News and Updates
November 9, 2020 meeting
Please join us virtually on November 9th, either on the Meetings and Videos tab or on Facebook. Agenda:
-Karissa Smith, the City's Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, will talk to us about preparing for earthquakes, snowstorms and power outages
-Allison Zike will tell us about the NE 85th St Station Area Plan and how to provide feedback
-We will identify Neighborhood Safety Program projects. If you have an idea, submit it to email@example.com
September 14, 2020 meeting video
You can watch the September 14, 2020 meeting recording on the Meetings and Videos tab. Our agenda topics were:
- The Fire and Emergency Medical Services property tax measure which will be on our ballots in November.
- Conversations the city is having around Black Lives Matter and policing.
- Expected city budget shortfalls due to COVID-19 and other factors.
- How the city is evaluating which park facilities to keep open during COVID-19.
- Kicking off this year's Neighborhood Safety Program project.
- An update on developer activity in Moss Bay.
Updates about the Google Phase III Development
This project broke ground on Monday, July 13th. You can find updates, track progress and more on their website. Coming soon their website will also have a camera live streaming the construction site.
If you have questions or comments about the project you can contact: Dave Tomson, SRMKCCA Dev Manager at 509-991-1075.
Watch our May Meeting Online
May 11th was our first ever fully-virtual neighborhood meeting! If you weren't able to join us on the live stream you can catch up with the video on our Meetings and Videos page.
How did the online meeting work for you? Let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 2020 Public Transit Changes
On March 21st many of our neighborhood bus routes changed, including the 255 which now goes to the LINK station at UW instead of downtown. To find out more check out the videos in our Meetings and Videos tab and the King County Metro website.
2019-2020 Neighborhood Safety Project
Based on our survey, our neighborhood safety project for 2019/2020 was to propose that a rapid flashing beacon be added to the crosswalk across Central Way at the intersection of Central Way & Main St.
City Council funded this project at their April 2020 meeting. If bidding and construction isn't impacted by COVID-19 you can expect a rapid flashing beacon to be in place by June 2021. Find out more on our Neighborhood Safety Program page.
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2020 Meeting Dates
We meet the 2nd Monday of odd months, except for July.
Our 2020 meetings are:
Meetings will be held online until we are permitted to resume in-person meetings at Heritage Hall.
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