Help decide how to spend $3,000,000 of the City’s budget on relatively small-scale park and street improvement projects in Seattle! Project ideas will be collected January 2 – February 2. Anyone is welcome to propose project ideas. Ideas may be submitted online or in-person at any Seattle Public Library branch or various public outreach events.
Many of you know that the 35th Ave NE repaving project is about to change how 35th Ave NE flows. What is certain in the Seattle Department of Transportation’s design is the addition of a protected bike lane(s). The channelization of 35th Ave NE will move parking to the east side of the street and remove the alternating rush hour parking restrictions currently in place on the east and west sides between NE 65th St and NE 85th St. The WCC had a preliminary meeting with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) yesterday to discuss what the channelization means to Read More …
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is now accepting applications for the Fall Quarter of the People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE). PACE is a civic leadership development program dedicated to teaching hands-on skills to the next wave of community leaders. The Fall Quarter begins October 7 and runs through November 4.
The votes from 2017 Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets have been tallied, and the list of funded projects includes one in Wedgwood.
The time has finally come! The Trees for Neighborhoods application period is now open.
People who live, work, worship, attend school, or connect in some way with one of the Seattle city council districts have an opportunity to vote for on their top three Your Voice, Your Choice district projects between June 3-30.
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.