Springtime has arrived! It’s time to clean up and weed the pocket park. Come meet your neighbors and join the work party on Sunday, April 21, at 9:30 a.m.
The park is on the corner of NE 117th St and 19th Ave NE.
Bring garden gloves, favorite weeding tools, and buckets. Wheelbarrows, rakes and […]
The Seattle Animal Shelter is responsible for enforcing the laws and codes involving animals within the City of Seattle. Humane Animal Law Enforcement Officers work seven days a week to ensure human and animal safety within Seattle. Call (206) 386-7387 to ask a question or file a complaint. (If you have a life-threatening situation involving […]
SPD Crime Prevention Coordinator Terrie Johnston met with about 15 of us March 13th at Meadowbrook Community Center to update us on the current rash of burglaries.
Whereas last year in January and February SPD’s Lincoln 2 Sector, in which Pinehurst resides, had 19 burglaries. This year in that two months we’ve had 43. That […]
Looking for a volunteer activity? The Hunger Intervention Program in Lake City provides meals on the weekends to school children in the North End. The program has recently expanded from serving John Rogers Elementary to include Olympic Hills Elementary and Viewlands Elementary.
The group hosts weekly packing parties at its headquarters at Lake City Presbyterian […]
Heeeeere’s Rocky! He’s 11 years old and slowing down a bit as far as taking long walks, but he’s still an avid ball chaser. He can chase balls for hours. And he’s never seen a ball he didn’t want to bring home. So if your dog’s favorite ball has gone missing, chances are Rocky […]
In December, North Seattle Veterinary Clinic moved from the small converted house it outgrew to a new location near Northgate. It is hosting an Open House to welcome existing clients and members of the local community to the newly constructed modern facility, and to meet the owner and staff veterinarians. Do come to this family […]
This month’s guest speaker was Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata. To see his comments on public safety and current city issues: drones, SPD reforms, transportation, & basketball arena, see the minutes here, where you can also see reports from the Liquor Control Board on marijuana, KC Prosecuting Attorney’s Office on charges filed against the purse […]
Looking for something to do Friday night? Take the family to a night at the movies. Ages 1 and older.
Friday, March 15, 2013, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Northgate Community Center, 10510 5th Ave NE
The movie, Cars 2, plus hot soup and sandwiches are $10 per family.
Pinehurst loves its pets! I love seeing all the dog walkers on our streets and sidewalks, the cats who wander across my path, and even the rarer ferret, as long as it doesn’t burrow up my pant leg. Less lovable are the hopefully rare occurances of poop in the yard, incessant barking, and cats who […]
Everyone is invited to a celebration of new open hours at the Northgate Branch Library on Sunday, April 28 from 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Thanks to the passage of the Library levy, 15 more branches will be open on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. beginning in 2013.
The “Sundays are Special” celebration will […]