Tag Archives: Seattle Public Utilities

SPU Installing New Water Line On NE 103rd Street

If you’ve been wondering what all the construction activity has been around the 1700 block of NE 103rd Street, it’s Seattle Public Utilities installing a new 2″ water line at the west end of the street just above Thornton Creek.

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Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting January 24th

The Thornton Creek Alliance‘s monthly meeting will be Thursday, January 24th with the theme “How’s The Water Quality In Thornton Creek?” Featured guest speakers will be Jonathan Frodge, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) Stormwater Scientist, and Sherell Ehlers, SPU Stormwater Policy … Continue reading

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Trash Pickup In Victory Heights On Friday This Week

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) reminds residents who usually have their trash picked up on Thursday (like most of Victory Heights) that due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, the pickup will be on Friday this week. Recycling and disposal stations will … Continue reading

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Knickerbocker Restoration Would be "First In The Nation"

The Knickerbocker Floodplain Project on Thornton Creek will include innovative subsurface restoration techniques that would be the first of its kind in the nation and part of a studied, living laboratory, according to Mike Hrachovec of Seattle Public Utilities (SPU).  … Continue reading

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Knickerbocker Floodplain Project Meeting November 15

The next in a series of community meetings (read about the first here) about the Knickerbocker (Thornton Creek) Floodplain Project will be held Thursday, November 15th at Sacajawea Elementary School beginning at 6:30 PM. Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and Seattle … Continue reading

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Help Prevent Street Flooding

With the return of rains at the exact same time the leaves are falling, we need to keep storm drains clear to prevent flooding in the streets (the bottom of NE 100th St is particularly vulnerable). If you see leaves … Continue reading

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SPU Announces Knickerbocker Project Q&A

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) announced in a letter sent to residents that they will be holding an informal Question & Answer session on the Knickerbocker Floodplain Project on Tuesday, July 17th from 6:30 – 7:30 PM at the project site … Continue reading

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Sound Transit: Northgate Wetlands Mitigation Would Be Spent on Knickerbocker Project

Thursday night’s meeting of the Thornton Creek Alliance featured employees of Sound Transit who spoke at length about the impact of Link light rail construction on Thornton Creek. As part of the mitigation for impacting the wetlands at Northgate, Sound … Continue reading

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Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting June 28th

The Thornton Creek Alliance is having their next meeting on Thursday, June 28th from 7 PM to 9 PM at the Meadowbrook Community Center, 10517 35th Ave NE. PROGRAM: Please join us for a panel discussion of the changes and … Continue reading

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Knickerbocker Floodplain Construction Friday

Residents around the Knickerbocker site of Thornton Creek (the intersection of 20th Ave NE and NE 100th Street) received a notice late today from Seattle Public Utilities, There will a construction crew working at the Knickerbocker site tomorrow, June 22, … Continue reading

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