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North Corridor Transit Project Update

Extending light rail from Northgate to Lynnwood

Sound Transit has been studying potential light rail routes and station between Northgate and Lynnwood along Interstate 5 based on results of environmental scoping and community input received last summer and fall. Recently the Sound Transit Board of Directors took a major step toward expanding mass transit by […]

Get Prepared for Possible Emergencies

The NE Seattle Emergency Preparedness group is planning its first public meeting featuring activities funded by a recent grant from the Department of Neighborhoods – Thursday evening, March 15th, 6:30-9:00 pm at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, 8008 35th Avenue NE.

Wedgwood Community Council (Bill Dock) & Sustainable NE Seattle (JoAnn Kerr) are the organizers and […]

Occupied Burglary Report

This message came today from Terrie Johnston, SPD Crime Prevention Coordinator. Please note her recommendations for crime prevention in the home:

“Please be aware that yesterday and today, in the early morning hours, 3 occupied burglaries occurred – 2 in Maple Leaf neighborhood and 1 near Greenlake. It appears that the victims in all cases […]

Kids Art in the Pinehurst Pocket Park

Thanks to the Parks Dept, the graffiti is cleaned off of the kiosk, and there’s a brand new Plexiglas cover. So it’s time to put up a new picture made by a Pinehurst youngster.

This week’s art in the Pocket Park is by Eileen. She drew it at Pinehurstfest last summer. Thanks, Eileen, for your […]

Save the Date for Pinehurst Community Council meeting 3/8/2012

‎The next Pinehurst Community Council meeting will be the evening of March 8th. More info – location, time, agenda, will be announced later. We hope to meet for the first time in the Pinehurst Playfield shelter house, but it’s not confirmed yet. We do have confirmation that Terrie Johnston, our SPD Crime Prevention Coordinator, will […]

Two Dog Yoga Free Days

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Dog Yoga offers 16 yoga and qigong classes spread throughout FOUR DAYS FREE. Get free of your routine and try something new. This is your chance to try out a different teacher, get a taste of a different form and bring your friends, families and neighbors into […]

Closing in On a Drug House

Sometimes on a walk to the library I’ve noticed unusual activity at a house near NE 127th St & 25th Ave NE. For instance, one morning a guy holding a beer was in the empty street yelling. I learned recently it’s a known drug house. Here is a report on what SPD is doing about […]

January 2012 Crime Map

Here is a limited picture of Pinehurst crime for January 2012. You can see all the types of crime at http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Choose North neighborhood and dates January 1 – 31.

 

Message from Crime Prevention Coordinator

Here is an email we got from Terrie Johnston, Crime Prevention Coordinator on February 1:

Position: Mayor McGinn and the Seattle City Council decided last November to maintain the 3 remaining Crime Prevention Coordinators for another year.

This means I will continue serving the North Precinct’s neighborhoods with establishing and maintenance of Block Watches; conducting […]

Emergency Skills Training