Category Archives: Meadowbrook neighborhood
The NE Seattle Tool Library is a community-based nonprofit organization for sharing tools and knowledge of how-to-fix-it. The Tool Library has been very successful in its mission and now it has now moved to a good new site at 10228 Fischer … Continue reading
Northeast Seattle’s Thornton Creek watershed has had major work done on it in recent years. How healthy is the water now?
It has been a year since the major reconfiguration of the creek bed and flood plain of Thornton Creek at Meadowbrook. A festival event on Saturday, June 11th, sponsored by Thornton Creek Alliance, will offer education and info about the … Continue reading
During the hot-weather week of August 12, 1910, The Seattle Daily Times newspaper carried reports of fires across the State of Washington, and one fire which struck closer to home, to the northeast just outside of the Seattle City limits. … Continue reading
The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, a world’s-fair event, attracted people to Seattle even before the fair’s opening date of June 1, 1909. When news of the Exposition plans became known in 1906, people from all over the USA began coming to Seattle … Continue reading
Thornton Creek Confluence Project Construction Update: January 16, 2015 With the advantage of this week’s dry weather, the contractor was able to complete the remaining pieces of work in order to open 35th Ave NE. The road had been closed … Continue reading
On Tuesday evening, January 13, 2015 a roomful of people at the Meadowbrook Community Center, 10517 35th Ave NE, listened intently as Seattle Public Utilities Project Engineer Jason Sharpley reviewed the work done at The Confluence from May to December … Continue reading