General Meetings

COVID-19 UPDATE: Until further notice, WCC Board of Trustee meetings are occurring on the first Tuesday (7-8:30ish PM) via Zoom. Anyone is welcome to join and details of each meeting are posted on our website approximately 1-week before the meeting.  Time for public comment is provided at the start of each meeting and we invite respectful questions and comments throughout. General meetings will be canceled for the time being until social distancing requirements have been relaxed unless circumstances necessitate, at which point they too will occur via Zoom. 

The Wedgwood Community Council typically hosts one or more general meetings on subjects of community interest during the year.  Some examples of recent general public meetings were a Safety Symposium held in December 2015, and a meeting with the City of Seattle’s Department of Transportation in November 2016.  Both of these general meetings were held at the OneLife Church, 3524 NE 95th Street.

A lively group of Wedgwoodians met to plan for a community event in 2016.

A lively group of Wedgwoodians met to plan for a community event in 2016.

Other public meetings in 2014-2016 were held in conjunction with the Future of 35th Ave NE Project and with crime and safety concerns.  Small-group committee meetings were held for event-planning.

Work parties did clean-up at The Gathering Place at Hunter Tree Farm, created the Picnic Place at the corner of NE 86th Street and helped with a neighborhood street-cleaning on NE 85th Street near Ravenna Ave NE.

Events and general meetings are announced on signboards throughout the neighborhood, on this website, and in the Wedgwood Echo email newsletter.

Trustees Meetings

Wedgwood Community Council volunteers at a planning session.

Officers of the community council, called trustees, typically meet on the third Monday of every month except August and December, 7:30 PM in the Fireside Room of Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, 35th NE & NE 80th. All are welcome; please contact the council president if you wish to be on the agenda.

Occasionally, meeting dates change due to a holiday or to accommodate a speaker. You can verify the date and time for a particular meeting on the web calendar.