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Policing Our Neighborhood

Deputy Police Chief Carmen Best

A community meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, November 4th, to hear from Deputy Police Chief Carmen Best of the Seattle Police Department.  The meeting will be held at 7 PM at OneLife Church, 3524 NE 95th Street.

Deputy Police Chief Carmen Best has worked for the Seattle Police Department since 1992.  Her assignments include Uniformed Patrol, School Safety, Department Spokeswomen, Patrol Supervisor, Media Relations Supervisor, Watch Commander, Operations Lieutenant, Narcotics Proactive Commander, Robbery/Gangs/Fugitive Commander, Community Outreach Commander, South Precinct Commander, and Assistant Chief of the Criminal Investigations Bureau and Deputy Chief of Police.

What are your concerns about crime and police patrols in Wedgwood?  You may submit your questions ahead of time to Wedgwood Community Council President Brianna McDonald at

OneLife Church building at 3524 NE 95th Street, as shown from the parking lot on the east side.

The meeting location is OneLife Church, 3524 NE 95th Street (just east of the intersection of 35th & 95th.)

The meeting will be held on the main floor of the church building.  Park in the church parking lot on the east side of the building (shown in the photo here) and enter in the front door which faces NE 95th Street.  The meeting room which we will use is just inside the main front door.

Accessibility and sound info:  The main entrance of the OneLife building faces NE 95th Street and is level-entry.  There are three steps from the main hallway up to the bathrooms.  We will not use microphones or a sound system at the meeting.

Halloween 2015: WCC Trick-or-Treat on Friday, October 30th

WCC trustee Gretchen uses her superpowers to safely guide revelers across the street

Calling all boos and ghouls to mark their calendars for the Wedgwood Community Council’s annual Trick-or-Treat with local businesses!

On Friday, October 30, 2015, from 4 to 6 PM, Wedgwood’s stores will once again open their doors to costumed characters big and small. Look for the flyer in the window of participating businesses and be sure to thank them for their community spirit.

Also keep an eye out for the festively-dressed Wedgwood Community Council volunteers who will serve as crossing guards at the NE 75th Street and NE 85th Street intersections. There will be heavy traffic during those hours, so parents are encouraged to model good safety behavior and instruct kids to look and listen before crossing the streets.  Looking forward to seeing everyone at what’s sure to be a scary good time!

October at the Fid

It’s football season and what better place to watch the games than at Fiddler’s Inn, Wedgwood’s neighborhood pub!

Watch football every Monday night at 5:30 PM and come back on Saturday for music with Eric Miller and some grub off of the Smoker.

Join in the fun of pumpkin carving, too, at Fiddler’s Inn, 9219 35th Ave NE in Wedgwood.

Are You Ready?

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Get Ready for the Election

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Link Rail Info Meeting

Tuesday evening, October 6. . . . → Read More: Link Rail Info Meeting

National Coffee Day on Tuesday

Top Pot Doughnuts will participate on Tuesday, September 29. . . . → Read More: National Coffee Day on Tuesday

Getting Ready for the Big One

Info seminar on Saturday, October 24. . . . → Read More: Getting Ready for the Big One

Ceremony at the Trail

Groundbreaking on Tuesday, October 6th. . . . → Read More: Ceremony at the Trail

Thai of Wedgwood Building for Sale

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