November 28, 2018 by Land Use Comments Off on Roosevelt Reservoir status
From Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) regarding the status of the Roosevelt Reservoir: “SPU has completed its seismic analysis of Seattle’s drinking water system and its decommissioning test of Roosevelt Reservoir. The Roosevelt Reservoir was taken out of service in 2013. … Continue reading
November 23, 2018 by Land Use Comments Off on MHA (Mandatory Housing Affordability) Legislation status and Appeal findings
“The City of Seattle seeks to address the need for affordable housing, and has proposed to do so by implementing MHA legislation. MHA will require new development proposals to include affordable housing with rent-restrictions and/or income-restrictions as part of the … Continue reading
June 7, 2018 by Secretary Comments Off on June 14 Roosevelt Transit Oriented Development Event at RHS
Join us on Thursday, June 14th in the Roosevelt High School Library to engage in a conversation with Bellwether Housing, Mercy Housing Northwest, and Sound Transit about their plans to create 245 affordable housing homes with ground floor daycare, retail, … Continue reading
May 3, 2018 by Land Use Comments Off on Arbora Court open house – May 6th 2-4pm
Bellwether Housing (one of the Non-Profit developers for the Roosevelt TOD affordable Housing project) is hosting an open house of their new completed affordable housing project in the University District. This project includes unit types that will likely be similar … Continue reading
March 16, 2018 by Scott Cooper Comments Off on RNA March Meeting – Wednesday 3/20
2018 is well underway, and the changes to the Roosevelt neighborhood keep on coming! Join us at our March 20th RNA General Meeting to learn about upcoming transportation changes affecting Roosevelt, get updates on land use, and give us feedback … Continue reading
November 30, 2017 by Scott Cooper Comments Off on D4 Councilmember Johnson Holiday Open House
D4 Councilmember Rob Johnson is hosting his 2nd Annual Holiday Open House on December 8th, from 9 to 11am, at Seattle City Hall (2nd floor). The drop-in event is an opportunity to provide feedback on the year past and vision … Continue reading
September 12, 2017 by Dave Wood Comments Off on Coyote sighting in Ravenna Park?
Well my parents visiting from England got a surprise on their morning walk today, when they spotted what we think was a coyote in Ravenna Park, just east of 15th, on 63rd. You can see the slightly grainy “Mulder & … Continue reading
August 10, 2017 by Land Use Comments Off on Roosevelt Light Rail Station TOD project
The City announced funding for “Equitable Community” next to the future Roosevelt Light Rail station. The Seattle Office of Housing today announced $15 million in funding for building affordable homes at Seattle’s future Roosevelt light rail station. Sound Transit and … Continue reading
June 29, 2017 by Roosevelt Seattle Comments Off on Roosevelt Paint Party – A Huge Thanks!
A huge thanks to the dozens of setup volunteers and 130 paint volunteers that came out on Saturday to paint the street! It was a hot day, the paint dried fast, and we were able to get all 3 coats … Continue reading
June 23, 2017 by The Roosie Editor Comments Off on Service Opportunity Now: Become an RNA Director or Committee Chair!
The neighborhood association urges interested in the future of the neighborhood to join the RNA and volunteer as a Director or Committee Chair. The RNA encourages representation as diverse as our neighborhood. Apartment dwellers, other renters, homeowners, business owners, non-profit … Continue reading