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Legislature considering a “Pedestrian Fatality and Injury Advisory Council” to improve safety

Feet First, which advocates for pedestrian safety, has alerted FNC to a bill now moving in the State Legislature: Pedestrian Safety Bill Approved Nearly-Unanimously in State Senate Olympia- The State Senate has voted to move forward a bill which would make it safer for people walking. The proposed law, which passed with a 48 to [...]

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Help East Fremont Neighbors with Pedestrian Safety at Stone Way & N 45th

Fremont neighbors on the eastern edge of Fremont are asking the city to fund safety improvements to the crosswalk at Stone Way and 43rd, to make it safer. Will you email a message of support, to help them get the funding?  The deadline is Feb. 9–please write  TODAY. HERE ARE THE DETAILS: D DOUGLASS Support [...]

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Fremont Neighborhood Council active in community safety and more–Join us for 2015

In 2014 the Fremont Neighborhood Council took on a number of projects, including: Supported neighborhood efforts for increased pedestrian safety on Fremont Avenue, N 39th, and Stone Way N—improvements have been made on Stone Way and will be made on Fremont Avenue in 2015 Pressed successfully for restoration of the awning at Fremont Ave. and [...]

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North End Neighbors Question officials about local property crime wave

On November 18, Loyal Heights residents and other from Seattle’s North End met with SPD and City Council about crime in their communities.KIRO-TV aired this story.  http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/loyal-heights-residents-frustrated-petty-crimes-an/nh9xB/ but much more was said. A standing-room only crowd packed into a room at Loyal Heights Community Center to hear from officers and civilian employees of the Seattle [...]

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Meet with SPD & City Council members about North End Crime – Tuesday, Nov. 18 1:30 or 7 pm

This Tuesday–tomorrow–meeting with SPD and City Council about crime in the North End. The Phinney Ridge Community Council is passing on this information. All North Seattle neighbors are invited to attend: DETAILS for TUESDAY AFTERNOON MEETING: The Whittier Heights Involved Neighbors (WHIN) have called a meeting on Tuesday, Nov 18th from 1:30-3:00pm at the Loyal [...]

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IS your traffic circle well-designed?

Recently a driver in Fremont expressed real concern about overgrown traffic circle vegetation. He said that if he hadn’t been driving really slowly and cautiously around one of the circles, he’d have hit a pedestrian who was fully hidden by the rampant growth on the Difficult of years the primatene mist on incredibly, if on [...]

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Meet Kathleen O’Toole at SPD North Precinct Picnic Sunday, August 24th

This Sunday–meet your new police chief, Kathleen O’Toole: This year the Seattle Police Department’s north precinct picnic is Sunday August 24th at University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, from 1 – 4 pm. Picnics in the Precincts are fun activities SPD and Seattle Police Foundation hold every year that provide an opportunity for the [...]

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Meet YOUR Neighbors–Have a Free Party on Seattle Night Out Tuesday Aug. 5

Seattle Night Out is so easy to do.  Register, invite neighbors, close your street–no permit required–and have a good time. Potluck, hibachi, franks and buns, music? All up to you.  Lots of information here http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/about.htm and here http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/materials.htm Find a party in your neighborhood http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/nightoutevents.htm or register yours here http://eventactions.com/ea.aspx?ea=Rsvp . Map isn’t showing any in [...]

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Funds available to neighborhoods to support Night Out 2014 activities

From the Department of Neighborhoods, to support Seattle Night Out August 3: Small Sparks Fund provides matching funds to support community engagement. Deadline to apply is June 23  If your neighborhood plans to participate in the 30th Annual Night Out on August 5, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has a fund to support your event and [...]

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Open Meetings Scheduled for Appointment of New Police Chief

Wednesday, June 4, 2:00 p.m. in Council Chambers - Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee – Kathleen O’Toole will appear, make opening comments, and respond to initial questions from Councilmembers. Public comment will be accepted at the beginning of the meeting. Wednesday, June 11, 5:30 p.m. at New Holly Gathering Hall, 7054 32nd Ave South [...]

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