Have a neighborhood street usage project you would like to pitch? The Neighborhood Street Fund selects community-proposed transportation improvement projects for funding in the City’s Right of Way. To increase your chances for success, the NSF is offering application workshops, community sorting, public voting, and translations of materials into seven different languages. Want to learn more? Follow the links, below: Information about application workshops: https://www.seattle.gov/transportation/projects-and-programs/programs/neighborhood-street-fund The NSF Application: https://www.seattle.gov/transportation/projects-and-programs/programs/neighborhood-street-fund
The Ryther League is hosting a sales event at the to support the Ryther Center for Children & Youth on Saturday, November 3, from 10am-3pm at the center. Customers can browse collections of framed artwork and prints, vintage china, dishware, vases, silver-plated items, linens, furniture, crystal, and Christmas items that have been donated and curated from estate sales. Visit the Ryther League listing on Craigslist for a hint of what will be available, and please come prepared with boxes and wrapping materials for any treasures you may find. Note: Cash and credit cards will be accepted. All sales final. A Read More …
If you want to know more about the proposed budget for D5 2019-20, don’t miss this opportunity to take part in a Q & A with Councilmember Debora Juarezm, City Budget Director Ben Noble, and City Council Staff Director Kirstan Arestad at the Bitter Lake Community Center. Light refreshments will be served. Flyer D5CN Budget Forum Sept 2018 Final
Learn how to make an emergency toilet, operate an automated external defibrillator (AED), and other handy city life hacks at the Urban Survival Skills Fair on Sept. 30 next to Victory Heights Park. Hosted by Seattle Emergency Hubs, the fair will feature booths and information for those interested in emergency preparedness. http://seattleemergencyhubs.org/calendar-event/urban-survival-skills-fair-northeast-seattle/
The NE 70th St Crossing Improvement design has been updated to remove the parking option between Roosevelt Way NE and 12th Ave NE, to compensate for the narrowness of the street. Parking still will be available on the south side of NE 70th St between Roosevelt Way NE and 8th Ave NE as shown on the previous design. Updates and information about the revisions are available online at Seattle.gov: http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/projects-and-programs/programs/neighborhood-street-fund-program/projects/ne-70th-st
The D5 Community Network is hosting a public panel discussion with Citywide Council members Teresa Mosqueda and Lorena Gonzalez, and Deputy Mayor Michael Fong on Thursday, May 31, from 7-9 p.m. at the Haller Lake Community Club.
Join City Council Representative Debora Juarez and your neighbors at the Seattle Mennonite Church in Lake City (3120 NE 125th St.) on Tuesday, February 13 for a forum about issues that affect District 5. Light refreshments will be served. Click on the link below for more information. Flyer D5 Community Mtg with CM Juarez 2-13-18
Join the WCC Monday, January 22 at 7:30 at the Wedgwood Broiler (in the “secret” back room) to discuss the issues that will matter most to our neighborhood in 2018. Guests from the Department of Neighborhoods, the Wedgwood Garden Club, and 4toExplore will be on hand to answer questions. Click on the link to see the agenda. Hope to see you there! JAN_2018 WCC Agenda
From the people who brought you the Women’s March of 2017 comes a new event to commemorate the anniversary of that historic day and kick off a new year of activism. Return to Cal Anderson Park on January 20 at 10 a.m. for Seattle Women’s March 2.0–2018. Visit the event webpage on Facebook for more details and updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/2060643887505131/
Senator David Frockt and Representatives Gerry Pollet and Javier Valdez are holding a joint town hall meeting on Wednesday, January 3, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., at the Nathan Hale High School Performing Arts Center. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and get some feedback about district issues.