Lake City Job Fair
April 19, 2018 – 1-4 PM
Seattle Mennonite Church
3120 NE 125th St., Seattle, WA 98125
North Seattle Family Resource Center will be partnering along with Lake City Future First, WorkSource, Literary Source, North Seattle College, Seattle Jobs Initiative, Seattle Parks and other organizations to host an employment and education fair.
For more information or if you would like to be involved, contact Cossette: cossette.woo@chs-wa
How can communities increase resilience and why would they want to?
Join LCFF and local resident, West Latta, for the first in a series of workshops to explore the fundamental concepts of community resilience and use them as a lens to examine the many challenges we face today and in the future. From environment to economy, the local and the bio-regional, we’ll make connections, explore systems and discover how to make our communities stronger, more adaptive, and ready to face the full scope of social, environmental and economic challenges equitably and sustainable.
Sunday, January 14, 2018
1:30 – 3PM – Lake City Library Conference Room
Please RSVP to Director@lakecityfuturefirst.org
In Early 2018 the Lake City Branch Will Close for Interior Remodel
The following is taken from The Seattle Public Library Foundation’s information regarding Lake City’s library remodel scheduled to begin in late February of 2018. The foundation anticipates that the Library will be closed for approximately five months during the work. LCFF will be working with the Library to keep you informed on how this will effect programs offered by the Library and how individuals and groups can help support this remodel through fund raising.
“In 2018, the Seattle Public Library plans a major renovation of its Lake City Branch, expanding the amount of public space to meet the needs of a dynamic neighborhood this is rapidly growing and changing. Lake City is one of the most heavily used libraries in the city with more than 220,000 patron visits last year. – There is high demand for use of the library’s computers and free WIFI as well as public meeting rooms. Mores students attend the Lake City’s after school Homework Help program often taking up most of the public seating. Continue reading “Changes Coming To Lake City Library”
LCFF’s Year in Review – 2017
As we look forward to another strong year in 2018, we wanted to take a brief moment to reflect back on some of the accomplishments of 2017. Thank you to everyone who supported our work, volunteered your time, attended an event or took part in the Lake City Community.
- Held 9 Community Conversations involving hundreds of people on important neighborhood issues
- Worked with our partners to complete a neighborhood planning grant that engaged over 5oo community stakeholders through survey’s, focus groups and community meetings resulting in an inclusive action plan
- Held 10 Live Music Concerts in our Lake City Mini Park
- Painted 2 Store Fronts at no cost to the business owners
- Worked with the Lake City Young Leaders to continue the mural projects that brought out hundreds of volunteers
- Held 7 Community Clean Up efforts throughout the neighborhood
- Promoted Small Businesses in Lake City through various events and programs
- Completed the 4th year of “World of Tastes in the Heart of Lake City” program with 450 “passports” circulated
- Worked with Seattle Department of Transportation to get street murals, crosswalks and stop signs on 28th Ave. NE and to address our Lake City Way medians
- Planted flowers along LCW with the Lion’s Club and Lake City Young Leaders
- Worked to shadow two new development projects through the design review process
- Supported the Lake City Young Leaders program with stipends for participation and leadership in Community events
- Worked with businesses and service providers to hold the Lake City Pub Crawl, Trick or Treat Walk, Bike Everywhere Day, Park(ing) Day, Roll and Read literacy event, two World Dance Parties and Pumpkin Palooza
- Conducted walking tours and discussions with Mayoral Candidates and at large City Council Candidates
- Helped to form the District 5 Business Coalition to create cohesion and dialog across the district and successfully advocate for the expansion of the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program to the north end
- Worked with the North Seattle Rotary to get an information kiosk installed at the Jackson Park Tutoring Center
- Held a fund raiser for our amazing Lake City Farmers Market and also maintained an outreach table throughout the market season
- Brought live children’s theater and live chickens to educate youth, with our partners from the Hunger Intervention Program, to Albert Davis Park