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North City Neighborhood Association Meeting

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When
Tuesday, May 5,
Where
North City Water District
1519 NE 177th Street
Shoreline, WA 98155

Topic: 70 Years of “Sourdough Days” — The History of North City

Vicki Stiles, director of the Shoreline Historical Museum, will be giving a presentation on the history of North City:

  • How did North City get it’s name?
  • What were the “Sourdough Days?”
  • How does the past inform the present?

Please join us!



Welcome to Our New Website

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After taking a bit of a vacation, our web site is back!

Look here for announcements of upcoming North City Neighborhood Association events and meetings as well as other neighborhood news and announcements.

Feel free to leave comments or suggestions about the site.


What’s Happening with Crime in North City

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When
Tuesday, February 3,
Where
North City Water District
1519 NE 177th Street
Shoreline, WA 98155

Keep the date open for the February meeting of the North City Neighborhood Association.

Shoreline police officer Steve Perry will be speaking about crime prevention and traffic safety in North City.

  • Local crime trends
  • How burglars target and enter homes
  • Strategies to defend yourself against crime
  • How to organize a Shoreline Watch group on your block

Please come, meet your neighbors, and learn what we can do to keep ourselves safe.


North City Neighborhood Association Meeting

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When
Tuesday, November 4,
Where
Anderson House, Activity Room
17201 15th Ave NE
Shoreline, WA 98155

Note

Due to flooding at the North City Water District offices, this meeting has been moved down the street to the activity room at Anderson House.

Find out what’s happening before the bulldozer shows up!

Mark your calendar for the next North City Neighborhood Meeting!

Light rail is coming to North City, and the city is going to be making considerable zoning changes as part of the 185th Street Station Subarea Plan. The current “preferred alternative” under consideration would assign a MUR-85 designation — allowing the construction of seven story buildings — to significant portions of North City. The Planning Commission and City Council will be voting on the plan within the next few months, so the time to provide input is now.

At the November meeting, Miranda Redinger, Senior Planner for the City of Shoreline, will be giving a presentation to get us “caught up” on the zoning changes under consideration.

  • What changes to expect
  • Property value impact
  • Building heights
  • Parking
  • Zoning definitions

There will also be a discussion on what opportunities there are to influence the decisions being made.

Please come!

If your have questions, please call (206) 801-2253, or leave a comment below.


September Meeting Wrap-Up

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The Association is Alive!

Wow! We had a fantastic meeting Tuesday night (September 23) with about 45 people showing up. At the meeting a number of topics of interest were identified for future discussion/speakers/followup. These topics included:

  • learning more about 185th Station Area Planning/Zoning,
  • connecting with Police on crime prevention
  • community emergency preparedness
  • community building activities/events
  • traffic/speeding,
  • economic development
  • supporting a sense of place/personality in North City

Best of all, a number of people volunteered to form a North City Leadership Group to follow up on ideas, advocate for the neighborhood and capitalize on the momentum started on Tuesday to get a Neighborhood Association re-established. They plan to meet on Tuesday, October 14 at 7 pm at Anderson House, 17201 15th Ave NE. If you would like to join the leadership group or just hear the discussion, join them!

Thank you to all who came. Mark your calendar for the next North City Neighborhood Meeting!