Resources

SIGN UP FOR THE NEW DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOODS NEWSLETTER –
Published Bi-Weekly and Available by eMail

What’s in the New  Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Newsletter?

Some changes have been made, including a new series called “Hey Neighbor,” introducing  the DON staff making it happen.  Each Newsletter has all the news that is the news organized by South, Central, and North areas.  Plus a lot more. The new newsletter is available by subscription.  Sign up, and get ready to mark your calendar If you have feedback, questions, or news tips, please reach out to the Department of Neighborhoods by email.

 

SHAPING SEATTLE! – Putting Design Review On The Map – See An Online Map Of Projects Under DPD Review

Seattle DPD (formerly Seattle Department of Planning and Development) has a convenient online map application, Shaping Seattle: Buildings. The map provides the locations and detailed information on active Seattle development projects that require design review.

Whether it’s in your neighborhood or elsewhere, this mobile-friendly map encourages all users to comment on proposed projects, fostering a more transparent design review process that values public outreach. Users of the map can view/download each project’s design specifics, illustrations, permit statuses and upcoming community meetings.

Visit the map. Scroll north to see North Seattle projects and status. Check it out!

 

SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT – North Precinct Advisory Council (NPAC) Update

North Precinct is responsible for the city north of the Ship Canal to 145th Street (City Limits) and from Puget Sound to Lake Washington, broken down into Sectors and Beats. The 51 police beats in five police sectors, Boy, John, Lincoln, Nora and Union, reflect population trends.  You can check out what’s happening in your area on TweetsbyBeat on Twitter. North Precinct’s Community Police Team (CPT) is availabe to help you with problems or questions. Find your CPT Officer.

Here is a map showing CPT officer assignments by area. The monthly NPAC Meeting is usually scheduled for the first Wednesday and NPAC Minutes are published promptly each month. Read the current NPAC Meeting Minutes.

 

LINKS

Green Lake Environs

City Neighborhood Council
http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoodcouncil/

Seattle Community Council Federation
http://seattlefederation.blogspot.com/

Wallyhood Blog
http://wallyhood.org/

Green Lake Public Library
Green Lake Library

Bus Routes Serving Green Lake
Bus routes and Maps

Green Lake Schools

Green Lake Elementary School
www.greenlakeschool.org

Bagley Elementary School
Daniel Bagley Elementary

Billings Middle School
billingsmiddleschool.org

Green Lake Park

Green Lake Park
www.seattle.gov/parks/parkspaces/greenlak.htm

Green Lake Community Center
www.seattle.gov/parks/Centers/grnlakcc.htm

Bathhouse Theater
www.seattlepublictheater.org/

Canoeing and Kayaking
The Seattle Canoe and Kayak Club

Friends of Green Lake
www.friendsofgreenlake.org

Woodland Park

Woodland Park Zoo
www.zoo.org

Lower Woodland Park Soccer
Woodland Soccer Club

Green Lake History

The Online Encyclopedia of Seattle/King County History
www.historylink.org
(Search for “Green Lake” and then select
“Thumbnail Sketch of Green Lake History”)

Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry
MOHAI
(Search photo archives for “Green Lake”)