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
HPAC: Neighbors Building Community in
Highland Park, Riverview, and South Delridge
Welcome to our newly re-formed Action Coalition! 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 & Introductions
7:10 – Announcements
7:15 – with Sam Zimbabwe, Director of Seattle Department of Transportation to talk about an intersection control solution at Highland Park Way SW / SW Holden St. as well as other plans for the area.
8:15 – Seattle Parks and Recreation update on the Westcrest Off-Leash Area construction project: SPR will present the construction project and temporary off-leash plan
8:30p – Close
Share Your Feedback on the Development of Pre-approved Plans for Accessory Dwelling Units: To simplify and streamline permitting, the City is working with architects, designers, and builders to develop pre-approved DADU construction plans that offer a faster, easier, and more predictable design and permitting process. (more)
Safe Routes to School Funding: Fall Mini Grants Application Now Open: Apply by October 31 for up to $1,000 to fund projects that educate students about walking and biking to school. (more)
Take the District 1 Community Network Survey: The District 1 Community Network is a loosely structured organization comprised of community councils, neighborhood groups, and residents within Seattle City Council District 1. They are developing a work plan for 2020 and would like your input. (more)
Seattle University is administering the 5th annual citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey. The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback on public safety and security concerns from those who live and/or work in Seattle. A report on the survey results will be provided to the Seattle Police Department to assist them with making your neighborhood safer and more secure. The survey is accessible at publicsafetysurvey.org from October 15th through November 30th and is available in Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya and Vietnamese.
Please circulate this email to your friends, family, co-workers and community members and feel free to post the information on your social media. Attached is a flyer advertising the survey, which we encourage you to also share, print, and post at your work, religious institution, community center, apartment, or other communal location. If you would like the flyer in one of the other languages that we provide the survey in, please let us know.