Mayor McGinn Visits Wedgwood

Mayor McGinn and City staff toured 35th Ave NE and hosted a town hall in Wedgwood. Now with video and photos from his Wedgwood visit. Read More …

Welcome to Coffee Talks: A Series of Community Learning Opportunities on Neighborhood Planning Concepts

These Coffee Talks won’t discuss the wonders of Barbara Streisand, but they will focus on key concepts for to help guide the community’s neighborhood planning process. All are welcome. Read More …

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 …

Guest Post: What is the Donut Hole

The following is an article written by the Ravenna-Bryant Community Association on the “Donut Hole.”  To provide context to this article, the Wedgwood Community Council completed the Vision Plan in 2010 which recognizes that the “Wedgwood” commercial core extends south of NE 75th Street or the limits of “Wedgwood” as defined by the WCC bylaws and Seattle Neighborhood Atlas.  While the WCC has been actively pursuing a neighborhood plan in accordance with the Vision Plan, we have recognized that in order for the neighborhood plan to function as we believe it should, coordination with our neighbors to the south is Read More …

WCC Decides Not to Sue the City Regarding Pandora's Adult Cabaret

On Monday, the Wedgwood Community Council trustees discussed the possibility of suing the City over its permit issuance to the Pandora Adult Cabaret for the former Seven Seas Restaurant.  As you may be aware, this has been an issue that the WCC has been working on closely with the Maple Leaf Community Council, Ravenna-Bryant Community Association, Meadowbrook Community Council and the Stratford at Maple Leaf.  Due to the City’s response to our opposition, the sole form of recourse left to the WCC is a lawsuit. The case that we would be required to make before a King County judge would Read More …