All HPAC meetings are held at the Highland Park Improvement Club, 1116 SW Holden, Seattle, WA 98106 on the 4th Wednesday of the month (except Aug & Nov/Dec)
Doors open at 6:30 – Meeting from 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Welcome from HPAC Chair – Gunner Scott
Highland Park Improvement Club updates
1) Micro-Community Policing Plan Focus Group with Jennifer Burbridge, Seattle University Graduate Research Analyst for Seattle Police Department- SW Precinct
What is a Micro-Community Policing Plan Focus Group?
For neighborhoods in Southwest Precinct area about 1) knowledge of the micro-community policing plan project, 2) interactions with the Seattle Police Department, 3) crime and safety concerns and 4) suggested improvements for each of your unique neighborhoods!
Seattle University is partnering with the Seattle Police Department, conducting qualitative research on community crime concerns so that SU researchers can collaborate with SPD leadership in improving the city’s community policing initiative. Outreach to diverse communities in Seattle is a key part of this initiative and is essential for understanding how to address unique crime concerns throughout the city.
2) Developing our own Neighborhood Design Guidelines for Highland Park!
The Seattle Design Guidelines are the cornerstone of the City’s Design Review Program and the primary tool used by the Design Review Boards for evaluating proposed new development.
What are Neighborhood Specific Design Guidelines?
Design Review uses both the Citywide Guidelines and guidelines that are specific to individual neighborhoods. Once adopted by the City Council, neighborhood-specific design guidelines augment the Citywide Guidelines. Together they are the basis for project review within the neighborhood. Currently, neighborhoods such as Morgan Junction, Greenwood, Ballard, Uptown, Downtown, and Wallingford have neighborhood specific design guidelines.
If you are interested in joining this subcommittee, attend the July meeting and/or email email@example.com to join this newly forming subcommittee.
Highland Park Waste Management Think Green Challenge. We could win 15,000 dollars for neighborhood projects and improvements!
Have you reduced waste? Tell us how you did that! Send us photos, videos, or blog posts about what you do to reduce/reuse/recycle. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your projects or Tweet at us @HPACWS or on our Facebook page your techniques for reducing waste add the hashtag #HPACRecycle
– Delridge Community Council Update
– No meeting in August. We will be back in September
– Got Agenda Items? For September!
– community announcements and closing
Email email@example.com for more information.