Have you met Pinehurst’s (46th legislative district) state senator and state representatives? They’re really quite approachable. And they are asking us to tell them what’s on our minds. Do you have concerns about schools? jobs? housing? traffic? street lighting? Let them know! They’re holding a town hall meeting nearby:
46th District Town Hall Meeting with […]
Happy holidays from Pinehurst Community Council!
Please feel free to send in photos of art – or anything unexpected and fun – you see on your walks around the neighborhood to email@example.com.
Our newly elected District 5 (that’s the district Pinehurst is in) City Council representative, Debora Juarez, will chair the Council’s Parks, Seattle Center, Libraries and Waterfront Committee. As chair, Councilmember Juarez will focus on issues relating to City parks, community centers, and public grounds, including the Seattle Center. Her committee will also manage legislation relating […]
Here’s a great opportunity to recycle Styrofoam nearby. On January 23rd (2016) take it to the Northeast Seattle Tool Library at 2415 NE 80th St. Hours that day are 9 am to 3 pm. The tool library will take it all to recycling.
That’s also a good chance to see all the tools the library […]
Our former Crime Prevention Coordinator Terrie Johnston works in the West and East Precincts. Below are some tips from her for this season. (By the way, our new North Precinct CPC will soon be up and running.)
It’s the time of year when our calendars can become crazy with parties; shopping; travel; cultural events; […]
The Buy Nothing Project is hosting a Buy Nothing Books & Tea Gifting event Sunday, December 20, from 3:00 – 4:30 pm in the Lake City Library meeting room, 12501 28th Ave NE .
You don’t have to be a member of the Facebook Buy Nothing group to participate. You are invited to bring tea […]
If you subscribe to curbside food and yard waste collection you can put your trees and greens out on your regular collection day at no extra charges from December 26, 2015 through January 10, 2016. You can continue to set-out greens after January 10th with a fee charged for any greens outside to the cart.
The Seattle Office of Emergency Management website has interactive maps that show some of the city’s top hazards. Check out the Seattle Hazard Explorer and learn more about the hazards that impact Pinehurst. Just click on a tab for the hazard you want to see. You can zoom in on your home, work place, […]
Here is a partial picture of Pinehurst property crime for the month. Click on the map to enlarge it.
You can see ALL the types of crime at http://web5.seattle.gov/mnm/policereports.aspx. Select the North neighborhood and enter a date range.
This month there was no guest speaker. Instead, there was a poster session where Council members were invited to write down public safety issues. I added all comments Pinehurst neighbors posted on my recent queries on Facebook. The responses will be addressed at future meetings, and will be studied by the precinct Captain.
In the […]