Reporting Housing & Land Use Code Violations – Clean Up Your Act

Seattle Council member Sally Clark’s current newsletter reminds us of the city’s Clean Up Your Act legislation, which increased fines for landlords and home owners who refuse to clean up their properties. If you have an on-going problem with a run-down or messy neighbor, you can make a complaint to the city. You can file […]

Thornton Creek Alliance Invitation

I’m terribly sorry about this being late for everybody who might not get this post in time. I’ve been sick and it just didn’t get marked to post like it should have.

Arthur Lee Jacobson, Renowned Seattle Plant Expert,

will present:

Native Trees […]

Hubbard Homestead Park Opens 4/23 with Egg Hunt

Our new park, Hubbard Homestead Park, will open on Saturday, April 23rd! However, construction on the skate park portion of the park will continue into the summer.

The Mayor will be present for the opening celebration:

If you’re looking for a spring egg hunt, join Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Northgate community for […]

SDOT Recommends 125th St Project

SDOT has posted on their blog that they will move forward with rechannelizing NE 125th St:

After hearing from the public and conducting additional analysis, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has recommended to Mayor Mike McGinn that the city undertake a project to enhance safety along Northeast 125th Street by rechannelizing the roadway. […]

Free Acupuncture Day on April 1st at North Seattle Community Acupuncture

A free event passed along by a local Pinehurst Business:

What’s better than a free acupuncture treatment? A free treatment for both you and your friend!

Introduce someone new to the North Sea this Friday (April 1st) and both of you will receive free treatments.

Sure, you […]

Give Input on Aging in the Neighborhood

This could be a good place to make a pitch for sidewalks and public transportation- that’s what I did. 🙂 This survey is for all ages (we’re all aging).

Pinehurst Seattle,

Aging and Disability Services (ADS) needs community input! Every four years, ADS prepares a new Area Plan on Aging for King County, which guides […]

15th Ave NE Bridge Construction Project Update

Here is an update, as of 3/28/2011, from the project manager:

“The weather calmed enough to allow the contractor to place the concrete deck overlay last Wednesday, which was the last major task to be completed. The contractor is working on the installation of the separation barrier, which could not be installed until after the […]

Violent attack in condo complex on 15th

Information on Saturday night’s attack can be found at

SATURDAY Work Party At Thornton Creek Park #1

Where: Thornton Creek Park #1. Trailhead at 1100 NE130th St. Park at end of the road or near 12th NE & NE 130th When: This Saturday, March 26th, 9am -3pm. Rain or shine. Helping just part of the time is good too. Who: Neighbors, Friends Of Thornton Creek Park #1 members, YOU…and that strong friend […]

Important Nickelsville Meeting

The Deputy Mayor of Community, Darryl Smith passed along a message on an upcoming meeting on Nickelsville. It’s a good chance to learn more about what’s going on, ask questions, and provide feedback. I’d also suggest taking a look at some of the stories on Lake City Live where they’ve covered this extensively.

Posted by Phillip | March 21st, 2011 | Category: Lake City, Meadowbrook Community Center, Nickelsville | Leave a comment