Lake City Farmers Market Opens

The Lake City Farmers Market opens this Thursday June 7, 2018! It will be open every Thursday from 3-7 p.m.

NE 125th & 28th NE, next to the Library off Lake City Way

Please see this link for more details:

World Dance Party in Lake City – June 15

It’s happening again this year – Lake City’s World Dance Party! You can learn fun dances, meet neighbors from all over the world, and it’s a potluck, so you can try lots of food from other cultures. There are lots of families and kids; fun is had by all!


Construction on Lake City Way at 125th St.

Traffic advisory: SDOT is going to be nearly doubling the length of the southbound bus stop on Lake City Way, just south of NE 125th St. Currently, the zone is 65-feet long and can only serve one bus at a time. When there are two coaches that approach the zone, one bus must wait on […]

Lake City Mobility Fair – Saturday, May 12

Join Seattle Department of Transportation, North Helpline, Literacy Source and Lake City Future First on May 12 to learn about low cost ways to get around Seattle.

At the fair, you can:

Sign up for ORCA LIFT Learn about the Regional Reduced Fair Program for seniors and people with disabilities Check out new mobility options […]

Lake City Hub Drill April 28

The Lake City Emergency Communication Hub will be participating in a City-wide field exercise, No Power, No Bars—the total and unexplained loss of our regional power grid—on Saturday April 28 from 9 am – 11:30 am. We hope you will attend this exercise. The Lake City Hub is located at the Lake City Fred Meyer […]

Lake City Community Center Open House

Parks Department has taken over management of the Lake City Community Center as of January 1, 2018. This is an opportunity to meet the Lake City staff, learn about new and planned programs, and hopefully hear about the plans for a new Lake City Community Center building. Plus the staff will listen to your ideas […]

2018 Lake City Library Renovation

Lake City Library is getting a big make-over in 2018. It’s one of the most heavily used libraries in the Seattle system. Its Homework Help program is the most used in the city. In mid-April it will close for six months for renovation. If you put books on hold, you can designate a different […]

Free Resilience Workshop by Lake City Future First

What is Resilience?

Please join Lake City Future First for the first of a series of workshops to discuss community resilience on January 14th from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lake City Library. LCFF is working with local resident, West Latta, on this informative series to explore the fundamental concepts of […]

Mariachi Band!

Save the Date – District 5 Up-Zone Open House

Managing growth in Seattle was a key campaign issue this past November as we voted for a new mayor and both city-wide council members. City Hall is moving ahead with the land use and housing policies described by H.A.L.A. (Housing Affordability & Livability Agenda).

As part of its plan to up-zone 27 Seattle neighborhoods, the […]