SPD tunes its policing plan by precinct and neighborhood because it knows no two neighborhoods in Seattle are the same. The Micro Community Policing Plans (MCPP) were designed to address the needs of each community. The plans take a three prong approach that brings community engagement, crime data and police services together to get direct […]
King County now has a safe and convenient way to dispose of unwanted medicines.
We can safely dispose of the medicines we no longer need by taking them to a drop-box located throughout King County. This is part of a current effort to decrease the risk of drug abuse, overdose, and preventable poisonings.
By Monica Sweet
Coming soon to the Cedar Park neighborhood:
New crosswalks, signals, traffic calming, better sidewalks, and easier ways to get around your neighborhood!
We warmly invite you to look at the proposed safety improvements at a meeting 6pm to 8pm on Thursday, January 26 at:
Cedar Park Elementary School 13224 37th Ave NE […]
The City of Seattle has released a draft plan that will tell you more than you would ever want to know about how it is preparing for the impacts of climate change. It is a pretty high level document that lays out a range of strategies for how it will prioritize actions and investments […]
Here is information about door-to-door sellers from Seattle Police Department. It was handed out at the North Precinct Advisory Council meeting.
Residential (Door-to-Door) Sellers
The person at your door may not be who they claim to be
Seattle officials would like to advise homeowners to take precautions when dealing with door-to-door salespeople. Although most of […]
HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS FROM SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT:
KEEPING YOUR CHILD SAFE
The Seattle Police Department encourages safety and supervision during the annual Trick-or-Treat season. It is especially important for parents to adhere to a few safety rules for their children when they are trick-or-treating.
Know your treaters’ route Take a flashlight Be sure costumes, shoes, […]
Here’s some info to remember, to help make our streets safe for emergency vehicles (from the Pemco Insurance newsletter):
Whoooop! Whoooop! Whoooop! An emergency vehicle is approaching fast. Sure, you know to pull to the right shoulder and stop when you’re on a two-lane road. But would you know the right way […]
Street safety has been a hot topic in the Pinehurst community, especially due to the opening of our new Hazel Wolf school but also in general. Now, Seattle has finally decided to do something about it.
Seattle City Council members and SDOT directory Scott Kubly are going to make an announcement about a change to […]
This information is from a brochure put out by Seattle Police Department:
Pedestrian Safety Tips
Always walk on the sidewalk. If there is no sidewalk and you must walk in the roadway, always walk facing the traffic. See and be seen. Wear bright or light-colored clothing and make eye contact with the driver before proceeding […]