The Red Zone, a concentrated neighborhood of over-the-top Halloween decorations, is located on North Capitol Hill, near St. Joseph Church. Bordered by 16th Ave East, Highland, 18th Ave East and Mercer, the action begins around 5 for the kiddies and continues until candy runs out.
Many of the 9 blocks have closed their streets to car traffic for the safety of trick or treaters.
From former Mayor Tim Burgess and Lauren Hipp of Mom’s Rising for Families Yes
Our city can close the academic opportunity gap negatively impacting many of our children. Doing so would help fulfill our belief that every child can learn and reach their full potential, regardless of their neighborhood, income, home languages, or color of their skin.
This harmful, long-present academic opportunity gap is crystal clear at the beginning of kindergarten when, through no fault of their own, more than half of our city’s children show up already behind. It’s clear when children in the third grade can’t read at grade level, a critical predictor of student success over the long-term. It’s clear when middle and high school kids lose interest, drop out, aren’t able to graduate.
Seattle voters have the chance in November’s election to take a bold step toward closing the academic opportunity gap by approving Proposition 1, the city government’s Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise Levy.
Here’s how. Continue reading
From the Seattle Information Technology Department
The City of Seattle will hold a series of five public meetings and ask for public comment regarding an initial six of the 29 technologies that meet the City’s definition of a surveillance, as defined in the City’s Surveillance Ordinance (ORD # 125376), which went into effect on September 1, 2017. The meetings will feature a short presentation on the technologies and then attendees will break down into small group discussions. As required under the legislation, the public comment period for these technologies opened on Monday, October 8 and will run through Monday, November 5. The schedule and location of these public meetings is listed below. The West Seattle location, which is highlighted, has been moved to the American Legion Post 160 of West Seattle (West Seattle Legion Hall) on Alaska Street.
(Image: Alex Garland Photography)
From Lid I-5
The 2018 Central Hills Triangle Collaborative (CHTC) wrapped up last week with over 250 people attending the final presentations. We saw bold concepts from the stalwart design teams and heard inspiring words from local luminaries. Thanks for joining us and making the event a blast!
Couldn’t make it in person? Check out the latest news coverage on Q13, Crosscut, KOMO, or KING!
Draft renderings of design concepts for lidding I-5 (Images: Studio 216)
You can also view the team presentations on the updated CHTC webpage. The complete set of conceptual renderings will be released later this year with the goal of sparking further conversation and more ideas. Continue reading
From Capitol Hill Housing
The strength of our community lies in our support of each other. When you attendOmnivorous, you are showing up for our neighbors for whom an affordable home means a safe place to grow and flourish. Come together with us to celebrate this precious resource – you.
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The tasting event of the year starts at 5:30pm on October 11th at Washington Hall
. We still have a few tickets left! Reserve your spot now for $85 today.
Featuring Capitol Hill and Central District staples:
, Aluel Cellars
, Cafe Pettirosso
, Caffe Vita
, DRY Soda
, Feed Co
, Harry’s Fine Foods
, Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery
, Jemil’s Big Easy
, Oddfellows Cafe + Bar
, OOLA Distillery
, Optimism Brewing
, Plenty of Clouds
, Plum Bistro
, Revolver Bar
, Sun Liquor
, Terra Plata
, The Tin Table
, and Via Tribunali
Every guest is encouraged to give generously at Omnivorous. All gifts will support Capitol Hill Housing’s work providing our most vulnerable neighbors with housing and supportive services.
After 25 years, and over 100 menus…how did we miss stopping at Thailand?!
Thai food is known for being as beautiful as it is delicious, well known for its spiciness, and intricate balance of sour, sweet, salty, bitter! Full of fresh herbs, we’re delighted to invite you to our Chef’s Preview of Menu #108…Thailand!
October 12th, 13th, and 14th from 8am – 10pm join us for Brunch or Dinner and get a sneak peak of our Thailand Menu!
Full Thailand Menu launches Thursday November 15th!
From the Seattle Department of Transportation
Would you or someone you know like to influence issues such as commuter access to frequent transit; transit access for low income residents; Seattle transit investments; and future RapidRide lines? You can, as a member of the Transit Advisory Board.
Would you like input on transit strategies during the so-called period of maximum constraint? Do you want to have a say in the future of Seattle’s mass transit, bringing your experiences or representing others? Join the Transit Advisory Board. One monthly meeting gets you up close and involved. Continue reading
From the City of Seattle Human Services Department
The City of Seattle’s Human Services Department (HSD) released the results of its homelessness funding for the first six months of 2018. These results represent activity from January 1 through June 30, 2018 and show agencies receiving city funds served 18,356 households and helped 4,459 households exit to permanent housing(2,644) or maintain their housing (1,815). The 2,644 households exiting to permanent housing represent an increase of 35% (692 households) over the same time in 2017. In all of 2017, city funds helped 5,456 households exit to permanent housing or maintain their housing, which the city is on track to surpass.
“HSD began 2018 with clear goals – invest in programs that work and help more people connect to housing from all points in the homeless services system,” said HSD Interim Director Jason Johnson. “Quarterly data helps us understand if the City’s investments are supporting people effectively and identify how we can improve. We’re encouraged by the increases in placing people in housing and grateful for the hard work human service providers have demonstrated in helping vulnerable people.”
- Carmen Berger
- Rebecca Patton
From Arboretum Dermatology
Arboretum Dermatology is a new medical and cosmetic dermatology clinic for children and adults. The clinic provides treatments for acne, skin cancer, and other skin disorders, as well as cosmetic treatments. Next day spots are available. Located in the Arboretum Court building at the intersection of East Madison Street and Lake Washington Boulevard, the facility offers well-appointed patient areas and treatment rooms, up-to-date medical devices and Wi-Fi accessibility.
The owner, Dr. Carmen Berger, a board-certified dermatologist, and Rebecca Patton, a Certified Physician Assistant, are specialized dermatology providers, bringing over 30 years of combined clinical dermatology experience in the Seattle area.
Carmen Berger, MD is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology and a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. She completed her training at University of Washington and has been named to the Seattle’s Top Doctor list multiple of times.
Rebecca Patton is a Certified Physician Assistant who studied at Pacific University of Portland. She is a member of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, American Academy of Physician Assistants, and other professional associations.
Consultations are available for evaluation and treatment recommendations.
3131 East Madison Street, Suite 205
Seattle, Washington 98112
On Thanksgiving morning, the Montlake Community Club’s 5K Turkey Trot & Kids Run in the beautiful Washington Park Arboretum is back for a third year. Before Thanksgiving dinner, get outside with your neighbors and have fun while doing good. Net proceeds benefit the University District Food Bank. Bring your friends, visiting family, strollers, and kids. Sign up by November 4th for early bird pricing.