With this issue of the December 2020 Newsletter, LCC introduces its new logo – a graphic element that visually captures the essence of the natural beauty and community spirit of our neighborhood. The LCC Board of Trustees is appreciative of Sarah’s creative talent and generosity. Sarah’s connection to the Laurelhurst neighborhood informed her work. “I … Read More
LCC has requested that the City correct the non-compliant application process for Seattle Children’s Hospital Phase 3 development. At the November 18 Standing Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting of the Seattle Children’s Hospital (SCH), there was confusion about the role and opportunity of SAC members to give meaningful input to the design review process. LCC, and … Read More
A Tip from the Laurelhurst Emergency Action Plan Team
From Your Laurelhurst Emergency Action Plan Team: Despite coping with the pandemic’s effects, we cannot forget the threat of earthquakes or other natural disasters. LEAP (Laurelhurst Emergency Action Plan) volunteers have continued working, despite Covid, to prepare Laurelhurst for resilience during a disaster-induced period of necessary self-sufficiency. Thanks to generous contributions from many Laurelhurst residents, … Read More
Make sure to email or send your comments email@example.com Seattle Department of Construction and InspectionAttention: Public Resource Center700 Fifth Ave, Suite 2000P.O. Box 34019, Seattle, WA 98124-4019 Please include project #3030811-LU and your address in the comment letter for future notices. The deadline for public comment is September 17, 2020, 4:45 p.m.
Seattle Children’s Hospital (SCH) recently notified the public that they have filed for expansion plans on their main campus in Laurelhurst – Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection Project #3036201-LU. This is Phase 3 of their Major Institution Master Plan (MIMP) named the Copper Project. Neighbors near Children’s along 45th Ave. NE and 44th Ave. … Read More
LEAP (Laurelhurst Emergency Action Plan) thanks our Laurelhurst neighbors for helping us reach our goal of $15,000 for the Laurelhurst emergency communications Hub. LEAP has already begun work on building and equipping the Hub. The concrete pad has been poured. Located at St. Stephen’s Church, the Hub will activate in the event of a major emergency … Read More