Ballard Corners Park Work Party June 27

23 06 2015

photo from the work party in Spring – photo cred to Ballard Corners Park

The Friends of Ballard Corners Park invite you to a work party!

Ballard Corners Park Work Party
Saturday June 27 9AM-12PM
17th Ave NW and NW 63rd
rain or shine!

Some tools and refreshments will be provided.  If you have your own gloves and tools please bring them.  Any questions, please contact Gabriella: gabriella@seanet.com.  We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

 





Check out the newest little park in Ballard

17 06 2015

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Last Thursday, Professor Winterbottom’s Landscape ArchitectureDesign/Build Class at UW held a dedication ceremony and potluck at the 11th Ave NW Street End Park they designed and installed in just a few months! That’s quite a feat considering what a gem of a little park they’ve given to our community.  This new park and view point is just a hop skip and a jump from the Burke Gilman on the west side of Fred Meyer. Take a few moments out of your day to check it out and you won’t be disappointed. On a bike? Then try out the new bike racks. Like the connection to water? Then set a spell on the boardwalk. Like birds? Then watch to see who nests in the brightly colored purple martin bird houses strung along the park. Coming by at night? The solar powered totem should guide your way.

Check out pics from the dedication and visit today!

 





Construction for Street improvements at 3rd Ave NW and NW 56th starting soon

14 06 2015
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Click on graphic for downloadable PDF

The project to build pedestrian improvements at 3rd Avenue NW, NW 56th Street and NW 55th Place as part of the Seattle Department of Transportation’s (SDOT) Neighborhood Street Fund and Safe Routes to Schools programs is planning to start construction as early as June 15. 

You can learn more about the project background and impacts by visiting the project webpage at www.seattle.gov/transportation/WestWoodland.htm.  

Don’t hesitate to contact Kate Cole with any questions or call 206-615-0925.

Neighborhood Street Fund Program
www.seattle.gov/transportation/btg_nsf_large.htm                                    

If you need this information translated, please call 206-684-7623.

Si usted necesita esta información traducida al español por favor llame al 206-684-7623.

 





Burke Gilman Missing Link EIS Open House on June 18

11 06 2015

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Resources:
Project Website
2003 Seattle City Council Resolution 30583
Seattle Bike Blog review of EIS scoping process

EIS Open House – Thursday June 18th, 6-8pm
Ballard High School Cafeteria
1418 NW 65th St
6:00pm-8:00pm
Presentation at 6:30pm

 





11th Ave NW Street End Park potluck this Thursday

8 06 2015

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The UW students in Professor Winterbottom’s Landscape Architecture Design/Build Class have been hard at work installing the new public shoreline park we gave you a sneak peek to back in March. They’re putting the final touches on the project right now and have invited the community to come celebrate at their dedication and potluck Thursday June 11, 3:30PM-5:00PM, which will be on site at the 11th Ave NW street end (just follow 11th Ave NW south across Leary and continue walking until you hit the water). It’s a beautiful hidden little spot and the perfect place to get a little connection to nature when taking a walk or ride along the Burke Gilman or stopping in to shop at the Fred Meyer.

If you want to get your hands dirty, (PLANTING HAS BEEN POSTPONED, WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED) they’ll be planting all day Tuesday June 9 from 8AM-5PM and would love to have the community drop in during the day to help. Note that the planting date is subject to plant delivery, so it might change to Wednesday. We’ll keep you posted!

Dedication Flyer





Join Sustainable Ballard and Abbey Arts for Ballard Rain Fest!

3 06 2015

pic courtesy of Sustainable Ballard

 

Join Sustainable Ballard and Abbey Arts  on June 13th at Ballard Homestead (6541 Jones Ave NW) for a celebration of WATER! Fun for the whole family!

OUTSIDE: FESTIVAL!  2-5 PM, Free
Family-friendly fun! Check out RainWise demos, along with water-themed games, art, and science activities! Meet RainWise contractors and learn how to get a RainWise rebate.

Bring your neighbors. Featuring food carts, ice cream, prizes, and more!

INSIDE: CONCERTS!
3-4:30 PM: Early show – Yaima (Pepper Proud]
All ages concert + Kids music workshop after the show
$5 early discount, $8 at the door, kids 12 & under free

7:30 PM: Evening show with Tomo Nakayama [Grand Hallway}, St Kilda [Joshua Morrison}, Levi Fuller
$8 advance, $10 door

For tickets: www.AbbeyArts.me, www.BallardHomestead.org

Festival presented by Sustainable Ballard with RainWise, a program of Seattle Public Utilities and King County.

Concerts presented by Abbey Arts and Ballard Homestead. Ballard Homestead is a new non-profit space for community, managed by Abbey Arts.





Seattle City Council District 6 candidates forum is June 6

30 05 2015

The Phinney Ridge Community Council and Phinney Neighborhood Association are hosting a candidates forum for the new Seattle City Council District 6 from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, June 6, at the PNA, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., in the Brick Building.

Incumbent Councilmember Mike O’Brien and challengers Catherine Weatbrook and Jon Lisbin will answer questions on zoning, land use, development, transportation, environment, civic engagement, public safety, etc.

District 6 covers Green Lake, Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Ballard and Fremont. Click here for a PDF map of District 6. Click here for information on all districts.








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