New Lake City Developments

Public Comment on New Developments Friends – Development is coming fast to our Lake City Way corridor. We are currently working on a component of the ELC website to help alert the community to new development proposals and inform on when public comment periods take place. Below are two opportunities for public comment coming up […]

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Comment on Upcoming Street Fund Projects

From Seattle Department of Transportation REMINDER! Feedback on Neighborhood Street Fund concepts due by January 31, 2020. Click Here to Go to NSF Projects Site The 15 projects were selected for the 2019-2021 cycle of the Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) Program and are in the early stages of design. We are seeking feedback on the […]

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Neighborhood Street Fund Needs Your Voice

From the Seattle Department of Transportation: Visit the page and review the projects by clicking here. The 15 projects selected for the 2019-2021 cycle of the Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) Program are in the early stages of design. We are seeking feedback on the project concepts before we move forward with design in 2020 and […]

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Neighborhood Profile Hunger Intervention Program

Hunger Intervention Program (HIP) Feeds the Neighborhood By Janis Clark As I sit midway between the feasts of Thanksgiving and Christmas, with cupboards full of food, I think of those with less at their table. Nutritious food is a right, but while there is plenty of food to feed everyone in this country, millions of […]

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Horrible Art Gala 2020

“Horrible Art” Comes to Lake City Community Center – January 25th The Horrible Art Gala is partnered with City of Seattle this year to create a celebration of art, promoting discussion between class hierarchy, subjective thought, and the definition of what makes something “horrible”—All while generating donations for the cities’ Education Scholarship Program, a fund […]

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