The City is studying the existing conditions and future needs for people walking, biking, driving, and living on the 12th Avenue NW/Mt. Olympus Drive NW roadway corridor.
The purpose of this study is to develop a preferred concept to add non-motorized facilities, which will improve connections for pedestrians and bicyclists between the Squak Mountain neighborhood and areas such as Tibbetts Valley Park, Issaquah Transit Center, and Central Issaquah.
Staff are looking for your help identifying how you currently use the corridor, how'd you'd prefer to use it in the future, and determine what's most important for the project to accomplish. Please provide your feedback in this survey by August 18.
This plan is in an early phase to gather feedback from residents. There will be additional chances for engagement in future phases. Learn more about the Squak Mt. Non-Motorized Improvement Plan.
Questions related to the plan can be emailed to John Larson-Friend, Transportation Program Coordinator.