Thanks to Maple Leaf Community Council, here is a website with valuable links to documents related to the Northgate Urban Center zoning and Northgate LINK Light Rail Station plans.
There is plenty of opportunity to get involved. Check back on that page once in a while, and we’ll also be posting some meetings on [...]
Sorry for the late notice on this and for everybody who won’t see it until the next email goes out. It only came in 15 minutes ago so I got it up as quickly as I could.
GREENWAYS & URBAN FORESTS Natural Area Restoration, Volunteers, Crime & Personal Safety
I mentioned this earlier when it was first canceled/rescheduled and I was correct about the date. It has been rescheduled for February 6th at 6:30pm at University Heights Center.
Notice of Design Review Early Design Guidance Meeting Project: 3012842 Address: 525 NE NORTHGATE WAY Area: Northeast Zone: NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL3-65, CONTRACT REZONE, ZONING SPECIAL ST WITHIN [...]
Looking for an alternative to your neighborhood school? Interested in a smaller learning environment for middle school? Come learn more about this NE Seattle option school.
Jane Addams is a public, K-8 school with an emphasis on environmental science. Along with rigorous academics, the school offers an integrated Spectrum program for advanced learners, bilingual services [...]
This week’s art in the Pocket Park is by Solly. He drew it at Pinehurstfest last summer. Thanks, Solly, for the great work! Pinehurst Pocket Park is at NE 117th St and 19th Ave NE. Unfortunately right now there is a large purple tag on the plexiglas. We’ll try to get it cleaned off soon.
Celebrate Seattle’s 18th annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day to reach out to neighbors, create new friends, and express thanks to those who help make our neighborhood a great place to live. Community groups, businesses, and residents across Seattle come together on February 11 (and the week of) to celebrate this day.
There are [...]
The deadline for the 2012 Neighborhood Project Fund is February 1st. For those not aware, this is a city fund that lets people propose projects in their neighborhood that they would like to see done. These are small park or street improvements (up to $90k) such as playground improvements, pathway upgrades, accessibility improvements, traffic circles, [...]
Union Gospel Mission is running the homeless shelter in the old Lake City fire station. You can see the advisory committee meeing minutes from December 20, 2011 here.