Budget Wins for District 5

Here are some items relevant to our District 5 that are included in the final Seattle city budget that was passed on November 19th, 2018:

Building District 5

$8 million for replacing the Lake City Community Center, bringing the total amount of dedicated funding for a brand new building to $16 million. Funding to […]

SNAP – Seattle Neighborhoods Actively Prepare

Get your neighbors together to discuss and prepare your neighborhood for a disaster.

1 – Meet and discuss emergency preparedness

Discuss and assess the current level of preparedness in your neighborhood and learn key aspects of preparedness through SNAP presentation, available online.

2 – Get organized

Delegate responsibilities among neighbors and agree upon neighborhood meeting […]

New Traffic Website

A new website provides resources to help you get to and through downtown during the upcoming new era of tough traffic that will begin with WSDOT’s permanent closure of Alaskan Way Viaduct on January 11, 2019. As WSDOT works to #realign99 and prepare to open the new SR 99 tunnel in early February, check in […]

North Precinct Advisory Council Minutes for November 2018

This month’s guest speaker at NPAC was Judge Ed McKenna, presiding judge of Seattle Municipal Court. SMC handles misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor cases, such as DUI, domestic violence assault or harassment, theft and criminal trespass. It also handles infractions like traffic tickets, traffic camera tickets, and parking tickets, and civil violations related to building […]

Northgate Park and Ride Changes

Northgate Transit Center Park-and-Ride Changes coming November 19th.

Sound Transit’s new Northgate Station Garage will open and three Northgate park-and-ride areas will be closed (see red areas on map below) on Monday, Nov. 19. The four-floor garage, located at the future Northgate light rail station, will provide nearly 450 parking spaces at the busy Northgate […]

Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

This month’s art in Pinehurst Pocket Park is a lovely scene, drawn by eight year old Ella at this year’s Pinehurstfest. How many animals did she include? For an up-close look, it is in the kiosk at NE 117th St & 19th Ave NE, beautifying our neighborhood park. Thanks, Ella!

If you would like to […]