On Thursday, October 27th the Thornton Creek Alliance will hear how recent creek improvement work will help promote the health of the watershed.
Seattle Public Utilities asks everyone to adopt the street drain nearest to your house. Rake leaves out to clear the drain and prevent water from backing up and flooding your street.
A beloved tradition begun by the volunteers of the Wedgwood Community Council, the business district trick-or-treat for Halloween will be on Monday, October 31st from 4 to 6 PM.
The seasonal Pumpkin Extravaganza in Wedgwood begins on Saturday, October 8, 2016. Scout Troop 151 of Maple Leaf brings pumpkins to Wedgwood on Saturday and Sunday 10 AM to 6 PM through October 30th.
Volunteers of the Wedgwood Community Council turned out on October 23rd to clean up our future park at the corner of NE 86th Street.
You can get free “slow down” signs to put in your yard, on the parking strip or in a traffic circle to remind drivers to SLOW DOWN on residential streets.
The new MOD Apartment is inviting all neighbors to an Open House on Wednesday, October 26th, to enjoy food trucks and take a tour of the remodelled former Theodora building.
The next Booktoberfest event will be on Wednesday, October 26th, from 6 to 8 PM at the Elliott Bay Brewery and Public House in Lake City. Mingle with other book lovers at happy hour and discuss what you are currently reading.
A developer is making plans to replace the trailer park at 2101 NE 88th Street with a townhouse complex. The next step is a Design Review Board meeting on Monday, November 21st, at which plans will be presented.
Get to know community volunteers and do community service at the same time at a work party on Sunday, October 23rd at 10:30 AM. Volunteers will weed, rake, and remove trash at the corner of NE 86th Street in Wedgwood’s Future Park (called Morningside).
The week of October 17 to 23, 2016, is full of choices for activities and fun events.
Seattle University is conducting an on-line Public Safety Survey for your perception of safety and security in your neighborhood.
Recently survey teams were seen at work along 35th Ave NE. The reason is that planning has begun for this arterial’s repaving in the year 2018. On Monday, October 17th, there will be an open house for displays of upcoming paving projects in northeast Seattle.