Volunteer to beautify and care for a traffic circle in Victory Heights (including the ones on NE 113th Street) this summer and we’ll support your efforts!
Make a plan, tell us what plants you need (annual or perennial), what else would help (topsoil, fertilizer, mulch, etc.), and we’ll fund it. All you provide is the vision and the labor. Go it alone or coordinate with neighbors. Remember to keep it watered! At the end of the summer the community will vote on the traffic circle they appreciate most.
Contact Ann @ VictoryHeights.Seattle@gmail.com for more information or to claim your traffic circle! Happy Beautifying!
On Saturday March 25th, the Victory Heights Community Council will have post cards (technically door hangers) distributed to all the houses in the neighborhood by volunteer high school students.
Read the entire minutes from this month’s Community Council meeting.
The post cards will inform residents of the activities of the community council, upcoming events (like the Book Fair on April 22nd, May Day celebration on April 30th, and of course the ice cream social in August), as well as resources and how to contact them.
The community council is also looking for volunteers willing to beautify the various traffic circles in the neighborhood. We can use those volunteer hours for a matching grant in order to get the city to install two “Welcome To Victory Heights” signs. Write to VictoryHeights.Seattle@gmail.com to learn more.
The next meeting is Tuesday, April 18th when we will hear from the Northgate Transit Oriented Development organization.