Safe Routes to Cedar Park Elementary

SURVEY CLOSING on October 10th with Open House on October 20th SDOT is requesting that residents send in their survey responses by October 10th, 2016.  SDOT will use this information to understand areas of concern within the neighborhood and initial ideas for addressing those concerns. The easiest way to submit feedback is through the online survey:Take Survey […]

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Lake City Celebrates Arbor Day

Saturday October 15th Trees are not only beautiful, they clean our air and our water, calm traffic and help us conserve energy. As Seattle continues to grow, our urban trees and vegetation are critical to keeping Seattle a healthy, livable city. Join Mayor Ed Murray and City of Seattle urban forestry staff to celebrate all […]

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Buzzy Weekend in LC

Bees and Books As part of the City’s “Park(ing) Day” event this year LCFF teamed up with Annette and the Kaffeeklatsch to create a pop up park that was all about bee conservation and the importance of bee health to our world. Many thanks to Peter with Rainy Day Bees who had honey tasting and a […]

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Cedar Park Safe Routes to School

SDOT Wants to Hear From You Please weigh in on Safe Routes to Cedar Park – cedar-park-comment-sheet  Cedar Park Fact Sheet What is Safe Routes to School? Safe Routes to School (SRTS) is a local, state, and national movement to make it easier and safer for students to walk and bike.  The Seattle Department of […]

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Just the Beginning

Youth Leaders Unveil LC Mural Community gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the dedication of the Mural Project created by Lake City youth as part of the Parks and Recreation’s youth leadership program organized by Lake City’s Mark Mendez. In partnership with local artist Andrew Miller, who donated his time to the process, the group created […]

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