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15th Avenue NE, between NE 145th St. & NE 120th St.
This work is unrelated to the repaving currently happening along NE 125th and Sand Point Way. It may add to traffic congestion, however, particularly at the intersection of NE 125th and 15th Ave NE.
SDOT states, “No street closures will be required, but there will be lane closures of up to four hours and on-street parking will be restricted. Typical work hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. “No-parking” signs will be posted 72 hours in advance. SDOT crews will work to minimize any delays and will provide assistance as needed. Traffic flaggers will be present during maintenance work. Sidewalks will remain open at all times.
This process will reduce the amount of water that seeps under the pavement causing potholes and other roadway damage. This preventative maintenance work will help to prolong the life of the pavement.”
When: Tuesday, June 25th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Where: Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Ave NE
Tuesday’s Coffee Talk will focus on demographic trends and diversity in the Lake City community. Come learn more how Lake City is evolving, who makes up our community, and get ideas on making Lake City welcoming to all of its residents.
The evening will include a description of Lake City age, race, ethnicity, income, gender, and household characteristics. Speakers will share their experiences reaching out and engaging diverse groups in their work. Using a roundtable format, everyone will participate in discussing what we see as opportunities and challenges as Lake City grows and changes.
- Rachel Miller, APA member and planner with Makers Architecture and Urban Design
- Amber Trout, North Seattle Family Center and UW PhD Student in Interdisciplinary Planning
- Lisa Uemoto, SHA Community Builder for Lake City Court
Come for coffee and talk with these experienced professionals and your neighbors about strengthening Lake City’s design and identity for the future. The intent of the Coffee Talks is to learn about key concepts that could help guide our work on the Pierre Property redevelopment and with City agencies.
The Washington Chapter of the American Planning Association’s Community Planning Assistance Team (CPAT) has co-hosted this series of “Coffee Talks” for the Lake City community with the Lake City Neighborhood Alliance.