Our walk with the mayor was a much larger than we expected! Many high-level city employees were there, such as the SPD North Precinct captain, our District 5 City Council member, the Fire Department chief, head of Parks & Rec, head of Department of Neighborhoods, head of Utilities, engineers from SDOT, and of course the […]
If you have any ideas for how to use the $3000 grant from doing the Find It, Fix It Community Walk, please let us know, or make an application yourself. The application form is here. Applications should be made soon, and definitely anyone interested in submitting one should contact the city within two weeks […]
The Find It, Fix It Community Walk includes a $3,000 grant for improving the community. Anyone may apply, but note that you must spend the money prior to being reimbursed by the City after you turn in your receipts. Pinehurst Community Council will no doubt submit some applications, and you can, too. Usually the City […]
The plan is all set for our Find It, Fix It Community Walk with the mayor, police chief and city council member. This walk provides a unique opportunity for us to identify neighborhood needs and discuss challenges directly with City leaders. All the things we’ll spotlight were suggestions submitted by Pinehurst community members. The suggestions […]
We had our first meeting with city staff to plan the April 25 walk with Mayor Murray, the police chief and everyone else who wants to come (the more the merrier – it shows community cohesion of Pinehurst!). There was a good turnout – thanks to those of you who attended. Many of the suggestions […]
As part of participation in the Find It, Fix It Community Walk, we get to submit proposals for a $3,000 grant to do something to improve safety or appearance of our neighborhood.
Proposals are accepted starting a week before the walk (which is April 25) and for two weeks afterwards. Please read the blurb below […]
Mayor Murray is doing a Northgate/Pinehurst Find It, Fix It Walk on April 25th. Pinehurst Community Council has been collecting ideas for problem areas to show him via this blog and the Pinehurst Seattle Facebook group.
We invite everyone who made suggestions, and anyone else who is interested, to meet with us for a preliminary […]
Are you interested in having your voice heard at Mayor Ed Murray’s Find It, Fix It Community walk for the Northgate/ Pinehurst Community? Besides the work Pinehurst Community Council is doing to collect your ideas, you can go directly to the City to weigh in:
City reps Lemmis Stephens and Paige […]
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, […]