Crown Hill Neighbors will be holding its annual general meeting this year on Saturday, May 15th. A dynamic program is planned. We’ll start with about 30 minutes of updates on neighborhood topics such as:
- Crown Hill Park
- Holman Road Median
- Landmark Tree Survey
- Crown Hill Center (former school) facility improvements and changes planned
- Public safety
Then the well-known neighborhood activist, Jim Diers, will fire us up with his energy and ideas. Many people recall that Jim Diers was instrumental in the Neighborhood Small and Simple Grants program, developing the neighborhood plans for Seattle, and putting Seattle in the forefront of empowering neighborhoods to create local color and local amenities.
9250 14th Ave NW
10 a.m. to Noon for essential neighborhood updates and presentation
Noon – 2:30 PM for “neighbor power” workshop
Here’s the publicity flyer for the event! Take a look because it gives you a little more information and context for what’s going to happen on Saturday. (click on the image to make it large enough to read).