Summertime means road construction work, and there are projects going on in both eastern and western Wedgwood. Some streets are presently receiving speed bumps and traffic markings, and some streets will be resurfaced beginning on August 4th. Sidewalks have been built on or near 40th Ave NE at the site of the new school buildings.
Summer is one of the best times to get to know neighbors and network with them for crime prevention and emergency preparedness. The annual Seattle Night Out Against Crime is on Tuesday, August 2nd and you can download materials and apply to close off your street for a neighborhood gathering.
On July 18, 2016 the Appellate (appeals) Court ruled that the Schulte family can potentially pursue a lawsuit about death and injuries on NE 75th Street in Wedgwood.
The Wedgwood Community Council has chosen to present a new event this year, a Community Picnic on Saturday, September 17th, rather than the Outdoor Cinema which has been held in past summers.
If you travel through the Roosevelt and University Bridge areas, be apprised of the dates of paving and of bridge closings during summer road work. Note that University Bridge will be closed for the weekend of July 22-25 and again the following weekend, July 29 to August 1.
In July 2016 the Fiddler’s Inn, 9219 35th Ave NE, will have baseball, brew, BBQ and fiddle music — just not all at the same time.
Free trees are available from the City of Seattle’s residential tree planting project. Applications open on Monday, July 18th.
The monthly coordination and planning meeting of the Wedgwood Community Council will be held on Monday, July 18th at 7:30 PM.
The week of July 11 to 16, 2016 is full of opportunities to enjoy music, movies and more, in Wedgwood and nearby northeast Seattle venues.
The King County Elections Department will mail out ballots on July 13th for the primary election on August 2nd.