Olympic Hills residents are invited to join a neighborhood meeting this Wednesday, Sept 25th, 6:00-7:30pm, in the Lake City Library meeting room.
The meeting includes topics specific to the Olympic Hills neighborhood, such as the new Greenways route and Pocket Park currently underway along 27th Ave, and Seattle School District’s plans to rebuild Olympic Hills Elementary. Come learn what’s going on in your immediate neighborhood and how you can have a say in it.
Looking for Your Neighborhood Council?
Most Lake City neighborhoods have regular meetings via active community councils. Some also have online presences or email lists as well. These community councils provide a venue for advocacy for everything from funding for neighborhood improvements (like sidewalks, traffic calming, etc.) to planning social events. If you’ve ever wondered how decisions are made in your neighborhood, you may want to get connected with your local council to learn more.
Victory Heights Community Council – meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month. See the Victory Heights blog for more information: victoryheights.org
Meadowbrook Community Council – get updates and membership information from their blog: www.meadowbrookcouncil.com
Cedar Park Neighborhood Council – maintains an active email list and has occasional meetings. Contact Phil Shack for more information email@example.com
Pinehurst Community Council – visit Pinehurst’s blog for more information: www.pinehurstseattle.org
There are also several micro-community organizations throughout Lake City. These sub-groups help neighborhoods focus on immediate geographic concerns. Please see our Get Connected page for more information.