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City Hall Open House April 6th

City Hall Open House this Saturday Join Mayor McGinn, the City Council, and City Attorney Pete Holmes

Saturday, April 6th, 2013 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. 601 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104 (Enter via Fifth Avenue doors)

FEATURING: Acrobatic performance by SANCA @ 11 a.m. Massive Monkees Dance Crew @ 12 p.m. Food Trucks Adoptable […]

Want Really Fast Internet?

There’s been some discussion about it on Facebook but I wanted to share this here. I’ve received confirmation that demand is one of the qualifications for access to the new gigabit Internet! So we might be able to get it in the rest of our neighborhood sooner than we think. You DO NOT have to […]

Mayor’s Town Hall – 11/27

There’s a town hall with the mayor coming up. This includes the mayor, many city departments, and a bunch of community groups. Though Pinehurst unfortunately won’t be one of those groups this time, I’m hoping many community members show up to represent us, ask questions, and give feedback. It’s a great opportunity to connect with […]

Mayor’s Town Hall at Nathan Hale, 11/1

Next Tuesday, the Mayor is holding a “town hall” at Nathan Hale High School. The agenda is:

5:30-6:30 Meet and Greet: City Departments and local community organizations have information tables, answer questions and offer volunteer opportunities 6:30-6:40 Youth performance 6:40-8:00 Open question and answer session with the Mayor

See the flyer for the event for […]

Determining Seattle’s Transportation Future

Speaking of transit, there is a transit meeting coming up this week which I will be attending. I’ve got another meeting on Monday and our Pinehurst Community meeting is on Thursday (26th) so I hope to see some of you in Fremont on the 24th.

No matter what your priorities are, this is a good […]

Update on City Efforts to Support Homeless Community

Here’s the latest on the use of the old Fire Station 39. The news release just came from the city this morning:

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and City Councilmembers Nick Licata and Mike O’Brien today announced two new steps in the City’s efforts to better support those living without permanent shelter in Seattle:

Future use […]

Hubbard Homestead Park Opens 4/23 with Egg Hunt

Our new park, Hubbard Homestead Park, will open on Saturday, April 23rd! However, construction on the skate park portion of the park will continue into the summer.

The Mayor will be present for the opening celebration:

If you’re looking for a spring egg hunt, join Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Northgate community for […]

Mayor McGinn Northgate Visit This Weekend

The mayor sent out an invite for the surrounding neighborhoods to join him in Northgate this Saturday for a Q&A and neighborhood visit.

As part of the Engage Seattle initiative this year, in order to ensure that as many people as possible who live, work, or play in Seattle are able to voice their […]

Temporary Use of Former Fire Station #39

Ed Pottharst emailed this out to many people in Lake City and Renee forwarded it to our list but I wanted to make sure as many people got to see it as possible.

November 15, 2010

Dear Lake City residents,

I am writing to let you know that the […]

Walk Bike Ride: Community Meetings

June 21st, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at the Northgate Community Center. There are four upcoming Walk Bike Ride community meetings including one in our neighborhood. This will be a good time to share the priorities for our neighborhood. For example, would more sidewalks make it easier to get to the bus? It might be […]