Department of Neighborhood News
NW DISTRICT COUNCIL
NW District Council District CoordinatorThomas
Whittemore can be reached at 206-684-4096,
Ballard Neighborhood Service Center - 5604 22 Ave NW, or send email to:
THE SEATTLE HAZARD MAP
From the Seattle Office of Emergency management:
The Seattle Office of Emergency Management website now features a series
of interactive maps that highlight some of the city’s top hazards.
Check out the Seattle Hazard Explorer and learn more about the hazards
that impact Seattle. You can zoom in on your home, work place, or any
other location to see what hazards are most likely to impact you.
Information videos and other content provide more in depth explanations
of each of the hazards. Make sure you look out for links to important
preparedness information as well! You can access the Seattle Hazard Explorer
via this link:
the Seattle Hazard Explorer
You can also access the Seattle Hazards Explorer by going to the “Hazards”
section of the Office
of Emergency Management website.
DEPT. NORTH PRECINCT ADVISORY COUNCIL UPDATE
The monthly NPAC Meeting usually scheduled for
the first Wednesday each month covering what is happening in our precinct,
recent Police actions and initiatives, special presentations on subjects
important to the community, and SPD challenges and successes. NPAC Minutes
are published promptly each month. Click here to read the current
NPAC Meeting Minutes.
2015 MEETING NOTES*
July 2015 - June 2015 -
2015 - March 2015 -
2014 MEETING NOTES*
2014 - Oct 2014 - Sep
2014 - May 2014 - April
2014 - February 2014 - January
2013 MEETING NOTES*
2013 - October 2013
2013 - August 2013 - June
2013 - April 2013 - March
2013 - January 2013
NEXT MEETING - February
AGENDA FOR MEETING on
Wednesday, February 22,, 2017
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Greenwood Senior Center - 525 N 85th St*
Introductions and Agenda Review - Rob Fellows, NWDC Chair - District
QUESTIONS TO BE DISCUSSED
- Are we focused on Aurora-Licton Springs, or all along Aurora from Green
Lake to the County Line?
- What are our common interests and priorities?
- Should we choose some other officers
- Are there some committees that should be formed, and issues that are
better managed at the district level?
- If we favor a coalition, who else should be represented and how
should we recruit?
For more information or to share your ideas about District Council
projects and issues, contact Neighborhood District Coordinator Thomas
Whittemore at 206-684-4096, email Thomas.Whittemore@seattle.gov
or Rob Fellows at email@example.com.
The NWDC meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month, 7 PM at the Greenwood
Senior Center, except in July, November & December (meets 1st Wednesday