This is Zia. She looks a lot like a cute little black bear. Once she got out of the yard and wandered down the street. She stopped at the intersection and just stood there looking lost, I guess. Some nice people rescued her and took her home. They didn’t notice her […]
Traditionally, summer sees an uptick in residential burglaries. Mid-day today my neighbor’s nanny scared away a man attempting to enter her house. She asked that I remind everyone that we are still experiencing burglaries and to be aware. Please report to the police (911) attempts to burgle and other suspicious activity, even if the act […]
Don’t forget to put out your trash! Trash will be picked up as usual (seattle.gov) on Thursday, July 4th.
The eighth annual Wedgwood Festival is Saturday and Sunday, 7/13-14, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at Hunter Farms Tree Lot, corner of 35th NE and NE 80th St. Lots to see and do – juried fine arts and crafts, raffle, music, puppet show, face painting, food.
Seattle Fire Department will be there Saturday from […]
If a neighbor’s pet is damaging your property, you can report it to Seattle Animal Control. Take these steps:
Communicate with the pet owner about the damage Often, neighborly discussions can be very helpful. Let the pet owners know that you are experiencing property damage. Sometimes pet owners are not aware of the problem or […]
You might have noticed the work on NE 125th already if you’ve been out and about. They’re making very good progress but it will be continuously changing as they continue work so it’s good to keep an eye on the project website.
From Art Brochet, the Capital Projects Coordinator for SDOT:
Only two […]