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SDOT Pavement to Parks Public Review

DATE REVISION: The date for the public review of the SDOT Pavement to Parks plan has been changed from Saturday, May 20 to Saturday, June 3.

SDOT is hosting a presentation of the concepts for the Lake City Pavement to Park project on 28th Ave NE. It’s an opportunity for you to vote on the design of your choice and a chance for Lake City to “test drive” having a festival street in the neighborhood core.

The project includes pavement murals and parking additions, plus a seating area in the parking lane  between Lake City Community Center and the Pierre Service Center.

Saturday, June 3 4-6pm
28th Ave NE
Rain or shine

 

May 19 is Bike Everywhere Day!

From Kaffeeklatsch

Bike Everywhere Day!


May is commonly known as Bike Everywhere month in Seattle – the time of year where saddles get dusted off, and chains get lubricated for the summer. More importantly though, May 19th is Bike Everywhere Day! As in years past, Kaffeeklatsch Seattle and Lake City Future First are partnering with Cascade Bicycle, and Performance Bicycle to create the Lake City Celebration Station. This year, we are going to one-up the game; we are partnering with Lake City Public Library, Seattle Farmers Markets, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and Lake City Greenways to create a one-of-a-kind event to greet our neighborhood cyclists.


Molly from our very own Lake City Farmers Market will be handing out Farmers Market Coupons to Helmet Carrying Bicyclists. Lake City Farmers Market Opens June 8th. There will also be a raffle….Enter to win a market tote or water bottle, as well as a yet to be named prize from Cascade Bicycle…


If you would like to volunteer at the event, please contact Justus Jessen at Justus@kaffeeklatschseattle.com.


Bring your bikes, because Something is Happening in Lake City.
Justus Jessen, Manager
Kaffeeklatschseattle.com

In Memoriam

imogene-2Longtime Lake City business owner and community leader Imogene Inglet passed away recently after a serious illness. Imogene owned Lake City Florist on Lake City Way, Chaired Pioneer Days and was a three-time President of the Lake City Chamber of Commerce.

In 2013 she authored her first book, “Li’l Ol’ Lake City” followed by “Pioneer Days” in 2016.

Please join us to celebrate her life as a friend, author and model of community service.  November 5, 2016 at 2pm, Lake City Community Center.