In 1946, the Wedgwood Community Club – the precursor to the Wedgwood Community Council (WCC) – formed and continued representing the neighborhood until 1971. In 1987, what we now know as the WCC formed as the city was creating a formal neighborhood council structure through the city’s new Department of Neighborhoods. Since that time, the WCC has continued to represent our neighborhood with periodic dips and peaks in engagement and activity natural to most volunteer neighborhood organizations. The events over the last few months throughout our country and here locally have weighed heavy on the hearts of all WCC board Read More …
One of the oldest commercial structures in Wedgwood has been damaged beyond repair by a fire on October 3rd. Nathan the barber is continuing his business at another shop and wants all his customers to follow him there.
Tuesday, September 27th was Demolition Day at 8038 35th Ave NE. The sixty-five-year-old building was in a group of similar structures built by Wedgwood’s original developer, Albert Balch, on that block.
Is the Wedgwood Community Council going to dissolve?
An urban legend has been confirmed: there are deer living in the ravines in northeast Seattle.