Posts Tagged ‘Tips’


Trees for Neighborhoods Program

I received the following message today from the Department of Neighborhoods: Exciting news Seattle neighbors!  Seattle reLeaf’s 2012 Trees for Neighborhoods program is underway!  Want to beautify your home and neighborhood? Build a healthy community? Here’s your chance!  Trees for Neighborhoods provides up to 4 trees per household to plant in residential yards. In addition […]

Delridge in Winter by Holli Margell

Winter Weather Advisory

From the Office of Emergency Management: IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR SEATTLE EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS SUBSCRIBERS: The Seattle EOC is fully activated for the heavy snow forecast for our area … we encourage everyone to take care of themselves, stay safe and stay warm!    The Seattle Emergency Management Public Education Team City of SeattleEmergency Operations Center News For […]


Low Cost Internet Services

From the City of Seattle Community Technology… Comcast and CenturyLink have started programs to provide low-income households with affordable high speed Internet service. The programs, called Comcast Internet Essentials and CenturyLink Internet Basics, allow eligible households to buy Internet service for only $9.95/month (plus tax and fees). They also provide an opportunity to purchase an […]

Happy Holidays from the NDNC!

We wish you all the very happiest of Holidays! A couple handy notes: – Who’s open in West Seattle on Christmas Eve and Day? The West Seattle Blog has complied a list here (scroll down to find it). – Getting rid of your tree before January 8th? It can be composted between Dec. 26th and […]

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