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Speak out Seattle demands action on police presence, encampments, and drug consumption sites

A group of neighbors in Seattle have come together in early January 2017 to voice our concerns regarding various public safety issues.  Please see the attached letters delivered yesterday to members of the City County and information regarding Speak Out Seattle (SOS). Join our coalition and see what you can do to help.   This is a city-wide effort.

The letters were sent to: 

  • Council Member Harrell on police presence
  • Council Member O'Brien on encampments
  • Council Member Bagshaw on drug consumption sites (also known as safe injection sites)

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

The Ballard District Council met December 15, 2016.  Members indicated they want to continue to work on behalf of Ballard and our member organizations.

District councils across the city feel the same way.  On November 20, 2016, The Ballard District Council hosted members of the District Councils from across the city and members of the City Neighborhood Council to discuss our combined interest in neighborhood-based advocacy.

Ballard District Council - January Meeting 1/11 7pm

The Ballard District Council meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm.

January 11th meeting will be at the Ballard Swedish Hospital - 5300 Tallman Ave NW - in one of the ground floor conference rooms. Watch for signs when you get there.

The agenda is:

PLEASE COME TO THE DISTRICT COUNCILS RETREAT AND PLANNING WORKSHOP NOVEMBER 20, 2016

This is a city-wide event.  We hope that you will consider attending, even if you have never set foot in a District Council meeting before.  We want to talk about what neighborhood-based involvement should be going forward.  Please see tab on right for details.

Feel free to complete this survey.

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HOW DO YOU DEFINE COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD?

Please take this survey created by the City Neighborhood Council (CNC) to help frame the discussion about realigning the 13 Neighborhood District Councils to the boundaries of the 7 City Council Districts, and other changes proposed by the City of Seattle.

The 13 Member Districts include:

Ballard | Central | Delridge Neighborhoods | Downtown | East | Greater Duwamish | Lake Union | Magnolia Queen Anne | North | Northeast | Northwest | Southeast | Southwest

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BDC NEIGHBORHOOD STREET FUND APPLICATIONS

Ballard Neighborhood Street Fund applications for 2016 include:

2016-04  Pedestrian side walk, curb, parking, concrete retaining along the West of 13th Avenue N.W. between Holman Road
and new intersection at 95th for the children, teenagers, adults and senior citizens to safely walk to the Crown Hill park,
overpass, buses and business.

2016-32  Pedestrian activated signal on Holman Road overpass at Dick’s.

2016-33  Shilshole Avenue Pedestrian Crossing

2016-35 75th Ave NW and 32nd

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