We’re preparing an application for the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund to bring adult (senior) exercise equipment and a children’s playground to Hubbard Homestead Park. Please email me (email@example.com) to be added to an email list if you are interested in the project. Also, please let me know if you are interested […]
In embarking on a new planning process to develop strategic direction for the future, Seattle Parks and Recreation is asking three key questions:
· Are its resources deployed in the most effective manner?
· What is the public view of its park system?
· What are the basic services Parks provides?
Parks invites the public […]
Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting meetings to learn from the community how we interact with its website, social media and public computers available at community centers. These meetings are an opportunity for us to provide feedback on what aspects of its public technology work best and what suggestions we may have for improving its […]
Join Magnuson Community Center and the Magnuson Park Children’s Garden & Pea Patch for a day of “Harvest Celebration” on Saturday, September 29 from 11:30am-2:30pm. Special guests, The Smalltime String Band and Harmonica Pocket, will perform starting at 12pm.
Other activities include Debbie Doolittle’s Petting Farm, scarecrow making, an orchard maze and scavenger hunt, garden […]
Twice a year Two Dog Yoga opens its doors to everyone, for free. The next free week is coming up – Monday August 27 – Sunday September 2. Choose from yoga or qigong…classes are offered both daytime or evening. Try a new form or a new instructor; no limit to how many classes you can […]
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 28 and 29, the Seattle Department of Transportation will make repairs to the sidewalk northbound on Lake City Way at NE 123rd Street. During the work the sidewalk will remain open for pedestrians. However, the crosswalk, northbound right travel lane and right curb lane will be blocked off during the work […]
Romeo the Wonder Watchdog: If you’ve walked by the corner of NE 120th and 25th NE while Romeo’s mom, Cheryl Stumbo, is home (the only times he’s allowed out in the fully fenced yard, so she can reign him in when his barking gets to be too much), you’ll undoubtedly meet Romeo at his […]
Pinehurst Community Council is excited to be the steward for Little Free Library #2741 on behalf of our neighbors and our community. The way it works is simple:
– We initially stock the LFL with a variety of good quality books that we hope will interest our neighbors.
– You stop by and take […]
The Maple Leaf Community Council has good news regarding traffic safety at Olympic View Elementary:
We learned last week that an automated camera radar enforcement system will be permanently installed on 5th Avenue NE near Olympic View Elementary. These units are like the automatic red light cameras, but focused on speeders. Those caught speeding […]