Get this event on your calendar now! It’s a wonderful bash sponsored by seven offices at the LC Professional Center.
Delicious appetizers and desserts by local restaurants will be featured. Each participating office will offer a different beverage, (try one or try them all). Wandering carolers will add to the flair of the evening.
In case you can’t read the small print, the tree lighting party is at Lake City Mini Park, which is at 125th and Lake City Way. There will be caroling, cider, coffee and cookies. AND, get your free photo taken with Santa! The tree lighting takes place around 7:45 pm.
There is another Little Free Library nearby! This weekend Victory Heights residents Keith and Bob installed on the corner of 23rd Ave NE and NE 104th St a little gem Bob built.
Now we have incentive to take longer walks to Victory Heights – for health and fitness, right? Please feel free to leave and […]
This is a bike dot. Bike dots are pavement markings for signed bicycle routes. Unlike sharrows, bicycle dots are not intended to provide guidance on bicycle positioning in the street. Instead, they are a tool to provide way-finding; they show where to turn on the bicycle route. Dots are used to reduce sign clutter, particularly […]
SDOT installed Seattle’s first green bike box in 2010 at E Pike and 12th Ave. The bike box is used at intersections to prevent bicycle/car collisions. It is a painted green rectangle on the road with a white bicycle symbol inside. In some locations it includes a green bicycle lane approaching the box.
The box […]
There was a lot of discussion about the lane changed on NE 125th St before and after they happened. SDOT has been monitoring the situation before and after and just published results. It looks pretty positive across the board. And most people I’ve talked to have been pleasantly surprised. What have your experiences been? –Phillip
They’ve been here (12000 15th Avenue NE, Suite C) a while now but I’m only just getting around to an introduction!
Hello and thank you for welcoming us to the neighborhood! Here are our introductions:
Dr. Connie Amundson has been in practice for over 30 years, and has mastered many different healing techniques in that […]
This month’s guest speaker was Pierce Murphy, Director of SPD’s Office of Professional Accountability. OPA investigates complaints of officer misconduct ranging from minor to major, such as the excessive force complaints we’ve been hearing about in the last couple years.
OPA was created in 1999 to give the community the opportunity to have some oversight […]
Meet Kona, a real cutie rescued by one of our Pinehurst families. She’s a good girl, too. She fit in right away, and she’s learning all the time, such as how to catch a soft frisbee. Some things it would be better NOT to have learned, such as how to jump over fences, and […]