Neighborhood Pathways Program

About Neighborhood Pathways

NeighborNeighborhood Pathwayshood pathways are shortcuts for people walking and biking. They connect streets to parks, schools, and other streets.

These pathways shorten trips for people walking and biking, and they provide more comfortable, off-street routes.


Neighborhood Pathways Map

This map shows current and planned neighborhood pathways, and it's a work in progress. Please let us know if there is a pathway that is missing by contacting Michelle Swanson at 360.753.8575 or mswanson@ci.olympia.wa.us.

 


Current and Completed Projects

The next project we are pursuing is the Ensign Pathway, connecting the dead end of Ensign Road to the Chehalis-Western Trail.

Completed projects include:

Pathway Neighborhood Group When Finished
Fairview Pathway Indian Creek Neighborhood Association Summer 2016    
Moore Pathway Governor Stevens Neighborhood Association
Wildwood Neighborhood Association
Fall 2015
Decatur Pathway South Westside Olympia Neighborhood Association    Fall 2015
Woodard Pathway Northwest Olympia Neighborhood Association 2014

Recently-completed Fairview Path

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Questions?

Contact Michelle Swanson, AICP, Senior Program Specialist, 360.753.8575, mswanson@ci.olympia.wa.us

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