Each month the North Precinct Advisory Council meets for discussions on issues of concern to north Seattle residents. At the most recent meeting, November 2, 2016, the topic of discussion was the idea of splitting the precinct into two regions, east and west of the freeway.
The North Precinct Advisory Council (NPAC) is a monthly meeting with a speaker and information on community crime and social issues. The meeting this week is on Wednesday, November 2nd, at 7 PM.
Seattle University is conducting an on-line Public Safety Survey for your perception of safety and security in your neighborhood.
You can meet Seattle Police Department representatives, ask questions and hear about current issues at the monthly North Precinct Advisory Council meeting, Wednesday evening, October 5th.
Do you have unwanted/unused medications? Dispose of them safely on the National Drug Take-Back Day, Saturday, October 22nd between the hours of 10 AM to 2 PM.
Plans for a new police station to be located at the southeast corner of North 130th Street and Aurora Avenue North, have been slowly grinding on since 2013. Plans hit a snag in 2016 when a dispute arose about the cost of the proposed design.
One of the most common inquiries which comes to the Wedgwood Community Council via Facebook, Twitter and this webpage, is, “Why is there a helicopter hovering over Wedgwood?”
The new Micro Community Policing Plans are designed to address the distinctive needs of each community. Although there is not a plan specifically for Wedgwood, Wedgwoodians can attend one of the upcoming meetings to be held on August 9, 10 and 22. On Monday, August 22nd, the meeting will be held at 6 PM at the Northeast Branch Library.
This year’s Seattle Police Foundation Picnic will be held on Saturday, July 9th, in Ballard. Meet North Precinct officers while enjoying free food, music and children’s activities.
For the past few years on May 1st, various organizations and individuals have chosen to participate in coordinated and impromptu protests in downtown Seattle.