Author Archives: Dale Johnson

What Have We Learned After 20 Years of Urban Villages?

On Wednesday, January 28, Peter Steinbrueck will present the results and achievements of the Urban Village strategy, which was implemented with the Comprehensive Plan of 1994. Part of the Seattle Sustainable Neighborhoods Project (SSNAP), Steinbrueck will share on what he believes has worked and how we can improve the Comprehensive Plan with the Seattle 2035…

Broadview-Thomson Playground Design Meeting January 28

The Broadview Community Playground Improvement Committee invites you to attend the second community design meeting Wednesday January 28th at Broadview Thomson K-8 School from 5:30 – 8pm. We have received grant funding from the Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle to hire Barker Landscape architects to design a new playground. Come and give input on…

Broadview Co-op Preschool’s Open House

Broadview Co-op Preschool is hosting an Open House for families with children 1 to 5 years old.  We’ll have fun and engaging activities for children and their families.  Refreshments will be served.   Saturday, January 31st, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM   Teachers Charlotte Wallstrom and Ricci Kilmer will be on hand to lead activities,…

City of Shoreline Seeks Neighborhood Input on 145th St. Corridor Study

The City of Shoreline is embarking on a 145th Street Corridor Study.  They are looking for both residential and businesses representatives from along the corridor to be on their Citizen Advisory Task Force.  They are looking for names by January 28th and meetings will start the 2nd week in February.  It is a commitment of about 5 – 8…

Community Forum on Safe Routes to School

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS FORUM Focus:  Licton Springs, Haller Lake, & Surrounding Neighborhoods Tuesday Jan. 20, 2015 … 6:30 – 8:00 PM At North Seattle College Cafeteria (see location on attached sheet) Come to the community forum about providing Safe Routes to Schools in our area of north Seattle Hear presentations by SDOT on its…

Earthquake Home Retrofit Class Jan. 10

A free, introductory class provides information for do-it-yourselfers or those who want to become educated consumers on how to seismically secure your home to its foundation. Experienced instructors share their insight on tools needed, building techniques, the City’s free plan set and the permit process. WHEN: Saturday, January 10, 2015 11 a.m. – 1 p.m….

Bitter Lake P-Patch 2014 Annual Report

The good folks at the Bitter Lake P-Patch had another successful year, as noted in the report they published, printed below. Bitter Lake P-Patch Annual Report  2014 Even though this was only our second summer at Bitter Lake P-Patch, it is clear we have become an operable garden. We grew, cooked, canned, ate, donated and shared…

Holiday Tree Sale at Broadview-Thomson

Broadview-Thomson K-8 will be hosting its third annual Winter Tree Farm this Saturday and Sunday, December 6 and 7, and again on December 13 and 14. Trees will be sold from 11am to 4pm each weekend. Noble Fir trees (5 to 8 feet) and Douglas Fir trees (5 to 7 feet) will be available, as…

Get Ready for Possible Freezing Weather

The National Weather Service has published a special weather statement about potential freezing weather in our area by Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.  Drain your garden hoses! Here is the text of the NWS statement. COLDER TEMPERATURES AND LOCALLY WINDY CONDITIONS EXPECTED THIS WEEK… A COLD CANADIAN AIR MASS WILL DIVE SOUTHWARD ON MONDAY AND SPREAD…

Damage to Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park

Have you ever seen the salmon along the Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park? For the next few weeks you can watch adult salmon returning to the creeks where they will spawn and complete their life cycle. Next February and March you can also witness thousands of baby salmon being released from the Imprint…

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

What Have We Learned After 20 Years of Urban Villages?

On Wednesday, January 28, Peter Steinbrueck will present the results and achievements of the Urban Village strategy, which was implemented with the Comprehensive Plan of 1994. Part of the Seattle Sustainable Neighborhoods Project (SSNAP), Steinbrueck will share on what he believes has worked and how we can improve the Comprehensive Plan with the Seattle 2035…

Broadview-Thomson Playground Design Meeting January 28

The Broadview Community Playground Improvement Committee invites you to attend the second community design meeting Wednesday January 28th at Broadview Thomson K-8 School from 5:30 – 8pm. We have received grant funding from the Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle to hire Barker Landscape architects to design a new playground. Come and give input on…

Broadview Co-op Preschool’s Open House

Broadview Co-op Preschool is hosting an Open House for families with children 1 to 5 years old.  We’ll have fun and engaging activities for children and their families.  Refreshments will be served.   Saturday, January 31st, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM   Teachers Charlotte Wallstrom and Ricci Kilmer will be on hand to lead activities,…

City of Shoreline Seeks Neighborhood Input on 145th St. Corridor Study

The City of Shoreline is embarking on a 145th Street Corridor Study.  They are looking for both residential and businesses representatives from along the corridor to be on their Citizen Advisory Task Force.  They are looking for names by January 28th and meetings will start the 2nd week in February.  It is a commitment of about 5 – 8…

Community Forum on Safe Routes to School

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS FORUM Focus:  Licton Springs, Haller Lake, & Surrounding Neighborhoods Tuesday Jan. 20, 2015 … 6:30 – 8:00 PM At North Seattle College Cafeteria (see location on attached sheet) Come to the community forum about providing Safe Routes to Schools in our area of north Seattle Hear presentations by SDOT on its…

Earthquake Home Retrofit Class Jan. 10

A free, introductory class provides information for do-it-yourselfers or those who want to become educated consumers on how to seismically secure your home to its foundation. Experienced instructors share their insight on tools needed, building techniques, the City’s free plan set and the permit process. WHEN: Saturday, January 10, 2015 11 a.m. – 1 p.m….

Bitter Lake P-Patch 2014 Annual Report

The good folks at the Bitter Lake P-Patch had another successful year, as noted in the report they published, printed below. Bitter Lake P-Patch Annual Report  2014 Even though this was only our second summer at Bitter Lake P-Patch, it is clear we have become an operable garden. We grew, cooked, canned, ate, donated and shared…

Holiday Tree Sale at Broadview-Thomson

Broadview-Thomson K-8 will be hosting its third annual Winter Tree Farm this Saturday and Sunday, December 6 and 7, and again on December 13 and 14. Trees will be sold from 11am to 4pm each weekend. Noble Fir trees (5 to 8 feet) and Douglas Fir trees (5 to 7 feet) will be available, as…

Get Ready for Possible Freezing Weather

The National Weather Service has published a special weather statement about potential freezing weather in our area by Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.  Drain your garden hoses! Here is the text of the NWS statement. COLDER TEMPERATURES AND LOCALLY WINDY CONDITIONS EXPECTED THIS WEEK… A COLD CANADIAN AIR MASS WILL DIVE SOUTHWARD ON MONDAY AND SPREAD…

Damage to Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park

Have you ever seen the salmon along the Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park? For the next few weeks you can watch adult salmon returning to the creeks where they will spawn and complete their life cycle. Next February and March you can also witness thousands of baby salmon being released from the Imprint…

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

What Have We Learned After 20 Years of Urban Villages?

On Wednesday, January 28, Peter Steinbrueck will present the results and achievements of the Urban Village strategy, which was implemented with the Comprehensive Plan of 1994. Part of the Seattle Sustainable Neighborhoods Project (SSNAP), Steinbrueck will share on what he believes has worked and how we can improve the Comprehensive Plan with the Seattle 2035…

Broadview-Thomson Playground Design Meeting January 28

The Broadview Community Playground Improvement Committee invites you to attend the second community design meeting Wednesday January 28th at Broadview Thomson K-8 School from 5:30 – 8pm. We have received grant funding from the Department of Neighborhoods, City of Seattle to hire Barker Landscape architects to design a new playground. Come and give input on…

Broadview Co-op Preschool’s Open House

Broadview Co-op Preschool is hosting an Open House for families with children 1 to 5 years old.  We’ll have fun and engaging activities for children and their families.  Refreshments will be served.   Saturday, January 31st, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM   Teachers Charlotte Wallstrom and Ricci Kilmer will be on hand to lead activities,…

City of Shoreline Seeks Neighborhood Input on 145th St. Corridor Study

The City of Shoreline is embarking on a 145th Street Corridor Study.  They are looking for both residential and businesses representatives from along the corridor to be on their Citizen Advisory Task Force.  They are looking for names by January 28th and meetings will start the 2nd week in February.  It is a commitment of about 5 – 8…

Community Forum on Safe Routes to School

SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOLS FORUM Focus:  Licton Springs, Haller Lake, & Surrounding Neighborhoods Tuesday Jan. 20, 2015 … 6:30 – 8:00 PM At North Seattle College Cafeteria (see location on attached sheet) Come to the community forum about providing Safe Routes to Schools in our area of north Seattle Hear presentations by SDOT on its…

Earthquake Home Retrofit Class Jan. 10

A free, introductory class provides information for do-it-yourselfers or those who want to become educated consumers on how to seismically secure your home to its foundation. Experienced instructors share their insight on tools needed, building techniques, the City’s free plan set and the permit process. WHEN: Saturday, January 10, 2015 11 a.m. – 1 p.m….

Bitter Lake P-Patch 2014 Annual Report

The good folks at the Bitter Lake P-Patch had another successful year, as noted in the report they published, printed below. Bitter Lake P-Patch Annual Report  2014 Even though this was only our second summer at Bitter Lake P-Patch, it is clear we have become an operable garden. We grew, cooked, canned, ate, donated and shared…

Holiday Tree Sale at Broadview-Thomson

Broadview-Thomson K-8 will be hosting its third annual Winter Tree Farm this Saturday and Sunday, December 6 and 7, and again on December 13 and 14. Trees will be sold from 11am to 4pm each weekend. Noble Fir trees (5 to 8 feet) and Douglas Fir trees (5 to 7 feet) will be available, as…

Get Ready for Possible Freezing Weather

The National Weather Service has published a special weather statement about potential freezing weather in our area by Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.  Drain your garden hoses! Here is the text of the NWS statement. COLDER TEMPERATURES AND LOCALLY WINDY CONDITIONS EXPECTED THIS WEEK… A COLD CANADIAN AIR MASS WILL DIVE SOUTHWARD ON MONDAY AND SPREAD…

Damage to Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park

Have you ever seen the salmon along the Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park? For the next few weeks you can watch adult salmon returning to the creeks where they will spawn and complete their life cycle. Next February and March you can also witness thousands of baby salmon being released from the Imprint…