Broadview Bitter Lake Community Council Annual Meeting

 Broadview Bitter Lake Community Council Annual Meeting

Tuesday, February 21 

Socializing begins at 6:30 PM – Meeting starts 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

 Luther Memorial Lutheran Church,13047 Greenwood Ave. N.

Join Broadview Bitter Lake Community Council to learn more about new funding opportunities for parks, sidewalks, and streets in 2017. A City Hall official will provide information about a new process for funding small projects:

Your Voice, Your Choice  

She will also help us gather ideas to improve the community.

Don’t miss this opportunity to add your ideas for neighborhood improvements to the City’s list.  Let’s make it a bold list. More information is available online.

Here is a link to last year’s Public Comments on Community Priorities done in March 2016. This is the results of that survey. Feel free to print/ copy this.

Public Comments on Priorities Survey

This is also Broadview/Bitterlake annual meeting so it will include business on bylaws and elections.

Tax Season is here and mail theft is always high this time of the year!

  A word from our  Crime Prevention Coordinator– Tax-Related Identity theft is an important crime to be aware of during tax season. An identity thief may use your Social Security number to get a tax refund or a job. Contact the IRS if they send you a notice saying their records show: you were paid…

Mayor Murray transmits landmark police accountability legislation to Council.

Important local news event that happen last week in our City. Click to see the whole article. Mayor Murray transmits landmark police accountability legislation to Council    

ADD YOUR VOICE- Simple Survey Monkey

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Licton Springs School plans program tours this week & in February

Licton Springs K-8 school, in North Seattle, is holding tours for interested families at its current, at the Lincoln facility (at 4400 Interlake Ave N. in Wallingford). To attend a program tour, please stop by the school office between 9:30 and 10:30 am on one of the following days: Mondays, Jan. 23 and 30, Feb. 6…

WOMXN’S MARCH SEATTLE- updates

I know a lot of you will be attending the march.  I have held off posting anything because of the many changes. As most of you know Seattle will be the 3rd largest march in the Country. General information: Date: January 21, 2017 Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Start: Judkins Park (2150 S Norman St, Seattle, WA 98144)…

Dive in District 5

  Place and Time: Shanty Tavern Lake City Friday, Feb 10th at 6PM- 8PM Once again! Join Councilmember Juarez and local leaders for a community celebration at the Shanty Tavern in Lake City. Learn more about Councilmember Juarez’ 2016 budget wins for North Seattle including significant investment in human services and local infrastructure. Share your…

Happy New Year from Broadview Neighborhood News!

A little hang-over from 2016. No News is good New! It was a little hard to find good news to start this cold New Year but I did find some. I hope all of you have a Healthy and Prosperous 2017. Seattle’s Neighbor Day Celebration Invites You to Indulge in Random Acts of Kindness  Join…

Best wishes for the Holiday Season.

  Here are a few fun events around town. Christmas ships parade: December 13 – 23, 2016 Lake Washington & Puget Sound Ride onboard with the choir or listen from shore at a bonfire during Christmas Ship Festival. See schedule. Reindeer & model trains: December 13 – 24, 2016 Visit live reindeer and watch model trains…

Event on Housing Affordability and Livability in Our Neighborhood

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, in collaboration with other City departments, is seeking feedback on a new program to create affordable housing in our neighborhoods and, more specifically, on the proposed zoning changes required to make that happen.  We will be hosting feedback events throughout the city over the next several months and you are…