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School of Oom Yung Doe Now Open

The School of Oom Yung Doe is now open at 8543 15th Ave NW in a storefront formerly occupied by The Tweetery.

From their website: “Different from typical martial arts, sports or exercise Oom Yung Doe does not just develop one aspect of a persons condition, but all areas of strength, flexibility, coordination, speed, control, and agility internally and externally, lower, mid and upper body.  It is common to see many athletes retire at a young age because of the damage athletics has done to their bodies.  Through Oom Yung Doe an individual can continue to progress and maintain their condition through their seventies and beyond.”

They have other locations in Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond and Wallingford.

The School of Oom Yung Doe
8543 15th Ave NW
(206) 462-1339
crownhill@oomyungdoe-nw.com
http://www.oomyungdoe-nw.com/
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Crown Hill Spring Cleanup, April 30th, 2011

Spring Clean 2011

Volunteers are needed! Lets give the main drag through the neighborhood a spring spruce up. Show you care about our neighborhood. The Crown Hill Business Association and the Crown Hill Neighborhood Association are teaming up to do a general cleanup along 15th Ave NW and Holman Road. Meet at the Petco parking lot at 9 AM. Be prepared to pick up litter, paint out graffiti, tidy up vegetation working alongside your neighborhood businesses and neighbors.

 

15th Ave NW Traffic Cameras Now Working

Traffic Camera 15th Ave NW, NW 85th St
15th and 85th (click to go to Traveler's Information Map)

The traffic cameras at NW 85th St. and 15th Ave NW have now gone live, and are beaming back minute by minute images of the intersection.  The cameras were installed earlier in the year at 15th and 85th, 15th and 65th, 15th and Market, and 15th and Leary. They are available on the Department of Transportation’s Travelers Information Map. Refreshing this page will update the image if a new image is available.

These are traffic information cameras designed to provide close to real-time information about traffic congestion. During the Alaska Way Viaduct replacement project, 15th Ave NW is projected to receive additional traffic and these cameras will also provide information to manage the additional traffic. The images from 15th Ave NW and NW 85th  will not be used to issue traffic citations. However, red light cameras are installed for both North- and South-bound traffic at 15th Ave NW and NW 80th.

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New Traffic Information Sign 14th and Holman

Traffic Information Sign, 14th and Holman
Traffic Information Sign, 14th and Holman, click to enlarge

The sharp-eyed among us will have noticed Seattle Dept. of Transportation crews hard at work along Holman Rd and 15th Ave NW this week.  MyBallard.com gave advance notice of the work here. The work is being done to provide more information  for drivers and transportation agencies during the Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement Project. During the life of the project, SDOT and Washington State DOT expect  that Holman Rd and 15th Ave traffic will increase dramatically. These projects are supposed to allow drivers to make better decisions,  smooth the flow of traffic, and provide real-time information to SDOT and WSDOT on traffic conditions.

The first change was the installation of a traffic information sign over the southbound lanes of Holman Rd at 14th Ave NW. The sign will be used to inform drivers of  accidents and road conditions ahead to the Ballard Bridge and beyond. This is similar to the informational signs on I5.  The sign is approximately 1 block east of the radar speed sign located near Mary Ave NW.

Traffic monitoring camera 85th and 15th
Traffic monitoring camera 85th and 15th, camera is just below the "NW 85th St" sign, click to enlarge

The second change was the installation of traffic cameras at the intersection of 15th Ave NW and NW 85th St. These cameras will allow monitoring of traffic conditions.  The cameras will not be used for red light enforcement like the cameras at 15th and 80th. SDOT previously announced the traffic cameras here and at other locations city-wide as part of their traffic information system. We will soon be able to view traffic images from the cameras showing current traffic conditions on the city’s Traveler’s Information Map. These cameras are supposed to go live this month (March 2010) according to the MyBallard article from last year.

The Alaska Way Viaduct replacement project is expected to be completed shortly after the demolition of the Viaduct. The Viaduct will be demolished in 2016 according to preliminary estimates. A timeline for the replacement project is available at WSDOT’s web site here.  There will be a multi-year period during which traffic normally handled by the Viaduct will be diverted to I5 and surface streets such as Elliott Ave W, 15th Ave NW, and Holman Road. We can expect significant traffic impacts during the construction. Once completed, SDOT estimates it will take a Crown Hill resident 4 or more extra minutes to get to the southern end of the tunnel than it does today. This is due to the fact, the northern entrance to the tunnel will be located further East than the current route to the viaduct.

To learn more about the Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement project, visit SDOT’s project web site at: http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/awv.htm Additional information is available on the state’s DOT website at: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/Viaduct/default.htm A document describing the impacts on Ballard is available here: http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/docs/NWSeattleBrochureREVISED.pdf

Holman Road Median Study Meeting

December 10, 2009 at 7:00pm
Journey Church , 9204 11th Ave NW

On Thursday, December 10 at 7:00pm the Crown Hill Neighborhood Association and the Crown Hill Business Association will host a community meeting to review designs for a series of planted medians for a section of the Holman Road / 15th Ave NW corridor.  Produced by a team of students from the University of Washington’s Community, Environment, and Planning Program, these designs reflect the feedback received from over 290 Crown Hill residents through an online survey, as well as conversations with SDOT, Metro transit officials, and business owners along the corridor.

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