Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Updated Seattle Public Utilities Broadview Projects Plans

Recently Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) updated its website for Broadview projects, with the most recent version of its plans.  SPU has somewhat changed direction from earlier plans that looked to link its projects in Broadview to larger regional sewage plans.  You can view SPU’s current plans at its site for the Broadview projects.  Both the…

Mayor Murray announces funding plan for North Police Precinct

Mayor Ed Murray on April 22 announced the funding strategy for the new Seattle Police Department North Precinct, to be built at N 130th St. and Aurora Ave. N, slated to break ground in 2017 and open for business in 2019. The mayor will propose no new taxes to pay for the project. “Because of our vibrant…

Broadview Historical Society Meeting Thursday March 17

The Broadview Historical Society meeting for March is on Thursday March 17 at the Broadview Library at 1 PM.  That and future meeting dates are listed below. Click on item below for larger view.

New Trader Joe’s in Shoreline

By this time the opening of a Trader Joe’s store on N 175th St. in Shoreline, WA is probably old news but just in case you hadn’t heard about it here is a link to the store site.    

Observe Salmon Fry Release at Carkeek Park

The volunteers who manage the salmon imprint pond adjacent to Venema Creek in Carkeek Park will release the first batch of imprinted salmon Tuesday March 1. The release will be around 5:30 PM at the imprint pond, which is at the end of the Salmon to Sound Trail. You can observe the release by visiting…

Disaster Preparedness Classes

The Seattle Office of Emergency Management has lined up a series of classes about preparing for a disaster emergency.  Many people in Seattle have had their awareness about the need to prepare by an article last year in the New Yorker magazine about the The Big One.  The author of that article wrote a follow…

The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee is Seeking Candidates

We have a new transportation levy that was approved by voters last year.  If you would like to be considered for the committee that will oversee the levy you can apply.  See the announcement below. ========================================== The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee seeks candidates to apply for service on the Committee. Candidates will be selected…

New North Precinct Police Station Project Open House January 23

There will be an open house on January 23 to present  more about the new North Precinct Police Station project, including project status, preliminary designs, proposed schedule, opportunities for public input and more. Open House Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016 10 a.m. to noon Bitter Lake Community Center Annex @ Broadview Thomson Elementary 13040 Greenwood Ave. N.,…

Plan for Lane Closures on Aurora Ave. N

The Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will be closing several lanes of Aurora from the Aurora bridge to near the north end of the new viaduct at different times starting on January 18.  WSDOT has detailed information at this page. Lanes closed and times they will be closed will change over the time period January 18…

Here’s How You Can Fund a Local Street Improvement

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is  now accepting proposals to the Neighborhood Park and Street Fund (NPSF) which supports improvements to neighborhood parks and streets proposed by the community. The deadline for applications is February 8, 2016. The NPSF can be used for projects valued up to $90,000. Examples of park projects include minor playground…

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Updated Seattle Public Utilities Broadview Projects Plans

Recently Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) updated its website for Broadview projects, with the most recent version of its plans.  SPU has somewhat changed direction from earlier plans that looked to link its projects in Broadview to larger regional sewage plans.  You can view SPU’s current plans at its site for the Broadview projects.  Both the…

Mayor Murray announces funding plan for North Police Precinct

Mayor Ed Murray on April 22 announced the funding strategy for the new Seattle Police Department North Precinct, to be built at N 130th St. and Aurora Ave. N, slated to break ground in 2017 and open for business in 2019. The mayor will propose no new taxes to pay for the project. “Because of our vibrant…

Broadview Historical Society Meeting Thursday March 17

The Broadview Historical Society meeting for March is on Thursday March 17 at the Broadview Library at 1 PM.  That and future meeting dates are listed below. Click on item below for larger view.

New Trader Joe’s in Shoreline

By this time the opening of a Trader Joe’s store on N 175th St. in Shoreline, WA is probably old news but just in case you hadn’t heard about it here is a link to the store site.    

Observe Salmon Fry Release at Carkeek Park

The volunteers who manage the salmon imprint pond adjacent to Venema Creek in Carkeek Park will release the first batch of imprinted salmon Tuesday March 1. The release will be around 5:30 PM at the imprint pond, which is at the end of the Salmon to Sound Trail. You can observe the release by visiting…

Disaster Preparedness Classes

The Seattle Office of Emergency Management has lined up a series of classes about preparing for a disaster emergency.  Many people in Seattle have had their awareness about the need to prepare by an article last year in the New Yorker magazine about the The Big One.  The author of that article wrote a follow…

The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee is Seeking Candidates

We have a new transportation levy that was approved by voters last year.  If you would like to be considered for the committee that will oversee the levy you can apply.  See the announcement below. ========================================== The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee seeks candidates to apply for service on the Committee. Candidates will be selected…

New North Precinct Police Station Project Open House January 23

There will be an open house on January 23 to present  more about the new North Precinct Police Station project, including project status, preliminary designs, proposed schedule, opportunities for public input and more. Open House Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016 10 a.m. to noon Bitter Lake Community Center Annex @ Broadview Thomson Elementary 13040 Greenwood Ave. N.,…

Plan for Lane Closures on Aurora Ave. N

The Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will be closing several lanes of Aurora from the Aurora bridge to near the north end of the new viaduct at different times starting on January 18.  WSDOT has detailed information at this page. Lanes closed and times they will be closed will change over the time period January 18…

Here’s How You Can Fund a Local Street Improvement

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is  now accepting proposals to the Neighborhood Park and Street Fund (NPSF) which supports improvements to neighborhood parks and streets proposed by the community. The deadline for applications is February 8, 2016. The NPSF can be used for projects valued up to $90,000. Examples of park projects include minor playground…

Author Archives: Dale Johnson

Updated Seattle Public Utilities Broadview Projects Plans

Recently Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) updated its website for Broadview projects, with the most recent version of its plans.  SPU has somewhat changed direction from earlier plans that looked to link its projects in Broadview to larger regional sewage plans.  You can view SPU’s current plans at its site for the Broadview projects.  Both the…

Mayor Murray announces funding plan for North Police Precinct

Mayor Ed Murray on April 22 announced the funding strategy for the new Seattle Police Department North Precinct, to be built at N 130th St. and Aurora Ave. N, slated to break ground in 2017 and open for business in 2019. The mayor will propose no new taxes to pay for the project. “Because of our vibrant…

Broadview Historical Society Meeting Thursday March 17

The Broadview Historical Society meeting for March is on Thursday March 17 at the Broadview Library at 1 PM.  That and future meeting dates are listed below. Click on item below for larger view.

New Trader Joe’s in Shoreline

By this time the opening of a Trader Joe’s store on N 175th St. in Shoreline, WA is probably old news but just in case you hadn’t heard about it here is a link to the store site.    

Observe Salmon Fry Release at Carkeek Park

The volunteers who manage the salmon imprint pond adjacent to Venema Creek in Carkeek Park will release the first batch of imprinted salmon Tuesday March 1. The release will be around 5:30 PM at the imprint pond, which is at the end of the Salmon to Sound Trail. You can observe the release by visiting…

Disaster Preparedness Classes

The Seattle Office of Emergency Management has lined up a series of classes about preparing for a disaster emergency.  Many people in Seattle have had their awareness about the need to prepare by an article last year in the New Yorker magazine about the The Big One.  The author of that article wrote a follow…

The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee is Seeking Candidates

We have a new transportation levy that was approved by voters last year.  If you would like to be considered for the committee that will oversee the levy you can apply.  See the announcement below. ========================================== The Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee seeks candidates to apply for service on the Committee. Candidates will be selected…

New North Precinct Police Station Project Open House January 23

There will be an open house on January 23 to present  more about the new North Precinct Police Station project, including project status, preliminary designs, proposed schedule, opportunities for public input and more. Open House Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016 10 a.m. to noon Bitter Lake Community Center Annex @ Broadview Thomson Elementary 13040 Greenwood Ave. N.,…

Plan for Lane Closures on Aurora Ave. N

The Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will be closing several lanes of Aurora from the Aurora bridge to near the north end of the new viaduct at different times starting on January 18.  WSDOT has detailed information at this page. Lanes closed and times they will be closed will change over the time period January 18…

Here’s How You Can Fund a Local Street Improvement

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is  now accepting proposals to the Neighborhood Park and Street Fund (NPSF) which supports improvements to neighborhood parks and streets proposed by the community. The deadline for applications is February 8, 2016. The NPSF can be used for projects valued up to $90,000. Examples of park projects include minor playground…