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June 2019 Community Events

Social Events:

Community Engagement Events:

  • Saturday, June 8th @ 10AM, Friends of Licton Springs Park Clean Up, Licton Springs Park
    Join FRIENDS OF LICTON SPRINGS for our monthly work party.

  • Thursday, June 13th @ 7PM, ALUV Monthly Meeting, Epic Life Church 10510 Stone Ave N
    ALUV stands for Aurora Licton Urban Village and seeks to build a pedestrian-safe, visually vibrant, economically sound, livable, and welcoming urban village using sustainable-growth principles.

  • Wednesday, June 19th @ 6:30PM-8PM, Licton Springs Community Council Monthly Meeting, Licton Springs Park by the Playground, 9536 Ashworth Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
    Licton Springs Community Council Meetings are open to the public and represent the interests of the residents and the owners of commercial and professional businesses in the Licton Springs Neighborhood of the City of Seattle, Washington, to improve community welfare and happiness, and to promote a quality of life consonant with an urban, residential community

  • Saturday, June 22nd @ 9AM, Pilling’s Pond Work Party
    Join your neighbors for a work party at the duck pond (Pilling's Pond) located at the 1700 block of 90th. Come pull a few weeds, move some bamboo, let's continue to love our returning ducks.

  • Thursday, June 27th @ 6:30PM-8PM, D5 Seattle City Council Candidate Forum, North Seattle College CC1161
    Who are your City Council candidates, and what are their ideas? Candidates running for the District 5 City Council seat will be present at a public forum June 27, 6:30-8 p.m., at North Seattle College, Room CC1161. You are invited to attend and also to submit a question in advance! If you have a question for the candidates, please enter it at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GQWMRPB by June 17. We’ll choose questions from those submitted and give them to the candidates at the forum. This forum is sponsored by the D5 Community Network, Licton Springs Community Council, and ReVisioning Northgate. D5 Seattle City Council Candidate Forum!

  • Saturday, June 29th @ 9AM, Trees for Seattle: Care for a Neighborhood Greenspace in Licton Springs!, 85th & Meridian
    Spend your Saturday with friends and neighbors to continue caring for a neighborhood greenspace with lots of potential! Volunteers have already removed lots of aggressive, invasive blackberry that threaten beautiful neighborhood trees - and we will continue to remove harmful weeds and spread mulch to prepare the site to plant new, beautiful native trees. RSVP here

To stay up to date on other activities coming up, check out LoveLicton's calendar.

Hope to see you at an upcoming event! Did we miss something? Let us know in the comments below or by emailing us at [email protected]

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Your Voice, Your Choice Project Prioritization Ends 5/31

Your Voice, Your Choice Prioritization

Want to help Seattle prioritize how to spend $2 million of the city’s budget on park and street improvements? Community project prioritization is now open for Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets. Anyone can participate in Project Development if they live, work, go to school, receive services, volunteer, or have a connection to the City of Seattle.

If you would like to attend a prioritization meeting in person, there are two upcoming events for District 5.

Monday, May 6th, 5:30PM-7:30PM at Lake City Library
Thursday, May 30th, 5:30PM-7:30PM at Broadview Branch Library

Alternatively, you can vote for projects online until May 31st.

In District 5, check out these Licton Springs Projects:

  • Meridian Home Zone: Speed Humps proposes an installation of speed humps to control speed and traffic volume on Corliss Ave N and Meridian Ave N between N 85th and N 92nd St.
  • Pedestrian Improvements: 88th & Wallingford proposes adding a stop sign and 4-way crosswalk at 88th and Wallingford Ave N to help benefit residents of the area and children who attend the local schools.

Your Voice, Your Choice Projects 2019

After project prioritization, community voting on the selected projects will begin in September 2019.

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May 2019 Community Events

Social Events:

Community Engagement Events:

  • Saturday, May 4th, @ 10AM-2PM, Nesbit Community Cleanup, 88th & Nesbit
    This Neighbor Day, come out with friends and family to show a little love to Nesbit! Pick up litter, remove graffiti, pull weeds, paint, and more! Food, music, and fun provided- wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty! Nesbit Community Cleanup
  • Tuesday, May 7th, @ 6PM-7PM, Mineral Springs Park Community Meeting, Mineral Springs Park
    Discuss Mineral Springs Park events, work parties, and community engagement.
  • Thursday, May 9th @ 7PM, ALUV Monthly Meeting, Epic Life Church 10510 Stone Ave N
    ALUV stands for Aurora Licton Urban Village and seeks to build a pedestrian-safe, visually vibrant, economically sound, livable, and welcoming urban village using sustainable-growth principles.
  • Thursday, May 9th @ 8PM, District 5 Candidate Forum Seattle City Council, Haller Lake Community Club
    SOS is holding a forum for Seattle District Council Position 5 candidates to answer questions relating to public safety, homelessness and addiction/mental illness issues facing Seattle as well as other top issues facing the city and District 5.
  • Saturday, May 11th @ 10AM, Friends of Licton Springs Park Clean Up, Licton Springs Park
    Join FRIENDS OF LICTON SPRINGS for our monthly work party.
  • Wednesday, May 15th @ 6:30PM-8PM, Licton Springs Community Council Monthly Meeting, OakTree Ihop, 10002 Aurora Ave N
    Licton Springs Community Council Meetings are open to the public and represent the interests of the residents and the owners of commercial and professional businesses in the Licton Springs Neighborhood of the City of Seattle, Washington, to improve community welfare and happiness, and to promote a quality of life consonant with an urban, residential community

To stay up to date on other activities coming up, check out LoveLicton's calendar.

Hope to see you at an upcoming event! Did we miss something? Let us know in the comments below or by emailing us at [email protected]

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Community Input Wanted: Vote for Neighborhood Street Fund Projects

Vote for Neighborhood Street Fund Projects

It's time to vote for the Neighborhood Street Fund projects your community needs most! Voting will be open now through May 5, 2019. Your vote will determine which projects in your district move forward for final selection by the move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee.

Please consider supporting improvements to help make Licton Springs more connected to Green Lake:

  • Wallingford Ave N crosswalk (#2019-114). This project is listed as part of District 6 but would benefit both District 5 and District 6.

Vote for Licton Springs

There are three ways to vote:

Voting is open to anyone age 11 and up who lives, works, goes to school, worships, receives services, volunteers, or is part of a program in the City of Seattle. Each Voter may cast one ballot per City Council district and may choose up to five (5) projects per district. If you mark more than 5 projects, your vote will not be counted.

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April Community Happenings

LoveLicton Sponsored Events:

Open Source Hackathon meetups provide an opportunity to work with others on Open Source Projects. There will be a variety of projects to work on, including some that do not require programming knowledge at all. All contributions, from code to graphic design and documentation are welcome. If you've always wanted to get involved in Open Source or work on projects with other developers in the community, this is a great way to start!

Social Events:

Community Engagement Events:

  • Tuesday, April 2nd, @ 5:45PM-6:45PM, April Mineral Springs Park Community Meeting, Meridian Center for Health
    Discuss Mineral Springs Park events, work parties, and community engagement.
  • Wednesday, April 3rd, @ 7PM-8:30PM, SPD North Precinct Advisory Council, Cascadia Elementary School’s library, 1700 N 90th St.
    Questions and informal networking with law enforcement and community members follows the agenda for about 15 minutes. NPAC meetings are open to the public and people concerned about public safety are encouraged to attend.
  • Monday, April 8th @ 7PM, Neighbors of Nesbit: SNG Community Meeting, Epic Life Church
    Interested in public safety and community building in your neighborhood? Join SNG and neighbors in planning BBQ's, block parties, clean-ups and more! Refreshments provided, children are welcome! To learn more, contact Jordan Haselnus, [email protected]
  • Thursday, April 11th @ 7PM, ALUV Monthly Meeting, Epic Life Church 10510 Stone Ave N
    ALUV stands for Aurora Licton Urban Village and seeks to build a pedestrian-safe, visually vibrant, economically sound, livable, and welcoming urban village using sustainable-growth principles.
  • Saturday, April 13th @ 10AM, Friends of Licton Springs Park Clean Up,
    Licton Springs Park Join FRIENDS OF LICTON SPRINGS for our monthly work party.
  • Wednesday, April 17th @ 6:00PM-7:45PM, Licton Springs Community Council Monthly Meeting, Northgate Community Center 10510 5th Ave NE
    Licton Springs Community Council Meetings are open to the public and represent the interests of the residents and the owners of commercial and professional businesses in the Licton Springs Neighborhood of the City of Seattle, Washington, to improve community welfare and happiness, and to promote a quality of life consonant with an urban, residential community
  • Saturday, April 27th @ 12:00PM-1:00PM, Dedication “Aurora Bright Dawn”, Oak Tree Village
    Join ALUV and artist Vicki Scuri for the dedication of the art installation on the N 102nd pedestrian bridge. Through SDOT’s Neighborhood Street Fund Grant program, ALUV members were able secure funds and select an artist to bring color to Aurora Ave.

To stay up to date on other activities coming up, check out LoveLicton's calendar.

Hope to see you at an upcoming event! Did we miss something? Let us know in the comments below or by emailing us at [email protected]

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