages.  

Thank you,  

Keep Moving Streets team 

Click to watch 2nd grader, Maya Jo, enjoying her bike on Lake Washington Blvd. 
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