Seattle Parks Contact for Public Safety Issues

Are you seeing public safety problems in our neighborhood parks? Randy Wiger, 206-684-0775, at Seattle Parks and Recreation, handles public safety concerns in the parks. Please don’t hesitate to call him. His name was given out at January’s North Precinct Advisory Council meeting.

Seawall Open House

A bit further afield but it’s a big project which will affect the whole city…

The City of Seattle is holding an open house to discuss the seawall replacement. This issue has been getting a lot of coverage recently. Here’s a chance for the city to explain their arguments, answers questions, and get feedback. Given […]

Please Remember to Vote!

After the school post I wanted to remind everybody that there’s a ballot out right now for the February 9th special election. It contains Seattle school levies.

• Capital Levies (Proposition No. 1) provide the funds to renew and replace aging buildings with modern and efficient facilities. In addition, capital levy and bond funds are […]

Metro service changes starting February 6th

Beginning February 6th, routes 73, 77, and 373 will be rerouted off of 15th Ave NE due to construction on Thornton Creek Bridge (just south of Northgate Way). There are minor service changes for routes 242, 243, and 348. Visit the King County Metro web site for the full list of service changes.



Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day 2010 on February 6!

For Immediate Release: January 20, 2010

Contact: Lois Maag, 206-615-0950; 206-255-7293 (mobile);

Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day 2010 on February 6!

SEATTLE – Celebrate Seattle’s 16th annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day to reach out to neighbors, create new bonds and express thanks to those who help make your […]

Local School Open Houses

Here are a couple open houses that I got sent which are both happening soon…

Alternative School #1 – Thursday, January 28th 6:30-8:30: Classrooms open for visiting and chatting with teachers. Kid ambassadors will be available to guide your tour and answer questions from a student point of view.

6:45 & 7:45: Short presentation about […]

Company at Seattle Musical Theatre

A Pinehurst neighbor sent in a special promotion on behalf of Seattle Musical Theatre for their upcoming show, Company. I have been to multiple shows and always enjoyed myself.

SMT (formerly known as Civic Light Opera) is in its 32nd season and is located within Magnuson Park. We are the only large theatre in Seattle’s […]

Northacres Park Playground and Spray Park Renovation

The Haller Lake Community Club is hosting a meeting with Seattle Parks and Recreation about the renovation of Northacres Park, which is just on the west side of I-5 across NE 130th St.

Thursday, Feb. 4, 2010 7 – 8:30 p.m. Haller Lake Community Club 12579 Densmore Ave N Seattle, WA 98133-7730

Parks is […]

REMINDER: Pinehurst Community Council Meeting

It’s been a while since the original post and I wanted to remind everybody about the meeting tonight.

January 25th from 7:00PM to 8:30PM at Amante Pizza, 12319 Roosevelt Way NE.

We’ll be focusing on updates on the many different projects that have been going on in recent months.

“Is That Jazz” Festival This Month

I just got passed some info on a music festival with a Pinehurst connection. There is an avant-jazz music festival the next couple weekends which includes Sunship (previously mentioned here) on Friday, January 22nd. It includes Brian Heaney from Pinehurst and Stuart Dempster who lives in Lake City. I also want to repeat […]