Safe School Walk Routes Taskforce

What is it?

The Safe School Walk Routes (SSWR) Taskforce is a group of representatives from K-12 schools in Bothell. The group's goal is to develop a prioritized project list based upon schools' needs. We created the taskforce to maintain a line of communication between the schools and the City to make sure SSWR needs are clearly understood.

Primary objectives of the taskforce

  1. Identifying school needs
  2. Determining safe school walk routes criteria and prioritization process
  3. Developing a list of prioritized projects using adopted criteria and prioritization process

Taskforce members

SSWR Task Force 4.17.17 (JPG)

Read the summary report from the taskforce

The work of the taskforce has been summarized in a report for Council to be presented on February 20, 2018. The summary provides a deeper look into the process the taskforce used to prioritize identified school needs.

  1. What do members do?
  2. Who are the members?
  • Act as liaisons to the agencies, organizations, or stakeholder groups they represent, gather and share information, and solicit feedback
  • Facilitate the identification of pedestrian needs specific to their organizations or agencies
  • Serve as ongoing champions for implementation of the SSWR project list
  1. Meeting notes
  2. Meeting agendas