Coe Kids Safe Crossing
WE'RE ON OUR WAYJanuary 2022
A group of Queen Anne residents has formed a community action committee to promote crosswalk safety improvements at 7th Avenue West and West McGraw Street, just south and east of Coe Elementary School. The intersection currently has a painted crosswalk on the east side of 7th Avenue West, but no other crossing aids that alert drivers to children or anyone who may be attempting to cross there. Read about the proposed improvements here.
Our goal is to secure improvements that will make this crossing safer for everyone in the community who uses this busy intersection. For more information, click on ABOUT.
We still need your help!
Funding for construction of the crosswalk safety improvements requires that the community fund half of those costs. That means that we still need donations to help offset hard construction costs.
You can make a donation directly to the project HERE. And because donations go to our fiscal sponsor, the Seattle Parks Foundation, they are deductible!
Here is Our Pledge Progress
Special thanks to Ken’s Market - Eric, Joe, and George - for making such a public display of support! This should go a long way to getting attention to this important safety project! And thanks to Michael Craft Photography for the stellar photo!
Thank you so much to our business supporters. We couldn’t do this without you!
West McGraw, LLC
Wink Hair Studio
Michael Craft Photography
We want to extend a special thank you to our elected representatives and other local community organizations for your enthusiastic support of the Coe Kids Crossing project.
Senator Reuven Carlyle
Representative Liz Berry
Representative Noel Frame
King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohn-Welles
Seattle City Councilmember, Andrew Lewis
Coe Elementary School
Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce
Queen Anne Community Council
Queen Anne Block Captains Network
Michael Herschensohn of the Queen Anne Historical Society