Seattle Public Utilities

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REMINDER: Please Join Mayor Durkan for a Town Hall this Thursday

From Department of Neighborhoods: When: Thursday, May 7th from 4:30 – 6:00 PM Agenda: 4:30-5:15 PM: Brief remarks and Q&A with Mayor Jenny A. Durkan, 5:15-6:00 PM: Presentations and Q&A with Department Directors. Please join Mayor Jenny A. Durkan and City of Seattle Department Directors for a conversation about North Seattle community needs and how we can […]

Stay safe as you clean up gardens for fall

Fall is nearly here, and so is yard clean-up. In a recent meeting at Wallingford Community Council with the Seattle City Navigation Team, a number of questions were raised about safety in picking up needles and other trash, even human waste, left in neighborhood yards, parks and streets.  As a result, WCC has taken the […]

Thanks to Seattle reLeaf for planning an MLK Day cleanup for the E Line stop

Seattle reLeaf plans a cleanup at the E Line bus stop on Aurora and N 46th. Help with this important spruce-up for a heavily used green space.  Here’s the invitation: A great opportunity for our neighbors… from Seattle reLeaf (the City of Seattle’s urban forestry program): Celebrate and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy […]

Volunteer Sue Peters brushes dust off a mural column, August 11, 2013 
Photo by Debbie Bell

FAWN & 46th Street Mural Project Hold Neighborhood Clean-ups–Thank You!!

FNC President Stephanie Pure, 46th Street mural project steering committee members Craig van den Bosch, Debbie Bell, Eric Wahl and Linda Clifton, joined by Fremont neighbors Lars Larsen, David Bair and  school board candidate Sue Peters, weed-whacked, swept up debris, raked leaves, and scrubbed grime off the 46th Street mural Sunday morning for the mural’s […]

Seattle Public Utilities Asks for Guidance on the Protecting Seattle’s Waterways Plan

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is preparing a long-term plan to reduce the amount of raw sewage and polluted storm water that flows into Seattle’s creeks, lakes, the Ship Canal, and Puget Sound when sewer pipes are overloaded due to heavy rainfall. SPU has developed options and will be preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to […]