Pioneer Square East West Pedestrian Improvements
The City of Seattle's Office of the Waterfront & Civic Projects, working with community partner Alliance for Pioneer Square, has begun an effort to improve east-west streets in the heart of Pioneer Square. This project will design and construct improvements on portions of Main, Washington, King and Yesler streets between 2nd Avenue and Alaskan Way.
This effort will connect historic Pioneer Square to the new 20-acre waterfront park, improve accessibility for people of all ages and abilities, and improve the pedestrian experience. We will work to strengthen the renewal of public spaces such as Occidental Park, and we will support the vitality and culture of the district as a whole.
Following our first open house in April, we’ve developed the concept design for pedestrian improvements on portions of Main, Washington, King and Yesler streets between Alaskan Way and 2nd Ave S. Join us at our second open house to view our proposed concept design, learn how past feedback informed our process and share your input on how we’ve prioritized our improvements.
At this event, you can:
- Learn about the Pioneer Square East West Pedestrian Improvements project
- View the proposed concept design for east-west streets
- Connect with the project team and share your feedback on project priorities
- Hear how public feedback informs the design
Please RSVP so we know you’re coming!