LCW Planters Part of Larger Effort

Lake City Collective Organizes LCW Planter Facelift

Photos Courtesy of Lake City Collective

 

 

Below from the Lake City Collective: Lake City Collective Facebook Page

“Next time you walk/drive by Downtown Lake City you’ll start seeing some things that have been seating quietly for years, they’re located between NE 123rd and NE 125th St and have gone unnoticed by most of us…these are the Lake City planters!
We thank Gavin from McGeorge Brothers LLC-Window Cleaners for their support by giving these planters the care and visibility they deserve, as his crew pressure-washed the ones on the west sidewalk today! they will come back next weekend to work on the ones located on the east sidewalk.

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Lake City Business Luncheon

Successful First Quarter Event with City Leaders

Build Lake City Together (BLCT) is dedicated to the continuation of Lake City Future First’s efforts to connect business owners, property owners and service providers through our business luncheon networking and information events. On April 12th we were fortunate to host Deputy Mayor David Mosley, North Precinct Captain Sano, Christopher Williams (Seattle Parks Deputy Director) and Dusty Olson (strategic Advisor at the Human Services Department). A huge thank you to Jack and Hellbent Brewing for hosting and to Lake City’s own Tubs Subs for helping to provide lunch. The group also heard from Cesar Garcia with the Lake City Collective who is working with BLCT to support low income businesses in Lake City in 2019.

If you are a business owner or property owner in Lake City and would like to get involved, learn more about Build Lake City Together or find ways to connect to your business neighbors please email Chris.Leverson@CHS-WA.org.

SPL Business Resource Event

 

 

Business Resource Open House
Thursday, September 20, 2018, 3-5 p.m.
Lake City Branch (on the plaza outside)

Whether you are starting or growing a business, there are local assistance
organizations that will help you succeed. Maybe you are looking for financial
help, counseling on the viability of a business idea, or just advice on next
steps.
You’ll meet organizations like Mercy Corps NW which provides microloans
up to $50,000 to entrepreneurs starting or growing their own small
businesses. Talk with representatives from the Office of Economic
Development (OED) about connections to financing, technical assistance and
other resources.

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LCFF Business Luncheon

LCFF Welcomes King County Council Member Rod Dembowski for Luncheon

A huge thank you to Hellbent Brewery for hosting our Lake City Future First Luncheon on July 17th. Local businesses, service providers and community leaders were treated to a wonderful spread from Otto’s Smokehouse. Mike from Otto’s was on hand to introduce himself and the crowd was able to welcome him to the neighborhood.

We were honored to have King County Council Member Rod Dembowski as our speaker. Rod updated the group on his work and took questions from the attendees for nearly an hour.

LCFF Board Member Annie Stocker, owner of Two Dog Yoga, was also on hand to talk about all the wonderful work she has done around this year’s Salmon Bake coming up on August 4th. This year’s Salmon Bake is sponsored by Lake City Future First as is the World Music Stage in Albert Davis park with activities for kids and families running from 11am to 4pm.