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Reporting Stray Shopping Carts

Addressing Lost Shopping Carts is Just a Phone Call Away

Shopping carts are expensive loses for local retailers and they are glad when they are able to retrieve those that go missing and left  abandoned in the community. The below phone numbers for local Lake City retailers that often have lost carts are provided below. If you seen an abandoned shopping cart, please consider calling the appropriate number once you have identified where the cart is from and be prepared to provide the approximate location of the cart.

 

 

Bartell Drugs   (206) 362-7571

Fred Meyer.    (206) 440-2400  (Press 2 for Departments then press 7 to speak to store representative)

Safeway  (206) 306-0504

Value Village   (206) 365-8232

SDOT Pedestrian Wayfinding Focus Groups

Focus Group Opportunity

The Seattle Department of Transportation is looking for 8 to 10 people to participate in a discussion about finding your way around the city on foot. This discussion is part of a year-long project to design better walking directions and information to encourage Seattleites and visitors to walk more and further. These meetings will provide the City with critical early input from those who have first-hand knowledge of wayfinding challenges in Seattle.

The discussion will take place over 2 hours on October 10th at the Central Library (1000 4th Ave, Seattle 98104). There will be an afternoon (2pm-4pm) and an evening (5:30-7:30) session. Volunteers must be available on this date to be considered. Refreshments will be provided. Participants will be acknowledged for their time with a $60 Safeway gift card.

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Mayor Durkan Coming to Lake City

LC Welcomes Back Mayor Jenny Durkan on September 15th

Message from Mayor Durkan:

Please join me Saturday, September 15 for a community discussion on how we can work together to deliver on essential services and create a more affordable, inclusive, and just Seattle. You can find some more information below.

 This administration is working to bring City Hall to you. That’s because I know that community members are our City’s most vital resource, and that the best solutions often come from communities, not from the top down.

Before our community discussion, we’ll also host a resource fair, so you can work directly with our City departments on essential services and solutions that are important to you.

When: Saturday, September 15, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Resource Fair begins at 11:30 a.m. with the community discussion starting at 12 p.m.

 Who: Lake City residents, Mayor’s Office representatives, and representatives from the following departments: Finance and Administrative Services, Office of Economic Development, Parks and Recreation, Human Services Department, Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle Fire Department, Seattle Police Department, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, and the Seattle Public Library.

 Where: Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98125

LCW Corridor Improvement Project

LCW Corridor Improvement Project Update – September 7, 2018 – Info From SDOT

This month, there will be two informal public drop-in sessions to provide an opportunity for Seattle residents to ask questions, engage with the project team, and learn more about proposed improvements. Interpreters will be present to assist non-English speaking individuals with these languages: Amharic, Tigrinya, Oromo, Somali, Chinese (Traditional), Spanish, and Russian. Light refreshments will be provided.

Drop-in Session 1 – September 17, 2018
6-8 PM
Faith Lutheran Church
8208 18th Ave NE
Seattle, WA, 98115

Drop-in Session 2 – September 25, 2018
6-8 PM
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