January 26, 2022/ HPAC Meeting Agenda

Happy New Year – hope everyone is staying safe and warm! Welcome all to 2022, with just 6 months to go (fingers crossed) of hosting the West Seattle Bridge detour traffic, it feels like things may be looking up!

Scene at the HPIC Not So Silent Night Parade Dec. 31, 2021

We just need to get through the landslides, volcanoes and Omicron wave. HP Stronger Together we can do it!

Highland Park Way Hillside on the move in 2022 and in 2017.

Our first HPAC meeting for the year will include guests from SPD to talk about crime trends, and from SDOT to explain their concept, “Flip Your Trip”. Since we are lucky to live at the south end of the West Seattle peninsula we have less commute time invested than some of our northerly neighbors. None-the-less, SDOT expects traffic volumes to only pick up from here with T-5 now open to larger cargo ships and more folks heading back to in person work. So anyone who can take advantage of transit, bike or carpooling is being offered $25 in free transit tickets to do so.

We plan to also have some open time to chat with fellow attendees about ongoing general concerns or issues in our area, as well as meet and greet. BYO supper or snack to a virtual potluck!

HPAC is an all volunteer community effort, if you have an interest in being more involved in the community eBoard or committee positions are open and volunteers welcome.

Zoom link to meeting:

HPAC Monthly Meeting Time: Jan 26, 2022 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)


Meeting ID: 829 6716 0309

Passcode: 831482

One tap mobile: +12532158782,,82967160309# US (Tacoma)

Dial by your location: +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

Meeting ID: 829 6716 0309

Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kzv4qKt3L

Highlights from our In-box:

Learn about Redlining in Seattle at this powerful site created by the UW, Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project and research your area. Tools include maps through the decades, video, and the history of Racial Restrictive Covenants:


For those Interested in details on our built/building environment check out these maps of Building Permits, Rental Housing, and Property & Building Complaints:


Vote in the King Conservation District board election here:


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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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