Join us for the 8th Ave NW clean-up walk on October 7 at 10 am. We are partnering with Seattle Clean Street Collective for the clean-up. It will be fun and educational, and we will pick up trash safely (with all sorts of helpful tools provided).
We will start at Kirke Park at 10 am. Neighbors of any age and ability welcome! This is a safe and educational event for children, so please bring your families!
Whittier Heights Community Council and Kirke Park Emergency Communications Hub are showing “The Princess Bride” as Outdoor Movie Night on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at Kirke Park.
First learn about our Whittier Heights Emergency Hub at 6:30 pm. We’ll show how the hub can assist our neighborhood during a catastrophic event. Come see our hub equipment!
Then our outdoor movie starts at 7:30 pm (all-ages animated short at 7:30 pm, followed by “The Princess Bride” at 8 pm.) There will be a food truck plus restroom facilities (yes, a Honey Bucket!)
Bring: chairs (low-back chairs preferred), blankets, picnic supplies
Neighbors, please join us – all ages welcome!
From Seattle Parks and Recreation: We need your input! Seattle Parks and Recreation is expanding Baker Park on Crown Hill! Please join Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Planner, Project Manager and Senior Landscape Architect onsite at Baker Park to provide ideas about this exciting new park development.
Public Meeting/Open House
Saturday, August 12, 2017
1 – 3 p.m.
Baker Park on Crown Hill
8347 14th Ave NW, 98117
Thank you to everyone who attended the kick-off meeting for the development of the Baker Park Addition park project on May 20, 2017 at the park. Many neighborhood people including teens and children attended. Most participants and respondents from on-line survey favor improvement for visibility, lighting, expanding existing play area.
Multi-Family Yard Sale – block of 11th (73rd to 75th). Saturday, August 12 at 9 a.m. Between 73rd and 75th on 11th. Multi-family yard sale on this day–come check it out!
The July meeting is this Wednesday at Merrill Gardens at Ballard (5601 24th Ave NW). Agenda to come.
Our location for the drill is LOYAL HEIGHTS PLAYFIELD – not Kirke Park.
On July 29, our local Community Emergency Communications Hub volunteers will join a citywide drill to practice for a major earthquake. A Community Emergency Communications Hub is a pre-determined location where neighbors can gather in an emergency and share information and resources.
Communications hub volunteers are trained with additional skills and can collect information on local situations, needs, and resources in the event of an emergency. They can relay information between Hubs, the Auxiliary Communications Service, or other locations so that it reaches those in need.
If you’d like to participate in or observe the drill, it is a free event at Loyal Heights Playfield starting at 9 am. For more information, visit: http://seattleemergencyhubs.org/
We just received a large shipment of flags and will start adding them to these requested intersections: 10th/80th, 6th/80th, 21st/80th, 73rd/3rd, 78th/3rd, 65th/14th, 8th/77th, 58th/8th.
Please post any requests for additional intersections or if you would like to sponsor an intersection (monitor for missing flags and supply them as needed). Thank you, neighbors!