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Know what’s happening now in Lake City. We keep you up-to-date on local activities, LCFF committee work, and other good things to enjoy about your neighborhood.

Contributors Wanted

Enjoy Lake City is Looking for Writers

Do you love to write and have an affinity for our wonderful Lake City neighborhood? Enjoylakecity.org is seeking individuals to contribute content in order to better inform and serve out Lake City community. If you are interested please email Chris.Leverson@CHS-WA.org. We have lots of topics to suit your interests and contributions can be made at your own pace.

Restaurant Promotion/Arts & Culture/Neighbor Profiles/New Development/Crime and Safety and more.

Individuals able to write in languages other than English are strongly encouraged to contact us.

Stipends may become available for your work.

Transportation Planning

From the Office of “Planning and Community Development”

“Join Us at Our March 13 Open House!
Over the next 12 years, faster and more frequent transit service is coming to North Seattle with the Sound Transit light rail system expansion. The NE 130th & 145th Station Area Planning project is an opportunity for the community to come together and create a vision for the area surrounding the future light rail stations.

Join us for our first Open House on Wednesday, March 13, at Ingraham High School (1819 N 134th St), 6:00-8:00 p.m.

We initiated this planning process to engage City departments, public agencies and the community to consider what changes this regional investment may bring and how it can benefit current and future residents, as well as those working and enjoying recreation in the area.

Working closely with the community, the City will draft and adopt a plan to implement the community vision, including:
Plan for future changes, services and other opportunities near the stations.
Design sidewalks, bikeways and street improvements to make it easy to walk or bike to the station.
Coordinate and prioritize City investments to achieve multiple benefits.
Improve the capacity of the neighborhood to advocate for community goals.”

Take Our Survey!
We want to know what is most important to you in this neighborhood. Let us know by taking our survey here:
Click here to be taken to survey

For More Information:
Visit project website here or email Patrice.carroll@seattle.gov.

Sharps Training in Lake City

Education and a Chance to Ask City Staff About Needles in Our Neighborhood

February 21st – 6pm-7:30pm – Please RSVP to Chris.Leverson@chs-wa.org

The Training lasts about an hour with extra time for discussion.

Please consider joining us for a free sharps training and opportunity to discuss strategies around needles in our neighborhood. The problem with used needles on our streets continues to be a major issue and in advance of our regular neighborhood clean up schedule launching in April please consider joining us.