Raise a glass and welcome our new pubs. The Oak as well as Tippe and Drague have moved in to our neighborhood. Raise a glass! More »
Lots of neighbors in lockmore are getting out this weekend for garage sales.
Get out there and find some deals and chat with your neighbors.
Starting to get very irritated with the popularity of our intersection with vandals.
Anyone feel like painting?
Hello Good Neighbors!
A group of us between 26th and 28th on Hudson just applied for a Play Street for Lockmore for the summer! This idea is to give neighbors the opportunity to have an area that is blocked off to do as they wish, like host Bike Rodeos, or badminton tournaments, or whatever you see fit for your street! Please, if you think this would be ideal for your street, don’t hesitate to apply!
Sign up and join us making streets fun for neighborhoods!
Hello Lockmore Neighbors and Friends!
The Greater Duwamish District Council is doing a survey to capture what people think about the District that they live in, and help steer the group so more voices can be heard. It would be wonderful if you could take five minutes out of your day to take this survey, and help!
Thanks so much! Here is the link…
Have a wonderful day!
I wanted to provide a brief update on the pedestrian zone mapping project: we have extended the survey to March 31st to provide additional time to review materials and take the survey (it was set to close today). If you have not had an opportunity already, please review the materials posted on the project website and fill out the survey or email me with comments or questions. Note: we have not made any changes to the preliminary analysis at this point; after the survey closes we will review all of the feedback received (via the survey, emails, discussions at meetings, etc.) and reassess. (full link to project website: http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/
We have also put together additional information on the topic of minimum floor area requirements. On September 9, 2013, the Seattle City Council adopted rules that put in place minimum size requirements (minimum floor area requirements) for development on lots with a pedestrian zone designation in urban centers, urban villages, and station area overlay districts. The rules were passed on an emergency basis, which means they are only in place for 12 months and are scheduled to expire, unless extended, on September 16, 2014. Learn more at: http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you to everyone who already provided feedback!
Aly Pennucci, AICP, LEED Green Associate
City of Seattle Department of Planning and Development
P.O. Box 34019, Seattle, WA 98124-4019
O: 206.386.9132I email@example.com
Good morning, Lockmore Good Neighbors!
I just read something that deserves to be shared with all of you. The original Good Neighbor, Mr. Rogers was a household name for me, and Lockmore reminds me often of those things that are most important in Life..
Please, do yourself the favor of listening to this beautiful human being talk about what it means to be a Good Neighbor. I hope it brings you joy.
Strap on your cleats (or your hip waders if its as muddy as last year) Turkey Day soccer is coming up again.
Come join us for Cider and fun around 10AM on Thanksgiving at Dearborn Park.
Its Kids vs Parents again this year. This is always a nice way to start off the day.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Good Neighbor Dan is helping us welcome a new neighbor to lockmore.
Keep a look out for our new friend!
We have recently noticed someone has been trying to get into our garage through the roll up door on the alley side. The first time we came home and found the door open. This was a month ago. Now we found the door unlocked and the key hole has been messed with like someone put something in it to jiggle it loose. We are going to have the locks tightened up. Both times we reported to the police. We have now realized someone stole a toolbelt with a few garden tools in it.
My friend and classmate, Kerrie, is hosting a free seminar through a partnership with Bainbridge Graduate Institute (my school) and the Center for Inclusive Entrepreneurship. Here are the details (flyer attached):
Starting or growing a business? Get started with a free “Reality Check” workshop series by StartZone Northwest:
August 22 – September 12, 2013
Thursdays 1:30-3:30pm at Rainier Vista
RSVP and Intake Required
StartZone Northwest helps underserved individuals achieve financial self-sufficiency by providing accessible and affordable training, consulting and other support for building small businesses that are bankable, profitable and sustainably connected to the local economy.
Kerrie will be happy to answer any questions; just send her an e-mail or give her a call!
See you around Lockmore,
27th & Ferdinand