Category Archives: Shorelines

Issues involving shorelines, waterways, and street-ends.

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Monthly Meeting tonight Wednesday March 1, 7PM

Location: Room 202 of the Good Shepherd Center, 4659 Sunnyside Ave N.


Welcome / Call to Order.
Approval of Minutes.
Nomination Committee.
Family Parade.
U-District Upzone.
Reports from Committees (if anything).


  • Find It, Fix It Walk with Mayor Murray on Tuesday March 14, 5PM – 7PM. Update from Lemmis Stephens III, Program Coordinator, Seattle Neighborhoods Outreach & Engagement.

Good of the Order (anything people want to bring up)


  • Yard Signs: ‘Keep Seattle Livable; No HALA “Grand Bargain” Upzones’.
  • WCC Membership: Reminder to join or renew.
  • WallHALA Meeting, Tuesday, March 7, 7PM Senior Center.
  • Seattle Tenant Rights Bootcamp is the program for the next WCC Monthly meeting on Wednesday April 5, 7PM.


Special Notice – Community Involvement Commission:

If you wish to serve on the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods new Community Involvement Commission, the application deadline is today Wednesday March 1 by 5PM. Applications may be submitted online, by mail, or in person.

Wallingford Urban Village Community Design Workshop, Tuesday January 17

You are needed now! Join your neighbors to help us all Keep Seattle Livable!

Come to the Wallingford Urban Village Community Design Workshop

Tuesday January 17, 6:00 – 9:00 PM. (Come late if you have to. Showing up matters!)
Hamilton International Middle School, 1610 North 41st Street.
Hosted by Councilmember Rob Johnson.

We’ll explore clear and meaningful ways to be part of decisions about our neighborhood. We still have time to stop forced “upzoning” that will hurt Wallingford and surrounding areas. Don’t delay, it’s up to us to guide this process.

Here are the basics of what “Keep Seattle Livable” means:

  • Retain zoning that creates community.
  • Keep affordable rental prices and property taxes.
  • Protect our local small businesses.
  • Preserve yards, parks, trees, and sunlight.
  • Prevent massive developments next to houses.
  • Fund schools, parks, and roads with Impact Fees.

Learn what the city is not telling you at the WCC Home page.
Use this interactive MHA web map to see how the proposed zoning changes will affect you.

Tuesday January 17 at 6:00 PM – Bring your friends, see what the city is up to, and have your voice heard before it’s too late!

Monthly Meeting on Wednesday December 7 at 7PM

Location: The Wallingford Community Senior Center in the Good Shepherd Center, 4659 Sunnyside Ave N. Note that this location is downstairs from our usual meeting place in Room 202.


Welcome / Call to Order
Approval of Minutes


  1. Wallingford Urban Village Workshop. We are waiting for a date from Rob Johnson’s office.
  2. Seattle Public Schools Community Budget Gap Meetings for families to provide feedback on budget priorities:
    • Ballard High School, Tuesday December 13, 6:30 to 8:00 PM.
    • South Shore PreK-8 School, Thursday December 15, 6:30 to 8:00 PM.
    • Franklin High School, Tuesday January 3, 6:30 to 8:00 PM.
  3. Yard Signs: Keep Seattle Livable; No HALA “Grand Bargain” Upzones.
  4. The WCC Board approved getting a third party review of the environmental report for Waterway #20.
  5. North Transfer Station: Official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday December 10, 10:00 to 11:30 AM.
  6. Next Monthly Meeting: Wednesday January 4, 7 PM.

Good of the Order (anything people want to bring up)

Wallingford Waterways Walk (November 5)

You are invited to the second Wallingford Waterways Walk

Join us on a walk along Lake Union to learn about the public access points on Lake Union and to share your ideas about restoring and using Wallingford’s waterways.

When: 10 AM -12 PM on Saturday November 5, 2016.

Where: Waterway 15 (west of Ivar’s Salmon House at NE Northlake Way and 4th Ave NE). We will work our way west toward Gasworks, and then on to Waterway 22. (See the map below.)

Why: Wallingford’s various waterways are wonderful features of our community. Come and learn about where they are and how to access them.

What: We will visit each Waterway of Wallingford, generating ideas and making plans as we go. Please join us and add your thoughts to the conversation.

For a record of the last year’s event see the 2015 Wallingford Waterways Walk report.

Sponsored by the Wallingford Community Council and the Friends of North Lake Union.

Street and Shoreline Clean-up (October 23)

Sunday October 23, 2016, 10 AM – 1 PM

Come join Friends of North Lake Union (FONLU) to help pick up trash and remove weeds from waterway 22. After the recent storm, there will be lots of debris to pick up. The event will begin at the intersection of Stone Way N and N Northlake Way in front of Waterway 22. The clean up will cover N Northlake Way from Waterway 22 to Waterway 20 located next to Gasworks Park. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided, and they will celebrate afterward at the Fremont Brewery.

All ages welcome!  Please RSVP.