Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Broadview Co-Op Preschool Winter Openings

The Broadview Co-Op Preschool has some openings for its Pre3 class for winter. More information is available on their blog. Click on poster for larger view.

Broadview-Thomson PTA Tree Sale

The PTA at Broadview-Thomson K-8 is again having a tree sale this year.  Below is their announcement. The Holiday Tree Farm is celebrating it’s Fourth Anniversary with NEW DATES and NEW TIMES!  Due to overwhelming demand, we will be open Thanksgiving weekend on November 28 & 29 and again on December 5 & 6.   In addition, we will have our very…

Design Review for Building at N135th St. and Linden Ave. N

A proposal to build a 6 story residential structure on the south side of N 135th St. at Linden Ave. N will have an Early Design Guidance Review Meeting on December 7 at 6:30 PM at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW.  The Department of Planning and Development notice of the meeting is located…

Thank You Broadview Drivers

Recently a message by Joey Shyloski  appeared in Nextdoor  Broadview that nicely made some points about safe driving, that is copied below. —————————————————————————————- This is a thank-you note to all the good drivers in Broadview! While much of Seattle is choked with parked cars and narrow lanes, we’re lucky to have wide streets and plenty of places…

Help SDOT Redesign Its Website

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is seeking input on what the public would like to see on its website when it is redesigned.  Below is their notice. Help us redesign SDOT’s website to work better for you! We know it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on our site. With your…

Remember to Vote Nov. 3!

If you haven’t mailed in your ballot for the Nov. 3 election there is still time to do so.  As long as your ballot is post marked on Nov. 3 it will be counted.  An alternative to sending the ballot by mail is to take it to a ballot drop box.  There is one at…

Sandbags Available from Seattle Public Utilities

With potential heavy rainfall in the forecast the announcement below from Seattle Public Utilities may be of interest to some in our community who have experienced surface water runoff flooding in the past. Storm season is underway and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is offering a limited number of free, filled sandbags to households or business…

Take the Pedestrian Master Plan Update survey!

Broadview has had some new sidewalks installed in the past ten years, but many more are needed. The Pedestrian Master Plan seeks to funnel pedestrian improvements to areas of the city with the greatest need. It prioritizes where to provide new sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks, and many other improvements that make it easier to walk…

Seattle Police Department Crime Data Dashboard

The Seattle Police Department has  launched its Crime Data Dashboard, giving Seattle residents access to the same statistical information on incidents of property and violent crime used by SPD commanders, officers and analysts to direct police patrols. “This tool provides Seattle residents with unprecedented transparency and accessibility to accurate and timely crime data,” said Mayor Ed…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study

The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study was held on Wednesday, September 30.  Approximately 200 people attended.  At this open house, City of Shoreline staff shared general information about the study and the project team introduced draft study concepts.  Open house attendees participated in an exercise which will be used to help inform the outcome. The eventual…

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Broadview Co-Op Preschool Winter Openings

The Broadview Co-Op Preschool has some openings for its Pre3 class for winter. More information is available on their blog. Click on poster for larger view.

Broadview-Thomson PTA Tree Sale

The PTA at Broadview-Thomson K-8 is again having a tree sale this year.  Below is their announcement. The Holiday Tree Farm is celebrating it’s Fourth Anniversary with NEW DATES and NEW TIMES!  Due to overwhelming demand, we will be open Thanksgiving weekend on November 28 & 29 and again on December 5 & 6.   In addition, we will have our very…

Design Review for Building at N135th St. and Linden Ave. N

A proposal to build a 6 story residential structure on the south side of N 135th St. at Linden Ave. N will have an Early Design Guidance Review Meeting on December 7 at 6:30 PM at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW.  The Department of Planning and Development notice of the meeting is located…

Thank You Broadview Drivers

Recently a message by Joey Shyloski  appeared in Nextdoor  Broadview that nicely made some points about safe driving, that is copied below. —————————————————————————————- This is a thank-you note to all the good drivers in Broadview! While much of Seattle is choked with parked cars and narrow lanes, we’re lucky to have wide streets and plenty of places…

Help SDOT Redesign Its Website

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is seeking input on what the public would like to see on its website when it is redesigned.  Below is their notice. Help us redesign SDOT’s website to work better for you! We know it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on our site. With your…

Remember to Vote Nov. 3!

If you haven’t mailed in your ballot for the Nov. 3 election there is still time to do so.  As long as your ballot is post marked on Nov. 3 it will be counted.  An alternative to sending the ballot by mail is to take it to a ballot drop box.  There is one at…

Sandbags Available from Seattle Public Utilities

With potential heavy rainfall in the forecast the announcement below from Seattle Public Utilities may be of interest to some in our community who have experienced surface water runoff flooding in the past. Storm season is underway and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is offering a limited number of free, filled sandbags to households or business…

Take the Pedestrian Master Plan Update survey!

Broadview has had some new sidewalks installed in the past ten years, but many more are needed. The Pedestrian Master Plan seeks to funnel pedestrian improvements to areas of the city with the greatest need. It prioritizes where to provide new sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks, and many other improvements that make it easier to walk…

Seattle Police Department Crime Data Dashboard

The Seattle Police Department has  launched its Crime Data Dashboard, giving Seattle residents access to the same statistical information on incidents of property and violent crime used by SPD commanders, officers and analysts to direct police patrols. “This tool provides Seattle residents with unprecedented transparency and accessibility to accurate and timely crime data,” said Mayor Ed…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study

The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study was held on Wednesday, September 30.  Approximately 200 people attended.  At this open house, City of Shoreline staff shared general information about the study and the project team introduced draft study concepts.  Open house attendees participated in an exercise which will be used to help inform the outcome. The eventual…

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Broadview Co-Op Preschool Winter Openings

The Broadview Co-Op Preschool has some openings for its Pre3 class for winter. More information is available on their blog. Click on poster for larger view.

Broadview-Thomson PTA Tree Sale

The PTA at Broadview-Thomson K-8 is again having a tree sale this year.  Below is their announcement. The Holiday Tree Farm is celebrating it’s Fourth Anniversary with NEW DATES and NEW TIMES!  Due to overwhelming demand, we will be open Thanksgiving weekend on November 28 & 29 and again on December 5 & 6.   In addition, we will have our very…

Design Review for Building at N135th St. and Linden Ave. N

A proposal to build a 6 story residential structure on the south side of N 135th St. at Linden Ave. N will have an Early Design Guidance Review Meeting on December 7 at 6:30 PM at the Ballard Community Center, 6020 28th Ave. NW.  The Department of Planning and Development notice of the meeting is located…

Thank You Broadview Drivers

Recently a message by Joey Shyloski  appeared in Nextdoor  Broadview that nicely made some points about safe driving, that is copied below. —————————————————————————————- This is a thank-you note to all the good drivers in Broadview! While much of Seattle is choked with parked cars and narrow lanes, we’re lucky to have wide streets and plenty of places…

Help SDOT Redesign Its Website

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is seeking input on what the public would like to see on its website when it is redesigned.  Below is their notice. Help us redesign SDOT’s website to work better for you! We know it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for on our site. With your…

Remember to Vote Nov. 3!

If you haven’t mailed in your ballot for the Nov. 3 election there is still time to do so.  As long as your ballot is post marked on Nov. 3 it will be counted.  An alternative to sending the ballot by mail is to take it to a ballot drop box.  There is one at…

Sandbags Available from Seattle Public Utilities

With potential heavy rainfall in the forecast the announcement below from Seattle Public Utilities may be of interest to some in our community who have experienced surface water runoff flooding in the past. Storm season is underway and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is offering a limited number of free, filled sandbags to households or business…

Take the Pedestrian Master Plan Update survey!

Broadview has had some new sidewalks installed in the past ten years, but many more are needed. The Pedestrian Master Plan seeks to funnel pedestrian improvements to areas of the city with the greatest need. It prioritizes where to provide new sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks, and many other improvements that make it easier to walk…

Seattle Police Department Crime Data Dashboard

The Seattle Police Department has  launched its Crime Data Dashboard, giving Seattle residents access to the same statistical information on incidents of property and violent crime used by SPD commanders, officers and analysts to direct police patrols. “This tool provides Seattle residents with unprecedented transparency and accessibility to accurate and timely crime data,” said Mayor Ed…

145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study

The second open house for the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study was held on Wednesday, September 30.  Approximately 200 people attended.  At this open house, City of Shoreline staff shared general information about the study and the project team introduced draft study concepts.  Open house attendees participated in an exercise which will be used to help inform the outcome. The eventual…