Pinehurst Pocket Park Work Party – May 3

Come help at the annual Pinehurst Pocket Park work party.

Bring gloves and weeding tools. Pitchfork, wheelbarrow also could be helpful. We’ll weed for a little while and spread some mulch. It should take just a couple of hours.

Date: Saturday, May 3rd

Time: 9:30 am

Place: NE 117th St & 19th Ave NE


Pinehurst School Traffic Safety Meetings 5/13, 5/14

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is launching a collaborative process to review traffic safety conditions along the walking and biking routes to Pinehurst School. Traffic safety is SDOT’s number one priority. As children walking and biking to school are especially vulnerable, SDOT is committed to improving school traffic safety by reducing speeding and […]

Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

For the month of May, Aderyn drew the picture that’s in the kiosk at the Pocket Park. The park is at NE 117th St & 19th Ave NE. Thanks, Aderyn, it’s very cool and it looks great in the park!

If you would like to submit your child’s artwork for the Pocket Park, please […]

4/29 Lost Cat, Mama —FOUND! —

Mama, an ‘indoor only’ resident of Maple Leaf, accidentally got outside. On the chance that any Pinehurst neighbor has been out and about and seen her, here is info:

Mama, got out last night (4/29) and her owners have been searching all morning for her. They put up lots of fliers in their area with […]

Safe Routes to School Walk May 4

Lake City and the surrounding neighborhoods are home to a growing number of children who attend Olympic Hills Elementary School and will be impacted by the schools closure and rebuild. On this walk leaders will identify some of the challenges crossing Lake City Way and NE 125th Street that kids might experience when they walk […]

Practice Emergency Drill May 17

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Comcast Franchise Renewal Community Meeting

This is a good opportunity to weigh in on the Comcast franchise renewal. It will be in our neighborhood Thursday April 24 from 6:30-8:00 pm at Northgate Community Center. This could include whatever feedback you want including the customer service and quality, cable channels, Internet bundles, protecting privacy, or public benefits such as senior and […]

Buttercups Can Make You Mad

[Buttercups] “spread by vigorous root systems and produce copious seeds, which can sprout up to 20 or even 80 years after they’re deposited.” […]

Candlelight Vigil This Thursday (4/17) for Sandhya

There will be a candlelight vigil for Sandhya Khadka tomorrow night, Thursday, at 7:30 pm at the intersection of NE 115th and 5th Ave NE in Pinehurst. Sandhya was killed Monday morning at 8:20 am as she was hit by a truck while crossing 5th Ave NE on her way to catch the […]

Adopt-A-Street Litter Cleanup Event April 20

Pinehurst Community Council participates in the City’s Adopt-A-Street program. We’ve adopted these streets for occasional litter pickup:

Pinehurst Way NE – from Roosevelt Way NE to NE 125th St NE 115th St – from 20th Ave NE to Pinehurst Way NE

Our next work party will be Sunday, April 20 at 9 a.m. So if […]