In the year 2015 Seattle City Council divided into districts, with CM Rob Johnson representing Wedgwood south of NE 85th Street, and CM Deborah Juarez representing north Seattle north of 85th Street. In 2017 two other City Council “at-large” positions will be up for election.
Seattle Public Utilities is updating their business plan. You are invited to take an on-line survey or attend an info meeting on Saturday morning, February 4th, from 9 to 11 AM at The Brig at Magnuson Park.
Mayor Ed Murray is asking Seattle residents to light candles or hold lamps outside their homes on Wednesday night at 7 PM to show support for the city’s immigrants and refugees.
There is no better venue for Valentines Day than the Wedgwood Broiler! Grab your sweetie, check out the menu and make plans for date night.
With sidewalks under construction on two streets in Wedgwood, plan ahead to avoid the work zones on NE 95th Street and on NE 83rd Street near Wedgwood School.
Representative Jessyn Farrell of the 46th District (includes Wedgwood) has sent an update on school funding issues in the state legislature.
Everyone is invited to come for celebration of the NE Seattle Tool Library’s fourth anniversary on Saturday, January 28th, from 2 to 4 PM.
Wedgwood has two sidewalk construction projects in process: one on NE 95th Street and another on NE 83rd Street near Wedgwood School. Initial preparation work this week includes utility work, including relocation of the water meters of each house along the route.
A fire was called in at 1:18 AM on the morning of January 24, 2017, at the Greenside Marijuana store at 9800 Lake City Way NE. The building was fully engulfed in flames when firemen arrived.
Seattle Parks and Recreation will continue work to clean up debris and provide ditch maintenance at two landslide sites along sections of the Burke-Gilman Trail between NE 125th Street and NE 135th Street in northeast Seattle. The heavy rain has filled the ditches and requires attention.