Author Archives: Susan George

One of my passions is community service. It is very gratifying to be a part of the Broadview Community Council, Broadview Sewer Task Force and to have helped with launching our Broadviewseattle.org website. Preserving the infrastructure of our neighborhood is important to all of us in maintaining the value of our homes. For most of us, our homes are our most valuable asset. I love living in Broadview. It is an area of Seattle where home lots are larger and the trees are big. I think a vast part of Broadview has an urban small farm/bed community feeling. I tend a large garden, raise hens and keep bees on my spare time. Also I love spending time with my family who also live in Broadview. Education: I studied Interior Design at Cornish College of Arts and I’m the proprietor of SeattleSue Design. Professional: I’m a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Bain, the world's most productive residential real estate company. My referral-based real estate practice has been built over the last 20 years on a foundation of client advocacy, knowledge and ethical business practices. My expertise is managing complex real estate transactions. The best part is the continuation of relationships with my clients after closings in helping them with their home designing.

A Candidate Forum for Seattle City Council District 5

This year Seattle will begin electing most City Council members from geographic districts. The Broadview Community Council, in association with the Greenwood, Haller Lake, and Pinehurst community councils, presents  A Candidate Forum for Seattle City Council District 5 Wednesday, March 11, 2015, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm Doors open at 6:30 for socializing, Bitter Lake Community…

Broadview Neighborhood Invite

 2015 Neighborhood Spring Street Party Join us for live music, brats, and help make the neighborhood streets safe! We will be making crossing flags for our Xwalks.  Bring a dish to share, tips for the Oompah band, and your smile. Saturday March 14th 2015, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Location: On 140th St NW between…

Public Review of First Phase of Viewlands Playground Improvement

  Viewlands Elementary has been awarded a grant from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to prepare construction documents for the first phase of playground improvement. Through this meeting we aim to build community partners among neighbors, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local groups. Join us and find out how you can be involved in…

Seattle Police Dept is shifting the Boundaries

 The first time since 2008, the Seattle Police Department is shifting the boundaries of its 51 police beats. The new beats will now more closely reflect Seattle’s census tracts to match officer allocation to the recent growth and shifts in Seattle’s many neighborhoods. The North Precinct will continue to consist of five police sectors: Boy,…

12th Man Flag Flying High in Broadview

                  GO HAWKS! Picture sent in by Sarah Phillips

2015 Broadview Community Council Membership

Thank you to our new and returning members!  We truly appreciate your support.  If you have not paid your 2015 annual dues, this is a reminder to do so.  If you are not a member, we invite you to join. The Broadview Community Council (BCC) acts as the voice for our neighborhood when it comes…

Help support Safeonthird in Broadview

We are seeking community input for a 2015 neighborhood street and park fund grant application. Last year we received a grant to improve the walkway from 145th to 140th (work to commence later this year). Please take a look at our survey and help us gauge interest in other pedestrian safety projects on the neighborhood….

Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members

Let’s get Seattle walking Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members. Anyone interested that lives in Broadview? SEATTLE – The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for several new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier.  The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in…

The Broadview Garden Club wishes you a Peaceful New Year

  Broadview Garden Club invites you to join us for an evening with garden designer and author, Jessi Bloom:  Mindful Gardens: Finding Zen & peace in your garden  7 p.m.   Thursday, January 8, 2015 Luther Memorial Lutheran Church 13047 Greenwood Ave N. Seattle, WA 98177     Jessi Bloom is a Puget Sound native, an…

Interested in updates on Light Rail at Northgate Station

            The elevated Northgate Station will be located east of 1st Ave NE, spanning NE 103rd Street. Station entrances will be on the Northgate Mall property north of NE 103rd Street and near the Northgate Transit Center south of NE 103rd Street. This station will provide access to Northgate Mall,…

Author Archives: Susan George

One of my passions is community service. It is very gratifying to be a part of the Broadview Community Council, Broadview Sewer Task Force and to have helped with launching our Broadviewseattle.org website. Preserving the infrastructure of our neighborhood is important to all of us in maintaining the value of our homes. For most of us, our homes are our most valuable asset. I love living in Broadview. It is an area of Seattle where home lots are larger and the trees are big. I think a vast part of Broadview has an urban small farm/bed community feeling. I tend a large garden, raise hens and keep bees on my spare time. Also I love spending time with my family who also live in Broadview. Education: I studied Interior Design at Cornish College of Arts and I’m the proprietor of SeattleSue Design. Professional: I’m a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Bain, the world's most productive residential real estate company. My referral-based real estate practice has been built over the last 20 years on a foundation of client advocacy, knowledge and ethical business practices. My expertise is managing complex real estate transactions. The best part is the continuation of relationships with my clients after closings in helping them with their home designing.

A Candidate Forum for Seattle City Council District 5

This year Seattle will begin electing most City Council members from geographic districts. The Broadview Community Council, in association with the Greenwood, Haller Lake, and Pinehurst community councils, presents  A Candidate Forum for Seattle City Council District 5 Wednesday, March 11, 2015, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm Doors open at 6:30 for socializing, Bitter Lake Community…

Broadview Neighborhood Invite

 2015 Neighborhood Spring Street Party Join us for live music, brats, and help make the neighborhood streets safe! We will be making crossing flags for our Xwalks.  Bring a dish to share, tips for the Oompah band, and your smile. Saturday March 14th 2015, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Location: On 140th St NW between…

Public Review of First Phase of Viewlands Playground Improvement

  Viewlands Elementary has been awarded a grant from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to prepare construction documents for the first phase of playground improvement. Through this meeting we aim to build community partners among neighbors, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local groups. Join us and find out how you can be involved in…

Seattle Police Dept is shifting the Boundaries

 The first time since 2008, the Seattle Police Department is shifting the boundaries of its 51 police beats. The new beats will now more closely reflect Seattle’s census tracts to match officer allocation to the recent growth and shifts in Seattle’s many neighborhoods. The North Precinct will continue to consist of five police sectors: Boy,…

12th Man Flag Flying High in Broadview

                  GO HAWKS! Picture sent in by Sarah Phillips

2015 Broadview Community Council Membership

Thank you to our new and returning members!  We truly appreciate your support.  If you have not paid your 2015 annual dues, this is a reminder to do so.  If you are not a member, we invite you to join. The Broadview Community Council (BCC) acts as the voice for our neighborhood when it comes…

Help support Safeonthird in Broadview

We are seeking community input for a 2015 neighborhood street and park fund grant application. Last year we received a grant to improve the walkway from 145th to 140th (work to commence later this year). Please take a look at our survey and help us gauge interest in other pedestrian safety projects on the neighborhood….

Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members

Let’s get Seattle walking Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members. Anyone interested that lives in Broadview? SEATTLE – The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for several new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier.  The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in…

The Broadview Garden Club wishes you a Peaceful New Year

  Broadview Garden Club invites you to join us for an evening with garden designer and author, Jessi Bloom:  Mindful Gardens: Finding Zen & peace in your garden  7 p.m.   Thursday, January 8, 2015 Luther Memorial Lutheran Church 13047 Greenwood Ave N. Seattle, WA 98177     Jessi Bloom is a Puget Sound native, an…

Interested in updates on Light Rail at Northgate Station

            The elevated Northgate Station will be located east of 1st Ave NE, spanning NE 103rd Street. Station entrances will be on the Northgate Mall property north of NE 103rd Street and near the Northgate Transit Center south of NE 103rd Street. This station will provide access to Northgate Mall,…

Author Archives: Susan George

One of my passions is community service. It is very gratifying to be a part of the Broadview Community Council, Broadview Sewer Task Force and to have helped with launching our Broadviewseattle.org website. Preserving the infrastructure of our neighborhood is important to all of us in maintaining the value of our homes. For most of us, our homes are our most valuable asset. I love living in Broadview. It is an area of Seattle where home lots are larger and the trees are big. I think a vast part of Broadview has an urban small farm/bed community feeling. I tend a large garden, raise hens and keep bees on my spare time. Also I love spending time with my family who also live in Broadview. Education: I studied Interior Design at Cornish College of Arts and I’m the proprietor of SeattleSue Design. Professional: I’m a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Bain, the world's most productive residential real estate company. My referral-based real estate practice has been built over the last 20 years on a foundation of client advocacy, knowledge and ethical business practices. My expertise is managing complex real estate transactions. The best part is the continuation of relationships with my clients after closings in helping them with their home designing.

A Candidate Forum for Seattle City Council District 5

This year Seattle will begin electing most City Council members from geographic districts. The Broadview Community Council, in association with the Greenwood, Haller Lake, and Pinehurst community councils, presents  A Candidate Forum for Seattle City Council District 5 Wednesday, March 11, 2015, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm Doors open at 6:30 for socializing, Bitter Lake Community…

Broadview Neighborhood Invite

 2015 Neighborhood Spring Street Party Join us for live music, brats, and help make the neighborhood streets safe! We will be making crossing flags for our Xwalks.  Bring a dish to share, tips for the Oompah band, and your smile. Saturday March 14th 2015, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Location: On 140th St NW between…

Public Review of First Phase of Viewlands Playground Improvement

  Viewlands Elementary has been awarded a grant from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods to prepare construction documents for the first phase of playground improvement. Through this meeting we aim to build community partners among neighbors, businesses, neighborhood organizations and local groups. Join us and find out how you can be involved in…

Seattle Police Dept is shifting the Boundaries

 The first time since 2008, the Seattle Police Department is shifting the boundaries of its 51 police beats. The new beats will now more closely reflect Seattle’s census tracts to match officer allocation to the recent growth and shifts in Seattle’s many neighborhoods. The North Precinct will continue to consist of five police sectors: Boy,…

12th Man Flag Flying High in Broadview

                  GO HAWKS! Picture sent in by Sarah Phillips

2015 Broadview Community Council Membership

Thank you to our new and returning members!  We truly appreciate your support.  If you have not paid your 2015 annual dues, this is a reminder to do so.  If you are not a member, we invite you to join. The Broadview Community Council (BCC) acts as the voice for our neighborhood when it comes…

Help support Safeonthird in Broadview

We are seeking community input for a 2015 neighborhood street and park fund grant application. Last year we received a grant to improve the walkway from 145th to 140th (work to commence later this year). Please take a look at our survey and help us gauge interest in other pedestrian safety projects on the neighborhood….

Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members

Let’s get Seattle walking Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board seeks new members. Anyone interested that lives in Broadview? SEATTLE – The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for several new members to help make walking in Seattle safer and easier.  The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1993, plays an influential role in…

The Broadview Garden Club wishes you a Peaceful New Year

  Broadview Garden Club invites you to join us for an evening with garden designer and author, Jessi Bloom:  Mindful Gardens: Finding Zen & peace in your garden  7 p.m.   Thursday, January 8, 2015 Luther Memorial Lutheran Church 13047 Greenwood Ave N. Seattle, WA 98177     Jessi Bloom is a Puget Sound native, an…

Interested in updates on Light Rail at Northgate Station

            The elevated Northgate Station will be located east of 1st Ave NE, spanning NE 103rd Street. Station entrances will be on the Northgate Mall property north of NE 103rd Street and near the Northgate Transit Center south of NE 103rd Street. This station will provide access to Northgate Mall,…