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Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

For October, we have a beautiful rainbow drawn by seven year old Anna. She drew it at this year’s Pinehurstfest. Thanks, Anna, for bringing all the colors of the rainbow to the park!

Follow the rainbow to the kiosk in the park – it’s on the corner of NE 117th & 19th Ave NE.

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Community Meeting on School Boundaries September 28th

Here is a write-up by neighbor Kim McCormick (for which thanks!) on the Seattle Public School boundaries issue.

Locally, there are two SPS-led community meetings taking place:

· Sept 28 (TONIGHT!), 6:30 pm, Olympic Hills Meeting (at Cedar Park)

· Oct 5, 6:30 pm, John Rogers Meeting (at John […]

North Precinct Advisory Council Minutes for September 2016

This month’s speaker was Debbie Goetz from the Office of Emergency Management, part of Seattle Police Department. She spoke about emergency hubs, like the one in the parking lot at Fred Meyers. Pinehurst is working on setting up a hub, also. For a review of her talk, and more, read the minutes here.

Also, a […]

New North Precinct Building Kerfuffle

Recently some City Council members have questioned the design and budget of the building that will replace the old North Precinct police station near North Seattle College. The new building will be on Aurora at NE 129th St.

Also, Seattle Times columnist Danny Westneat wrote an article August 16th questioning the cost and some of […]

Provide Input for New Park

There’s planning afoot for property at NE 125th St & 33rd Ave NE. This Seattle Park District project will create a new neighborhood park. It was funded (by the new Seattle Parks District we voted into being a couple years ago) to provide the community access to open space within our high density urban neighborhood. […]

August 2016 Pinehurst Crime Map

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.

Seattle to Announce Safer Speed Limits!

Street safety has been a hot topic in the Pinehurst community, especially due to the opening of our new Hazel Wolf school but also in general. Now, Seattle has finally decided to do something about it.

Seattle City Council members and SDOT directory Scott Kubly are going to make an announcement about a change to […]

Roll and Read Event for Kids Saturday 9/17

Children and their families and caregivers are invited to a fun children’s literacy event in the Lake City core on September, 17 from 10:00 -1:00! Gather at the North Seattle Family Resource Center Address: 2611 NE 125th St #145, Seattle, WA 98125, Phone: (206) 364-7930

Groups will leave every 15 minutes to visit Lake City […]

Pinehurst Pets – Nova

Don’t let her cuteness fool you, Nova is one feisty pooch. She was a stray and spent 9 months in the shelter. Her person got her in February and feels so lucky. She is fear-reactive towards strangers and dogs sometimes but they’re working on it slowly. At home she is such a clown and […]

Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

Check out the colorful salmon in the kiosk this month at Pinehurst Pocket Park! Earlier in the summer Thornton Creek Alliance hosted an event over at Meadowbrook called The Influence of the Confluence. TCA had a table for kids to color these salmon posters. A teenager named Nat volunteered to give me the one […]