Save the Date for our Next Meeting:

On the agenda, Public Art and Public Safety!

Flyers by David Boyer at Westcrest Park
SPD Mounted Patrol at Morgan Junction Community Festival in 2017, photo credit: West Seattle Blog

March 24, 7-8:30pm HPAC monthly meeting via Zoom.


  • Guest Kristen Ramirez from the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs will talk about public art being planned in conjunction with the Highland/Holden intersection improvements.
  • Guest District 1 Council Representative Lisa Herbold will discuss City Council thinking on Public Safety budgeting and alternative programs being developed to support police work in the community.

Zoom Meeting Info

Meeting ID: 876 7063 7307

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At large Announcements:

  • Help keep our elders safe – we are working with the West Seattle City Vaccine site to get folks access to vaccinations – particularly those without internet or search skills that may need a phone call or a personal outreach – contact Nickie at if you know anyone in the neighborhood over 65 that needs a shot.
  • Consider signing this petition in support of the Duwamish Tribal ongoing recognition efforts:

  • The March 8 meeting with SDOT on the Highland Park/Riverview/South Delridge Home Zone Plan was a great success. Thanks to all who turned out for that, and for all your help planning and making needed suggestions to keep our neighborhood safe during the bridge detours. The good news is that SDOT is now targeting June of 2022 for completion of the High Bridge repair! The eBoard will be joining other West Seattle groups in sending a letter of support to federal government funders as the City seeks to raise the needed monies for the work.
  • Information on the Compost Giveaway is found in your HPAC/HPIC Newsletters.

Published by HPAC

Neighbors Building Community: Advocating for Highland Park, Riverview and South Delridge. An all volunteer group made up of neighbors, local business, and community organizations advocating for neighborhood infrastructure, community resources, and livability.

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