Crown Hill Neighbors and Crown Hill Business Association are joining forces! We are looking for residents and business owners who want to join the board.
Our neighborhood is growing and we want to create an organization that connects the residents and businesses of Crown Hill. Both organizations have partnered on projects in the past, and have the same goal to create a vibrant neighborhood. We want to combine efforts to create an organization that supports the entire community.
The Neighborhood and Business associations both accomplished so much as separate organizations. From neighborhood clean ups, to the community garage sale, and even the purchase of the Crown Hill Center.
The new combined association will kick off with a public art project – details to come. We will also continue to organize the Crown Hill Market, a weekly event that creates a gathering place for neighbors and a showcase for hyper local makers and artisans. The market was a neighborâ€™s idea that gained momentum and support. What is your big idea for the community?
Join the new Crown Hill Association board and be part of our neighborhoodâ€™s momentum!
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in being on the board or you want to contribute in some other way (publicity, website, social media)!
The fabulous 10th Annual Crown Hill Garage Sale is on from 9AM-3PM, Saturday, July 23rd this year! You won’t want to miss out on these sales. Lots of excellent merch on the purveyors tables, and plenty of refreshments as well.
Time to check out what’s in your garage and basement to go out for the 10th Annual Crown Hill Garage Sale! Great chance to simplify and clean out stuff you no longer need in your life! Remember, one person’s junk is another’s treasure! Organize with your neighbors for a multi-family sale or even a block sale! The more, the merrier.Â As always, young entrepreneurs of all ages are encouraged to sell lemonade, baked goodies to the thirsty and hungry sale cruisers.
This year’s sale is Saturday, July 23rd from 9-3. Signups are easy, just put in your information here: crownhillneighbors.org/gsale/gsinput.html.Â Sellers are encouraged to list individual sales on CraigsList and link to our online sale map as well. The more publicity, the more folks will come.
As we get more signups, we’ll populate the map here: crownhillneighbors.org/gsale and there will be printed maps and a mobile device friendly map on the day of sale as well.Â We’ll publicize the sale on CraigsList, NextDoor and other media.
Our meeting on Growth in Crown Hill and the Seattle 2035 Comprehensive Plan on October 24th was very well attended. More than 70 people from our neighborhood and beyond came, and listened, and spoke. Seattle Department of Planning and Development sent along 3 staffers (Geoffrey Wendtlandt, Patrice Carroll, Susan McClain). Geoffrey Wendtlandt. The Mayor’s office sent along Chris Gregorich.
The City of Seattle has issued its preliminary 2035 Comprehensive Plan and it has implications for Crown Hill. The plan provides long-term guidance about managing growth for the next 20 years. Crown Hill continues to be an urban hub designated to absorb significant growth. What does that mean for our community?