The WCC has been notified by Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) that in response to significant revenue losses as a result of COVID-19 which impacts the city’s 2020 budget, the city and SPR are suspending $10 million in capital project work. Included in the suspended work is the development of the city’s five land-banked park properties, of which our new park is one. Unfortunately, there is no known time frame when the new park will be developed or what its name will be. SPR has simply noted that they will work to secure funding in future budget cycles. We know Read More …
Volunteers of the Wedgwood Community Council turned out on October 23rd to clean up our future park at the corner of NE 86th Street.
Get to know community volunteers and do community service at the same time at a work party on Sunday, October 23rd at 10:30 AM. Volunteers will weed, rake, and remove trash at the corner of NE 86th Street in Wedgwood’s Future Park (called Morningside).
We got soaking wet at Saturday’s WCC meet-and-greet in the rain, but we had fun anyway.
Our thanks to the Wedgwood Garden Club for their support of Wedgwood’s future park at the corner of NE 86th Street.
Wedgwood volunteers turned out in force for Spring Clean on Saturday, April 23 and they got a lot done.
The Wedgwood Garden Club will have a Plant Sale from 9 to 3 on Saturday, April 30th.
Spring Clean work parties begin at 9 AM on Saturday, April 23rd.
Everyone is invited to join in and volunteer to clean up Wedgwood this Saturday, April 23rd, beginning at 9 AM.