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NDNC Booth @ Delridge Day

Delridge Day is coming up quickly – August 9th. NDNC will be hosting a booth with all kinds of fun activities for you and your family… Holli is breaking out the old screen printing materials, so bring your blank shirt for a little jazzing up with the Heart Delridge emblem. It is super easy and […]

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North Delridge Plan Update – Advisors Wanted

The Dept. of Neighborhoods City is seeking members of the public to join the Delridge Planning Advisory Committee.  The Advisory Committee will collaborate with the city’s Community Development Team on issues such as helping to engage the wider community, reviewing community input, and creating recommendations that balance community interest. Advisory committee members should live, work […]

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North Delridge Spring Clean

Please join the NDNC for the yearly “Spring Cleaning” of your North Delridge neighborhood on April 26th from 10am – noon. Volunteers will meet at the Delridge Community Center, 4501 Delridge Way SW, and break into groups from there. Bags, pickers, and refreshments will be provided.  All you need to do is show up in […]

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March Meeting Notes

At NDNC’s March monthly meeting, Giulia Pasciuto, a researcher working on a project studying low-income women’s access to healthy food in Delridge, presented her findings.  Her project was sponsored by City of Seattle Councilmember Mike O’Brien and the Seattle Women’s Commission and was instigated by a Delridge-area woman who complained to the Commission about how […]

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Seattle’s Most Diverse Neighborhood

The Seattle Times recently ran an article about diversity in Seattle which identified the most diverse block group in the City as one in southern North Delridge. The article identifies the exact location as just east of the High Point development.  “This small area is 29% white, 26% black, 21% Asian, 16% Hispanic, and 8% other.”

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Cottage Grove Commons

Per the request of the community, DESC has agreed to rename the new building to Cottage Grove Commons. http://westseattleblog.com/2013/11/whats-in-a-name-one-word-added-for-desc-in-delridge/ Thanks to Kirsten Smith, Tanya Baer and Dorsol Plants for working with DESC on this issue.

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November Meeting Minutes

Announcements Lisa is working to set up a clean up this weekend and solicited ideas for locations.  It was requested that we look at leaves over drains to help mitigation flooding down stream.  Lisa will email the list serve with clean up details soon. Patrick and Tanya are planning the next Solstice party next month.  […]

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Highland Park Greenway Project Meetings

I got a message from the Department of Neighbors regarding a meeting for the Greenway project proposed on 21st that would connect White Center to Delridge and then to Downtown.  If you are interested in the input for this project, please mark your calendars for a meeting on Nov 19th.  Details are on our event […]

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Delridge Cider Press Time!

Our annual press event is a fun way to get to know your neighbors and use up any apples or pears growing in your neighborhood. Details: September 29th, 1-4pm @ Delridge P-Patch, 5078 25th Ave (between Delridge and 25th by the Pentecostal Church) What to bring: Your own washed apples, and containers RAIN OR SHINE!

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Delridge Day Introduces the Green Zone

This year Delridge Day will be hosting a new and exciting area called the “Green Zone.”  We all know that Seattle is known for being very eco-conscious and we are excited that we have some incredible vendors and sponsors who promote this great lifestyle.   This year we had the idea to group all the “green”vendors […]

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