April HPAC Meeting, Wed. Apr. 26, 7-8pm via Zoom

New growth is popping up everywhere in the neighborhood this spring, from flowers braving the chill,

to our new stop signals for pedestrians at 12th Ave SW and SW Holden, and updated planning for the new West Duwamish Wet Weather Storage Facility near the intersection of SW Michigan Street and 2nd Avenue SW. Representatives from the Storage Facility project will be guests at our monthly HPAC meeting on Wednesday to update us on the design work and engagement of public artists for the project.

This month the HPAC eBoard is also interested in getting your feedback on issues you feel are important to the area that we can bring up with the folks running for the D1 City Council seat being vacated by Councilwoman Herbold. A district wide candidates’ forum is in the works and HPAC plans to be part of the event. If you have concerns and can’t make it to the meeting, feel free to email us here so we can amplify your voices.

See you on Zoom or around the neighborhood:


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Meeting ID: 841 2416 0763

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Other happenings of interest we know of:

Car theft is still way up in West Seattle this year. If you missed the West Seattle free giveaway of steering wheel locks for your Kia and Hyundai vehicles, SPD has a few more giveaways coming up in the near future in nearby neighborhoods.

The EPA just announced their preferred plan for one of the stages of the East Duwamish Waterway Cleanup – here’s a link to their briefing on this superfund site, with more information on how to comment.

HPIC has updates on the next popup Corner Bar event. They are thrilled to be back at the West Seattle Golf Course venue in May. This is a great place – if you could not make it to their first event there be sure to check this out. Live music, friends, dancing and snacks plus exciting updates on the rebuilding project!!

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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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