The Future of 35th Ave NE, A Community’s Decision

50 people from Wedgwood, Ravenna-Bryant, Matthews Beach, and View Ridge came out on Wednesday to learn about the development of a 35th Ave NE “Neighborhood Plan” that you, the community, will be developing. Read More …

A Walk Down 35th Ave NE With the City

WCC trustees walked 35th Ave NE with City officials and councilmembers and our friends from the Ravenna-Bryant Community Association on Tuesday to discuss land use planning, pedestrian safety, and traffic. Read More …

Just released! Annual ranking of most walkable U.S. cities

Walk Score, a Seattle-based company that measures the walkability of neighborhoods around the U.S., just released its annual ranking of the top 50 walkable cities late last week. Coming in at #6 is our very own Seattle, just behind East Coast cities like New York and Chicago; San Francisco, ranked at #2, is the only other West Coast city in the top 5. While it’s no secret that Wedgwood is one of the most walkable neighborhoods within Seattle, read on to learn more about Walk Score and its methodology…. Then refresh your memory of the Vision Plan to see how Read More …

Hunter Farms Project Kick-Off Workshop on June 11th!

Hunter Farm Gathering Place Project Community Kick-Off Meeting & Workshop June 11th, 10AM – 5PM at Messiah Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall (7050 35th Ave NE) (child care provided from 10AM – 12PM) On June 11th, we will be hosting a community kick-off meeting and workshop for the Hunter Farms Gathering Place Project!  The purpose of this public meeting/workshop will be to identify the project goals, define the criteria for the community developed designs, and brainstorm design concepts for a new gathering place.  All are absolutely welcome for the whole project. Due to the tight project timeline, we will need to Read More …