HPAC: Neighbors Building Community in Highland Park, Riverview, and South Delridge
Join us on June 26, 2019
All HPAC meetings are held at the Highland Park Improvement Club, 1116 SW Holden St. Seattle, WA 98106 on the 4th Wednesday of the month (from Jan – June & Sept – October) Doors open at 6:30 – Meeting from 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Welcome to our newly re-formed Action Committee! We are keeping our acronym, HPAC, but expanding our engagement to include South Delridge and Riverview, as well as Highland Park. To learn more about our mission and bylaws check out our About page and meet your executive committee. Over the next few months we will be rolling out a new logo, yard signs, and a community survey. We cannot wait for you to get involved!
7p Welcome & Micro-Policing Discussion
Southwest Precinct: CRIME & SAFETY FOCUS GROUPS For South Delridge, Highland Park, & Riverview
Seattle University is partnering with the Seattle Police Department to conduct qualitative research on community crime concerns. Qualitative concerns allow SU researchers to collaborate with SPD leadership to improve the city’s community policing initiatives. As a part of the process evaluation of the Seattle Police Department’s Micro-Community Policing Plans (MCPP), Seattle University is looking for community members to participate in an hour-long discussion regarding community perceptions of crime, safety, and police legitimacy, as well as knowledge of and satisfaction with the MCPP.
Information obtained from the focus group will help inform your neighborhood’s MCPP so please come share your concerns and suggestions! Please feel free to email me directly any questions that you have regarding the focus group.
Seattle University– Taylor Lowery, Graduate Research Analyst- Southwest Precinct
SEATTLE POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICERS WILL NOT BE PRESENT AT THESE FOCUS GROUPS
8p – Dan from SDOT’s Delridge Transit Outreach Team
The focus will be on the impact to 16th Ave SW due to Delridge Way SW Rapid H ride coming soon.
Discussion will be focused intersection improvement and bike lane improvements on 16th Ave SW between SW Kenyon and SW Webster streets.
Coming soon: New marked crosswalks across Delridge Way SW at SW Holden St and SW Findlay St
SAVE the DATE: Special Meeting Weds. Aug 28, 2019 with Jesús Aguirre, Superintendent of Seattle Parks and Recreation
A conversation about the future of Seattle Parks and Recreation with Superintendent Jesús Aguirre
In 2019, Seattle Parks will be developing a strategic plan and needs community and partner voices to help guide our priorities, programming, and services over the next decade. Seattle Parks approach is to listen to staff, get together with community and partners to discuss where they’ve been, and where they are going; reflect on their challenges, success, who they are serving, and who they are missing. To learn more see Seattle Parks 2019 Strategic Plan Proposal
- As we look forward to the next decade, we want to know…
- How are Seattle parks, centers, and pools serving you, your family, and your neighbors?
- What park amenities really excite you?
- What park events and community center programs interest you?
- Seattle’s got a lot on its plate (population growth, construction, rising prices, homelessness, new jobs and opportunities). How can Seattle Parks & Recreation help?