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NIGHT OUT IS AUGUST 5, 2014

posted Jul 14, 2014, 11:06 AM by PRCC Webmaster

Night out

NIGHT OUT

NIGHT OUT IS AUGUST 5, 2014

Tuesday August 5th, the City of Seattle will be celebrating the 30th Annual Night Out Against Crime. Last year, over 1,400 events were registered to participate.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

STEP 1 - REGISTER YOUR EVENT

To participate in Night Out and to have your street closed for the event, you must officially register your Night Out event with the City of Seattle.

REGISTER YOUR EVENT


 

STEP 2 - PUT YOUR EVENT ON THE MAP

Using this form will place your event on a citywide map that other people can view to see the Night Out events around town.

1.     Adding your event to the map does not mean you are registered.

2.     It make take up to 24 hours for your event to appear on the map.
 
 

NOTE: Please keep in mind that the information you provide on the map will be public, including your contact information. Adding your event to the map may increase the amount of media coverage and third party representatives of groups, elected officials and organizations visiting your event.

Police and Fire will visit events based on the registration, not on placing your event on this map. There is no guarantee of a police or fire visit, but we will try to visit as many as possible.

STEP 3 - VIEW THE MAP

Even if you don't put your own party on the map, you can see where other Night Out parties are going on around town. 

VIEW THE MAP

30th Annual Night Out - Fund provides matching dollars

posted May 27, 2014, 2:47 PM by PRCC Webmaster

SEATTLE – If your neighborhood plans to participate in the 30th Annual Night Out on August 5, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has a fund to support your event and activities.

 

The Small Sparks Fund provides matching dollars for neighborhood-initiated projects that promote community engagement. Community groups can request up to $1000 to help fund Night Out planning efforts and activities such as outreach efforts, educational fairs, bike parades, and neighborhood cleanups, to name a few. The deadline for applications is Monday, June 23 at 5:00 p.m., but you must register in its web-based application system before June 20 to apply.

 

For information on the application process, visit seattle.gov/neighborhoods/nmf/smallsparks.htm or call206-733-9916. The Small Sparks Fund is open to applications year-round.

 

Night Out is a national Crime Prevention event designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts, and unite communities. To learn more about Night Out, visitwww.seattle.gov/police/Nightout/

$15 Now neighborhood meeting featuring Kshama Sawant

posted Apr 17, 2014, 7:35 PM by PRCC Webmaster

$15 Now Campaign

A Special Informational Meeting


Phinney Ridge Community Council

Sponsoring a Special Meeting May 28th

 

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Please mark your calendars to join us for a fascinating meeting on the proposed $15/hour minimum wage and its implications, with special guest:

Councilmember Kshama Sawant

Councilmember Kshama Sawant and organizers from 15 Now will share information and answer questions addressing this local civic issue. This is your chance to be part of this important conversation happening in our community. We hope you can attend, as this is an opportunity for neighbors to share ideas, concerns, and provide public input on behalf of Phinney Ridge.


May 28, 7:00 p.m.

Phinney Neighborhood Center

6532 Phinney Avenue N, Room 6


About PRCC

The PRCC has a standing, open meeting on the first Tuesday of each month (except holidays & August’s Night Out Block Party) at 7:30 p.m. at the Phinney Neighborhood Center.

 

-The PRCC is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization that is part of a network of neighborhood based community councils that advise local government agencies on public safety, transportation, transit, land use, zoning, city budget priorities, capital improvements, parks, open space use and other civic issues so that their policy and actions enhance the quality of life on Phinney Ridge

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-Phinney Ridge is defined as Aurora Avenue to 8th Avenue NW and North 46th Street to North 75th Street.


For more information, contact Ted Holden at ted.holden@comcast.net or (206) 784-0338

Phinneyridgecc.org 

PRCC Annual Neighborood Meeting Event

posted Apr 10, 2014, 1:14 PM by PRCC Webmaster

Phinney Ridge Community Council Public Program & Election – May 6

  

Bring your concerns and recommendations for:

 

·        Transit & Traffic

·        Property Development & Design

·        Seattle Comprehensive Plan

Panelists will share information and tools for addressing these issues

 

Help Shape the Phinney Ridge Community’s Future

Share ideas and learn tools with neighborhood leaders

May 6, 6:30 p.m.

 

At Phinney Neighborhood Center

6532 Phinney Avenue N, Room 6

Panelists will include:

Diane Duthweiler

Alice Poggi

Susan Wagner

6:30 p.m. ‒ Socializing & refreshments

7:00 p.m. ‒ Panelists & discussion

8:00 p.m. ‒ PRCC board election (nominations taken until start of meeting)

 

About PRCC

The PRCC has a standing, open meeting on the first Tuesday of each month (except holidays & August’s Night Out Block Party) at 7:30 p.m. at the Phinney Neighborhood Center.

-The PRCC is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization that is part of a network of neighborhood based community councils that advise local government on issues such as public safety, transportation, land use and budget priorities.

-Phinney Ridge is defined as Aurora Avenue to 8th Avenue NW and North 46th Street to North 75th Street.

 

For more information or board member nominations, contact Ted Holden at ted.holden@comcast.net or
(206) 784-0338 Phinneyridgecc.org

Seeking Nominations for PRCC Board Positions

posted Apr 10, 2014, 1:11 PM by PRCC Webmaster

  Seeking Nominations for  

Phinney Ridge Community Council Board Positions

Nominations accepted until

Meeting Start May 6 at 6:30 p.m.

at Phinney Neighborhood Center – main building rm. 6

   

Ø  The Phinney Ridge Community Council (PRCC) is a volunteer, not for profit organization that tracks public safety, transit, land use, zoning, city budgets, capital improvements, parks and other civic issues.

 

Ø  The PRCC maintains communication with elected officials, city departments and community and civic organizations to ensure our neighborhood shares in the opportunities for public input and resources.

 

Ø  The PRCC is a resource for sharing ideas and building coalitions for action.

 

 
Responsibilities as a Phinney Ridge Community Council Member

•Attend PRCC meetings the first Tuesday of each month at Phinney Neighborhood Center

•Live or own property or a business between Aurora Ave and 8th N.W. & 46th Street and N. 75th St.

 

www.phinneyridgecc.org

 

Nominations or Questions: Ted Holden - PRCC (206) 784-0338 or ted.holden@comcast.net

 

Mayor Ed Murray to Speak at Groundswell NW Annual Meeting

posted Mar 28, 2014, 12:08 PM by PRCC Webmaster

Join Groundswell NW, partner organizations, and members at Groudswell NW's annual meeting, which will feature guest speaker Seattle Mayor Ed Murray. There will be a lively discussion about the future of the Parks Department, including the possibility of a Metropolitan Parks District, as well as other important topics like the Missing Link and Neighborhood Greenways. More info on Groundswell NW and this upcoming meeting at their website: http://www.groundswellnw.org/

Seattle Neighborhood Summit 2014 with Mayor Ed Murray

posted Feb 24, 2014, 10:44 AM by PRCC Webmaster

Seattle Neighborhood Summit 2014

Take your seat at the table

Mayor Ed Murray

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http://www.seattle.gov/Images/Mayor/ed-murray.jpgSeattle's unique neighborhoods are what make our city great and, together, we can make it even better. I made a pledge that, if elected as Mayor of Seattle, I would hold a Neighborhood Summit within my first 100 days in office and the work has already started.
I believe there is a need for greater transparency and consistency in providing information and soliciting input from community leaders. I see an opportunity to improve how the city works with neighborhood and community leaders on issues from planning to the prioritization of city investments. This is why I am holding a summit, so we can talk -- honestly and openly.

My hope is that, together, we can implement positive changes in the city's relationship to neighborhoods to restore confidence, improve effectiveness, and strengthen purpose.

The Seattle Neighborhood Summit is the first step in an ongoing conversation. So I ask you to join us, and take a seat at the table.

Save the Date: Saturday, April 5th - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. - Seattle Center, Pavilion Room

Give us Feedback: Fill out our online survey to let us know what you would like to get out of the Seattle Neighborhood Summit and what is important to your neighborhood.

To learn more about the Seattle Neighborhood Summit, check back here regularly. You can also email SNS2014@seattle.gov or call 206.684.8069.
- Mayor Ed Murray

Invitation to upcoming Greenwood-Phinney Neighborhood Planning meeting

posted Jan 12, 2014, 7:33 PM by PRCC Webmaster

U.W. Landscape Architecture Studio on healthier neighborhood design in
Greenwood-Phinney neighborhood.  

This January-March 2014, a UW Landscape Architecture studio will study the
Greenwood-Phinney neighborhood to identify and envision ways of improving
the neighborhood's streets and open spaces.  Students will explore design
options to support walking and bicycling throughout the neighborhood, such
as greenways, as well as to enrich ecological and community life.

Please join in a conversation and share your insights with these students as
they get underway:

Thursday, January 16, 2014, 6:30-7:45PM The Seattle Public Library Greenwood
Branch Meeting Room

Share your insights on:
.    what you enjoy most about your neighborhood,
.    what neighborhood places you visit often and what is missing,
.    what works well for people to walk and bike to local destinations,  and
.    what is needed to improve accessibility, ecological conditions, and
community
    gathering.

Please RSVP at:
https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/jmjsama/221957

As noted by The Seattle Public Library, "This event is not sponsored by The
Seattle Public Library."

Disaster Emergency Preparedness

posted Nov 6, 2013, 1:32 PM by PRCC Webmaster

We have all seen public service announcements for Disaster Emergency Preparedness.    It takes place at a family level as well as a community level called HUB.   While a tsunami is probably not our biggest worry here on Phinney Ridge, an earthquake can and if as predicted will be.

HUBs are being formed everywhere in Seattle. Ballard has several and Greenwood is forming one.   HUBs are centers for communications from and to all the emergency agencies.  

  • Seattle Police has an Office of Emergency Management and has coordinators to assist groups in organizing HUBs.  Tracy Connolly is currently our district coordinator.  
  • Mentors who have put together HUBs in their neighborhood are available to advise groups who are going through this process.

The Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) has a Disaster Preparedness Plan for their buildings and tenants and have begun putting together equipment and supplies for a HUB.   They are looking for committee members to meet monthly to full organize a neighborhood hub.  

An example of tasks is compiling a list of resources in the neighborhood for medical, technical, and communication purposes,  so they can be on call for residents assistance when needed.  Another example is to assemble supplies that would be useful (water pump, canopies, electrical generators).  The Dept of Neighborhoods has issued grants to help with these major purchases.  PRCC along with PNA will be applying for one or more grants.

Ruth McDonald (PNA) is presently the lead person and would like to share that role and eventually turn it over.  If you are interested or know of people who would be interested in participating, please email Ruth at ruthm@phinneycenter.org 

Post-Primary Candidate’s Forum & Debate

posted Oct 10, 2013, 2:03 PM by PRCC Webmaster

The neighborhoods and Chambers of Wallingford, Fremont, Green Lake, and Greenwood/Phinney are hosting a:

 

Post-Primary Candidate’s Forum & Debate
for the 2013 citywide elections for City Council and the Mayor’s office

Wednesday, October 16, 2013,  5:30p – 7:30p 

(doors open at 5pm for networking and Pre-event community connections)

Lincoln School in Wallingford, auditorium 

(enter from Woodlawn Ave N, between 44th & 45th Sts)

 
The focus of the forum will be on the unique role of neighborhoods in shaping the character and future of Seattle.
 
We invite you to join North Seattle Chambers and Resident Organizations as we hear from the candidates who advance in each race. Candidates will be given equal time to present their platform and debate a set of pre-determined questions about the issues.

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