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Mayor Murray’s Find It, Fix It Walk Coming to the Hood

Get involved in solving some of Pinehurst’s safety and maintenance issues!

Mayor Ed Murray announced the six neighborhoods where he will host his annual Find It, Fix It Community Walks. These walks bring City officials, business owners, and community members together to address each neighborhood’s needs. During the walks, neighbors, police, […]

Pinehurst Pets – Blue

This is handsome Blue. Here’s what his person says about him: “Blue is my ten and half year old male Keeshond – we’ve been walking in Victory Heights, Pinehurst and Maple Leaf since he was a puppy. We like visiting our neighborhood parks and with friends in Pinehurst and Victory Heights.” This photo was […]

Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

Six year old Kai drew this cool boat at Pinehurstfest last summer. Thanks, Kai, it looks great in the Pinehurst Pocket Park kiosk!. It will be there through March. The park is on the corner of NE 117th & 19th Ave NE.

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

Expanded Night-Owl Bus Service Coming in September

In September 2017, Seattle will more than double its service investment between 2 and 5 a.m., establishing new late-night connections throughout Seattle, and providing late night cross-town transit options for the first time ever.

For us in Pinehurst, that means Seattle-funded late-night service on routes 65 and 67 serving Northeast Seattle areas including Lake […]

Pinehurst Pets – Axil Rose

Today (2/21) is sheltie Axil Rose’s birthday! He’s 15 years old. Happy Birthday, handsome!

His person says, “Axil is our family dog and my best friend. When We rescued him at age 2.5 he had no training or manners whatsoever. It took us approximately 18 months to retrain everything. He is a very good […]

Pinehurst Ponies

 

Back in the 1930s & ‘40s, the Pinehurst area was a go-to place for horseback riding.

Before the residential neighborhoods around Pinehurst were built up, there were numerous riding academies and stables along 15th Ave NE north of the city limits at that time. Just in the area bounded by NE 125th St […]

2016 Bias Crime Dashboard

Seattle Police Department publishes a bias crimes dashboard at its website. You can choose the year, the precinct or neighborhood, and types of bias crimes, then view a bar chart.

SPD defines neighborhoods such that the part of Pinehurst west of 15th Ave NE is in the Northgate Micro Community Policing Plan (MCPP) and the […]

Medicine Return Locations

King County now has a safe and convenient way to dispose of unwanted medicines.

We can safely dispose of the medicines we no longer need by taking them to a drop-box located throughout King County. This is part of a current effort to decrease the risk of drug abuse, overdose, and preventable poisonings.

Participating […]

Legal Advice for Immigrants

Literacy Source in Lake City is hosting a Know Your Rights workshop for immigrants and refugees (in English and Spanish) on Tuesday, March 7th at 6:00 pm at its Learning Center (3200 NE 125th Street). All are welcome. They will also have a number of immigration attorneys available for short, FREE consultations between 6:00-8:00 […]

January 2017 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.