Join Us for our June 2024 Board Meeting via Zoom, Tues, June 5th at 7PM

You’re invited to join us for our June board meeting on Tuesday, June 5th at 7PM via Zoom (meeting details below).  Our agenda is light for this month and our meeting may be relatively short: Welcome and Introductions Public comments Discuss past meeting minutes and tools for meeting minute taking Social Equity check-in Wedgwood Summer Picnic Update and “Call to Action” “Rumble Ready” Emergency Hub Event – Sunday, June 9th, 1-3PM Q&A Wedgwood Community Council is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85904891606?pwd=TzRyVUF6VCtsTHVhQjdYYjA0bnJZdz09 Meeting ID: 859 0489 1606 Passcode: WCC

“Rumble Ready” Hub Drill – Sunday, June 9th, 1-3PM at Hunter Tree Farm

Join your neighbors on Sunday, June ​9th, for an Emergency Hub drill in coordination with Hubs across the city.  We will set up at the Hunter Tree Farm lot, home of the Wedgwood Emergeny Hub, and practice our community’s response to a large disruptive event.  We’re calling this event “Rumble Ready,” but everything we learn would apply to a long-term power outage or other event, as well as an earthquake. We will be showcasing our Hub to the neighborhood, and we need YOU to train with us! Wedgwood Emergency Hub Drill Sunday, June 9th 1-3pm Hunter Tree Farm Lot (7730 Read More …

June Tips from the Wedgwood Garden Club

Jacqueline Houston is a member of the Wedgwood Garden Club, and also a Master Gardener of King County. She has been gardening in Seattle for over 30 years. Wedgwood Garden Club always welcomes new members, wherever you live – contact Jacqueline at tppoems@comcast.net for more information on our monthly meetings. As roses begin to bloom all around us, there is one rose that I am never happy to see – the infamous Dr Huey. Dr Huey was a Philadelphia dentist who experimented with tough root stocks for roses, and finally he developed one that was so hardy in the coldest Read More …

Join Us for our May 2024 Board Meeting via Zoom, Tues, May 7th at 7PM

You’re invited to join us for our May board meeting on Tuesday, May 7th at 7PM via Zoom (meeting details below).  Our agenda may change, but it’s likely to look like the following: Welcome and Introductions Public comments Discuss past meeting minutes and tools for meeting minute taking Social Equity check-in Wedgwood Summer Picnic Update and “Call to Action” Wedgwood Art Festival Save the Date – July 13th/14th Land-Banked Park Update Business District Changes Draft “One Seattle” Comprehensive Plan – Urban Centers Other business – planning around future hybrid community meetings Q&A Wedgwood Community Council is inviting you to a scheduled Read More …

Save the Date: Wedgwood Community Picnic on Saturday, September 7th, 3-7PM

We are excited to announce the return of the Wedgwood Community Picnic! This year’s picnic will be Saturday, September 7 from 3-7 p.m. at Hunter Tree Farm. Since 2016, the picnic has become a family-friendly event for neighbors to get together and celebrate local music, food and fun for an afternoon. Our mission is to build community by bringing neighbors, businesses, community leaders and nonprofits from Wedgwood and NE Seattle together. But, we need your help. Our fundraising goal for this year’s picnic is $5,000. Sponsorship: As a sponsor your contribution helps our volunteer team fund the infrastructure, permits, equipment and Read More …

May Tips from the Wedgwood Garden Club

Jacqueline Houston is a member of the Wedgewood Garden Club, and also a Master Gardener of King County. She has been gardening in Seattle for over 30 years. Wedgewood Garden Club always welcomes new members – contact Jacqueline at tppoems@comcast.net for more information on our monthly meetings. A side-yard is too often an overlooked, wasted space, but with the required setback from the property line of at least five feet, there is in fact room for a charming garden in there. I recently visited the celebrated Highline Garden in New York, a mile and a half of beautiful plantings on Read More …

Join Us for our April 2024 Board Meeting via Zoom, Tues, April 2nd at 7PM

You’re invited to join us for our April board meeting on Tuesday, April 2nd at 7PM via Zoom (meeting details below).  Our agenda may change, but it’s likely to look like the following: Welcome and Introductions Public comments Discuss past meeting minutes Social Equity check-in Wedgwood Summer Picnic “Call to Action” Business District Changes Wedgwood Center Redevelopment – Early Design Guidance Meeting Summary and Discussion Other business – planning around future hybrid community meetings Q&A Wedgwood Community Council is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Join Zoom Meeting https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85904891606?pwd=TzRyVUF6VCtsTHVhQjdYYjA0bnJZdz09 Meeting ID: 859 0489 1606 Passcode: WCC

No, Trader Joes is not coming to the Wedgwood Center Redevelopment…at least at this time.

Overnight, a sign went up to suggest that Trader Joes was coming to the former QFC location as part of the Wedgwood Center Redevelopment.  The date at the bottom of the sign should be the give away.  This April Fools joke has gone over better with some then others, but we can assure everyone that it is just a joke. Many people in the community have shared their preference for which grocery store they would like to see as the anchor grocer for the Wedgwood Center Redevelopment (feel free to share yours in the comments below).  We understand that Security Read More …

Wedgwood Center Revelopment Update – Posts EDG #1 Status

Security Properties presented 3 massing concepts to the Northeast Design Review board on March 25th.  The meeting kicked off with a presentation from Security Properties discussing their 3 different proposals (link), followed by questions from individual members from the Northeast Design Review Board, 20+ public comments, and then a disucssion amongst the Northeast Design Review Board.  By the end of the meeting, the Northeast Design Review Board preferred Security Properties Concept C and some of their 4 requested departures with additional analysis on specific concepts to be presented at a future Early Design Gudiance Meeting (EDG #2).  That meeting hasn’t Read More …

Spring Rose Care

Jacqueline Houston is a member of the Wedgewood Garden Club, and also a Master Gardener of King County. She has been gardening in Seattle for over 30 years. Wedgewood Garden Club always welcomes new members – contact Jacqueline at tppoems@comcast.net for more information on our monthly meetings. Late February and early March are the best times to prune your roses, but there are different kinds of roses that need different kinds of pruning. If you inherited some roses with your house, or if you bought some roses at a big box store and can’t remember what they are, then they Read More …