Reminder: Pinehurst Meeting This Thursday

Pinehurst Community Meeting This Thursday, May 30th at 6:30pm @ Amante Pizza and Pasta (12319 Roosevelt Way NE)


Pinehurstfest! It’s coming up soon! We’re looking for feedback, ideas, and volunteers! Northgate Planning – There’s a lot going on these days! The Seattle Department of Planning and Development will be there to discuss it.

Note: […]

Our Radioactive Parks?

Sorry for the short notice but our representative, Gerry Pollet let me know about a meeting this Wednesday that I think many Pinehurst residents might be interested in attending. Apparently, Magnuson Park contains a large amount of radioactive contamination from the Navy. Work is going to be done to clean it up but probably not […]

Northgate Station Ped/Bike Access

You might see some of this if you attend the Northgate meeting tomorrow (er, today) but I thought it was still worth sharing for everybody who couldn’t make it. Richard Conlin has a post up about the effectiveness of investments in pedestrian and bike access to the future light rail station. It’s worth reading the […]

Lake City Community Center and YMCA Event

Thanks to Lake City Live blog for this post:

Lake City Community Center staff is working with the University YMCA to begin offering programming at the center this summer.

To kick it off, the Y is hosting a “Y Showcase Event” on Saturday June 1st, 1-4 pm at the Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th […]

Pictures with Parrots

WHEN: Thursday, May 30, 2013 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

WHERE: Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Avenue Northeast


Come to Lake City Community Center after school and have your picture taken with a parrot. Your photo, a craft project and a snack will be provided FREE!Donations are always accepted to […]

Sound Transit Northgate Station meeting, 5/23

Sound Transit is holding a meeting regarding the Northgate Station design and pedestrian and bicycle access on Thursday, 6PM at Olympic View Elementary.

See the details on their web site.

Pinehurst Pets – Scoop Laws

Seattle’s dogs and cats generate about 50,000 pounds of pet waste each day. It is one of the leading causes of bacterial contamination in our streams. Some bacteria in waste can remain in our yards for up to 4 years; children and gardeners are at the most risk of infection.

The rules about scooping poop […]

NE 125th St Repaving Update

Back in February we mentioned NE 125th Street would be repaved this year. This update is thanks to Lake City Live blog, from which I quote:

“Beginning in June, the Seattle Dept of Transportation (SDOT) will repave 125th from I-5 east to Sand Point Way, continuing south to NE 77th. During construction, expect the following:


Celebrate New Maple Leaf Play Area

After 9/11 the City started covering over the water reservoirs in Seattle, or more accurately, moving them underground. It’s been working on the one in Maple Leaf for a couple years. Maple Leaf residents helped design the park on top of the cover and got a Department of Neighborhoods matching fund award to help pay […]

Stolen Blue Italian Bike Found

A ‘shady dude’ ditched a sweet blue Italian bike in a Pinehurst neighbor’s flower bed. The neighbor called SPD but they wouldn’t take it because it hasn’t been reported stolen.

It has a word lock that is still wrapped around the frame, and a tire kit. If you think it’s yours send the word that […]