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Track Coyotes (and other carnivores) In Your Neighborhood

Per this article in The Seattle Times, the Woodland Park Zoo has created a website called Carnivore Spotter where members of the public can contribute sightings around their neighborhood of coyotes, foxes, etc. Last week I stepped out of my … Continue reading

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Road Work Around Park Sept 3rd-5th

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) will be making storm drainage improvements near 1747 NE 106th Street (basically the north tip of Victory Heights Park, right in front of the co-op preschool building). Drainage improvement include one drainage structure. Work is scheduled … Continue reading

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Victory Heights Meets Its History

At the June meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council, Vicki Stiles from the Shoreline Historical Museum gave a presentation about the history of Victory Heights. Read the complete minutes of the June meeting. Her slideshow included 19th Century survey … Continue reading

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Emergency HUB Drill June 1st

At this month’s meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council, we previewed how our Emergency Communications HUB drill will be performed on Saturday, June 1st during a city-wide drill. Read the complete minutes of the May community council meeting. Beginning … Continue reading

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Easter Egg Hunt April 21st

There will be an Easter Egg hunt held in Victory Heights Park at 1 PM on Sunday, April 21st, sponsored by the co-op preschool. Read the complete minutes of the Victory Heights Community Council Meeting. Speakers at the April meeting … Continue reading

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Use Those Democracy Vouchers You Now Have

At last night’s meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council, we heard from Annie Tran, from the city’s Ethics & Elections Commission, about the Democracy Voucher program. Read the complete minutes of the March meeting. First used in the 2017 … Continue reading

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Snow Melted, Garbage Service Resumes, How Did You Do?

How well did you survive the “snowpocalypse” this month? Did you have enough food? Drinking water? Batteries for flashlights when the electricity went out? This was a good “dress rehearsal” for your emergency preparedness in case of a serious event … Continue reading

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Puppies Visit Community Council

Last night’s meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council was joined by two representatives of the Puppy Power 4-H Project who provide service animals to people in need. Read the full minutes of the January meeting We got to meet … Continue reading

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Roosevelt Reservoir “Saved” For Earthquake Emergencies

At this month’s meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council, we heard from Bill Heubach from Seattle Public Utilities about the future of the Roosevelt reservoir and its connection with earthquake planning. Read the complete minutes of the December meeting. … Continue reading

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Parking Changes at Northgate Park and Ride

Northgate Transit Center Park-and-Ride Changes coming November 19th. Sound Transit’s new Northgate Station Garage will open and three Northgate park-and-ride areas will be closed on Monday, Nov. 19. The four-floor garage, located at the future Northgate light rail station, will … Continue reading

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