D5 Panel Discussion

Join the D5 Community Network
for a panel discussion with Citywide Council Members Lorena González and Teresa Mosqueda and Deputy Mayor Michael Fong

When: Thursday, May 31, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Where: Haller Lake Community Club, 12579 Densmore Ave. N.

Questions are being submitted by the District 5 community (see below) and will be accepted the night of the event. Metro Transit routes 345 and 346 serve the area; an E Line bus stop is three blocks away; there is also limited parking at the club and on nearby streets
What: Panel discussion of questions pertaining to City Council District 5 submitted to contact@d5cn.org or by attendees at the event

Mandatory Housing Information

Upcoming Events: Learn more about MHA

and other City services that promote equity

Specific to District 5

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and other City departments are coming to your District to share programs, get feedback, and provide opportunities to see updated maps for Mandatory Housing Affordability. We’d love to talk with you.

District 5 + 6 Open House: February 28, 6-8pm  at Whitman Middle School Gym

Public Hearings and Council Meetings

Districts 5 + 6: March 12 at Northgate Community Center

Citywide: June 25 at Seattle City Hall

Dates and times are subject to change. Click here to go to City Council’s home page.

The Votes Are In

The votes are in for Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets
Nearly 8000 participated; 33 community projects selected

Here is what came out of our District 5 –

  • Lake City: Crossing Improvements on 35th Ave NE & NE 130th St (Cost: $75,000, Total Votes: 686)
  • Meadowbrook: Traffic Calming along Ravenna Ave NE near NE 98th St (Cost: $88,200, Total Votes: 633)
  • Pinehurst: Crossing Improvements near Hazel Wolf School (Cost: $90,000, Total Votes: 630)
  • Broadview: Walkway Improvements near Broadview-Thomson K-8 (Cost: $90,000, Total Votes: 584)

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