Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets is a new Seattle program that lets residents decide how to spend $2,000,000 of the City budget on small-scale improvements to streets and parks.
A Neighborhood Transportation Forum will take place on Tuesday evening, February 28th, to introduce the NE 65th Street Vision Zero Project and discuss ideas for improving safety.
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.
The Seattle Police Department has a Crime Prevention Coordinator who will come to homes for security checks and meetings with neighbors about their crime concerns.
Along with two sidewalk projects, some water meter work is going on in Wedgwood.
The City of Seattle has a searchable map for locating the water and sewer lines to your house.
Check the Seattle Public Utilities holiday recycling page for what to do with holiday season items such as Christmas trees and greens, holiday wrap, batteries and electronics.
On Tuesday, December 13th, from 6 to 8 PM there will be a Northeast Seattle Neighborhoods Open House about land use, transportation issues, parks and housing policies.
Remember “the dump?” The new, rebuilt North Transfer Station is open for use. You can come for a tour this Saturday, December 10th, from 10 to 11:30 AM.
Now that Thanksgiving is behind us, and I am out of my food coma, I can reflect upon our WCC meeting and share what the take away’s were. On Tuesday November 22nd, the OneLife Community Church at 3524 NE 95th Street, played host to the WCC monthly meeting. We had Caylen Beaty, from SDOT attend our meeting and provide us with a 10-15 minute presentation regarding the North Paving projects for 2018. We also had Pamela Bowe, from the Meadowbrook Community Council, speak to us regarding neighborhood HUBS and emergency preparedness. During Caylens presentation she explained what factors are going Read More …