The time has finally come! The Trees for Neighborhoods application period is now open.
Local high school student Lauren is looking for volunteers to help with her Hale Action Project at Wedgwood Elementary on Saturday, July 22 from 8:00 AM until 1:00 PM.
Hello Neighbors new and old, Members, Activists, Future Volunteers, come join the WCC Board of Governors for our monthly board meeting. There will be discussions of all of your favorite community concerns, along with planning our Wedgwood Community Picnic. You will also be able find out what we have in store for the picnic and get to know how you can help within our community. The meeting is at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, corner of NE 80th and 35th Ave NE @ 7pm in the fireside room. Hope to see you there.
Happy 4th Everyone!! In just 11 days there is a family friendly event happening at 7:30 pm on Saturday July 15th @ the Wedgwood Ale House. The first set is at 8pm with a second set following at 9pm. The Benefit is all ages show, and your presence and donation will help to raise money for the design of Wedgwood’s future park on 35th Ave NE & NE 86th St. The park is currently scheduled to start design in 2018 and construction beginning in 2019. Wedgwood’s own, The Civillians are donating their time and talents for this community driven event. Robert Read More …
Join Councilmember Debora Juarez for the Second Annual Live in D5 celebration of arts and culture!
Don’t miss the 12th annual Wedgwood Art Festival on July 8-9 at Our Lady of the Lake Parish and School!
Join your neighbors for a fun night of food and music at the 2017 Wedgwood Community Picnic! This year’s picnic will take place on Saturday, September 16 from 3 PM until 7 PM at Hunter Tree Farm.
Lake City Future First is hosting Community Conversations, and is having an upcoming event, all are invited to attend
People who live, work, worship, attend school, or connect in some way with one of the Seattle city council districts have an opportunity to vote for on their top three Your Voice, Your Choice district projects between June 3-30.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has finalized the street design concept for 35th Ave NE, based on current and future needs and with the goal of creating more options to safely get around the neighborhood.