UW and Nathan Hale Students Look to Lake City for Learning Opportunities
University of Washington students from the College of Built Environment joined locals, Mark Mendez, Mark Von Walter and Chris Leverson for a walking tour of the Lake City Neighborhood. Under the mentorship of UW’s Marty Curry, students will be taking a deeper dive into the Lake City neighborhood. Their work will include a “mental mapping” exercise and other observations about the neighborhood. The following week, juniors from Mr. Mulder’s class at Nathan Hale joined us for a similar tour. The students are working on a project that includes a theatrical and historical component through an investigation of history and culture in Lake City. We look forward to sharing their respective projects here at Enjoylakecity.org as they develop.
Get Connected and Help Shape the Future of Lake City
What do you care about most in your community? On May 4th from 10am to Noon, Build Lake City Together wants to talk about it with you. Build Lake City Together is a community created action plan working to address and connect people to many of the issues and needs within our community. Your chance to get involved in education, job opportunities and training, arts programming, housing issues, parks activation, public safety and transportation is now. Come and learn about Build Lake City Together and find out how you can join in on a one time volunteer effort or take a deeper dive into helping to lead efforts within the action plan. We will have live entertainment, snacks from local businesses and lots of great conversation. Grab a neighbor and come in to the Mennonite Church Sanctuary on 125th NE between 10am and Noon, Saturday May 4th. Build Lake City Together is administered by the Children’s Home Society of Washington
Questions? Contact: Chris.Leverson@CHS-WA.org
Update on Lake City Project
Work on the sidewalk and natural drainage project between NE 130th St and NE 137th St is nearly complete! Crews are putting on the finishing landscape touches and plan to complete punch list items over the next week or two. Now that the project is nearing the end, we’d like to remind you of ongoing maintenance.
Who is responsible for maintaining the natural drainage systems (NDS)?
Seattle Public Utilities is responsible for the watering, weeding and general upkeep of the natural drainage systems to ensure proper function. Residents are not required to pay for or perform any maintenance. In fact, it is important for residents to stay out of the NDS areas so they maintain their function. Continue reading “30th Ave. Sidewalks and Drainage Systems”
The voting phase for Neighborhood Street Fund 2019-2021 cycle is now open!
“We received over 300 project ideas in our application phase, followed by community prioritization to help narrow the projects. Now, we are calling on you to vote for the projects your community needs most now through May 5, 2019. Your vote will determine which projects in your district move forward for final selection by the move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee.
How to vote:
At your nearest Seattle Public Library branch
At a pop-up event near (schedule below)
Monday, April 22 3:00 – 6:00 PM at Grocery Outlet (13201 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133)
Tuesday, April 23 3:00 – 6:00 PM at Safeway (9262 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98188)
Wednesday, April 24 3:00 – 6:00 PM at Safeway (9620 28th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126)
Tips for Voting:
Voting is open to anyone age 11 and up who lives, works, goes to school, worships, receives services, volunteers, or is part of a program in the City of Seattle.
Each Voter may cast one ballot per City Council district and may choose up to five (5) projects per district. If you mark more than 5 projects, your vote will not be counted.
Do your research: learn about each project at www.seattle.gov/NSF.
Remind your friends and family to vote
Thank you for your continued interest in the NSF Program. We look forward to your participation!
Sincerely, Neighborhood Street Fund Program
If you need this information translated, please call 206-733-9361.
Si usted necesita esta información traducida en español, por favor llame al 206-733-9361.
Community Event on May 4th
Saturday, May 4th – 10am to Noon
Seattle Mennonite Church – 3120 NE 125th St.
Come and learn about “Build Lake City Together” and how you can help shape the community where you live.
Free snacks, crafts for kids and entertainment
Free Tickets will be given out to the first ten households (max of 4 tickets per household)
Build Lake City Together is seeking volunteers to participate in the community informed action plan. We need your voice in areas including housing, parks and open space, clean and safe, education, transportation and more.