Montlake Bridge Closure – Additional Resources

May 12, 2021

WSDOT has shared this list of links for sites that provide additional updates regarding the Montlake Bridge Closure: •       Project webpage •       Weekly e-newsletter •       WSDOT Blog •       Twitter: @wsdot_traffic •       WSDOT on Facebook •       Your usual WSDOT sources for SR 520 construction news •       Monthly SR 520 construction update meeting

Montlake Bridge Complete Closure for Repairs August 9 – September 3, 2021

May 11, 2021

The Montlake Bridge will be completely closed to vehicular traffic August 9 through September 3, 2021. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will replace the approximately 20-year-old worn out grid deck on the bascule bridge and, concurrently, they will do the expansion joint and mechanical repairs. The goal is for the movable span to continue … Read More

Neighbor Day 2021: Nominate and Recognize our Neighbors!

May 1, 2021

In 1995, Neighbor Day was established in Seattle as a day to celebrate and appreciate the power of kindness around us and to amplify the generosity and love that has sprouted out of hardship. More than a year into the pandemic, it seems more important than ever to recognize our neighbors who have risen in … Read More

Support for National Archives on Sand Point Way

February 15, 2021

Laurelhurst Community Club supports the retention of the National Archives Building on Sand Point Way NE, which contains the history of over 272 federally recognized tribes, including the original treaties, and contains over 1 million boxes of various regional documents. These archives house the legal records; documents; maps; photographs of Seattle’s first settlers; birth, adoption, … Read More

SR520 Replacement Bridge Pounds Away

February 15, 2021

For the past 4 months the SR520 Replacement Bridge has been inching across the Montlake Interchange. This phase of the project removes all of the existing south lanes of the existing bridge, and replaces them with a new and wider footprint called the “West Approach Bridge South” (WABS), similar to what borders Laurelhurst on its … Read More

SCH Non-compliant in Application Process

December 1, 2020

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

HUB Shed Ready

October 1, 2020

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

Talaris Redevelopment Scoping/EIS Up Next

September 14, 2020

In March 2020, permit application #3030811-LU was posted for public comment, and many of you and other interested members of the public submitted over 70 comment letters to the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspection (SDCI). As part of examining the appropriateness and viability of this proposal, the SDCI has issued a Determination of Significance. … Read More