Our Neighborhood

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Our annual meeting and board election is on May 8. Nominate a board member today!

Hello neighbors! We meet at Lake Washington United Methodist Church on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (except July). Stay tuned for more details...

Upcoming events:

  • Saturday, May 12: Solid Waste Transfer Station Tour

    Meet at Kirkland City Hall at 9am.

    Sign-up for the tour here!

    Join us on a tour the new modern solid waste transfer station in North Seattle (Wallingford/Fremont).

    We will meet at Kirkland City Hall at 9am, and expect to return by noon. Carpools will be arranged on-site.

    The existing solid waste transfer station in Bridle Trails will likely be replaced in a few years with a facility like the one in North Seattle, but the site of the replacement transfer station is not yet known. If we can have a transfer station that is as innovative as the one in Seattle, would we want to have it built on the existing transfer station site?

    Learn a bit about the North Seattle Solid Waste Transfer Station: http://www.seattle.gov/util/MyServices/Garbage/DumpTransferStation/NorthStation/StationFeatures/index.htm

  • Monday, May 21: Neighborhood Forum on day center and the upcoming 24-hour shelter for women and families

    7pm at Salt House, 11920 NE 80th Street

    You are invited to share feedback about the operations and impact of the New Bethlehem Day Center on our neighborhood, and meet their team. This semi-annual forum provides an opportunity to share feedback, tour the Day Center, and help their team better understand the needs and interest of all our neighbors. The May forum will include an update on plans for the new 24-hour permanent shelter for families and adult women experiencing homelessness, which will be located at the northwest corner of the Salt House property. The building will provide a permanent location for the Eastside shelters and day centers currently run by Catholic Community Services (CCS, who will run the family program) and The Sophia Way (who will operate the program for adult women). They are fundraising in preparation to break ground on their new building in early 2019.

    Learn more about...

    New Bethlehem Day Center: www.nbpshelter.org

    Salt House Church: www.salthousechurch.org

    Eastside CARES fundraising campaign: www.eastsidecares.org

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