Name New Parks in Lake City

Seattle Parks and Recreation Seeks Names for New Parks

March 27 deadline for submitting names

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the public to submit potential names for parks in the Lake City neighborhood. Suggestions for names are due to the Park Naming Committee by Friday, […]

Northgate Ped/Bike Bridge Construction to Start

SDOT has approval to begin construction of the Northgate Ped/Bike Bridge Project from January 27 onward. Upcoming work Once work begins, they’ll start on the east side of I-5 at 1st Ave NE and NE 100th St, where crews will be installing erosion control, clearing vegetation, installing drainage, and preparing for drilling for the bridge […]

Hands On! Skills Fair – February 8

The 10th annual Hands On! Skills Fair is an annual event that brings together the community to share and learn skills. Presented in partnership with NE Seattle Tool Library and the Meadowbrook Community Center, this Fair is called “Hands On” because it is based on actually doing skills to learn them. Folks from our neighborhoods […]

Stop the Bleed Class

“Stop The Bleed” is a national campaign with the goal of teaching bystanders to recognize, and stop, life-threatening bleeding, giving the injured person more time to get to the hospital for definitive care. This class is very well-received and, most say, easier to learn than CPR. “Stop The Bleed” can save a life… Stop […]

Northgate Pedestrian Bridge Update – January 2020

A little update on the Northgate Pedestrian/Bike Bridge Project:

Construction to begin early in 2020, to end in fall of 2021 1900 ft long, 16 ft. wide, 4% grade East terminus will be at NE 100th & 1st NE, with a spur directly to the Northgate Light Rail stop West terminus will be at a […]

Postponed – Thornon Creek Alliance Meeting January 16, 2020

This meeting is postponed due to weather. Stay tuned for new date.

At the next Thornton Creek Alliance meeting, get updates on Lake City’s newly acquired park/floodplain property on NE 125th St. And learn the latest news about the Citizen Science efforts to monitor E. coli in our Thornton Creek watershed. Free and open […]

Kids’ Art in Pinehurst Pocket Park

We’ll start off the new year with 12 year old Priyna’s thoughtful poster in the pocket park. She made it at Pinehurstfest last July, but the message is definitely still good. See it in the kiosk at NE 117th St and 19th Ave NE through January. Thank you, Priyna, for the reminders for being good […]