Monthly Archives: August 2020

What is a HUB?

You’ve probably heard us talking about Emergency Communications HUBs, including the one here in Victory Heights, in the park. Contrary to how it may seem, these are not run by the city but by volunteers just like you and me. … Continue reading

Posted in Community | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Help Choose Our Victory Heights Artists

Seattle artists will soon be painting the utility boxes throughout Victory Heights. If you would like to help select which artists we bring to the neighborhood, visit this link and send in your scores by midnight, Saturday August 22nd. If … Continue reading

Posted in Community, News, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Visit The Seattle Skeleton House on 20th Avenue NE

Since March 20th, Victory Heights’ residents Mariana and Eric Braun have put on displays in their front yard featuring a couple of skeletons. Located at 10303 20th Avenue NE, every 3 or 4 days they have changed the theme, including … Continue reading

Posted in Community | Tagged | 2 Comments

After Disaster Communications Class Sept 1st

Communicating with Loved Ones After a Disaster class will be done virtually on Tuesday, September 1st at 7 PM. Topics: Landlines – will they work after an earthquake Texting strategies VERY simple radio communications – GMRS Heavy on useful information … Continue reading

Posted in Community, Events | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Victory Heights Public Art Opportunity

Ben Cober is behind the effort to hire artists paint the dozen or so gray utility boxes that dot the neighborhood (and are frequent targets of graffiti). He is collaborating with the Victory Heights Community Council, Seattle Department of Transportation, … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , | 1 Comment