My Ballard reader Jacqueline emailed in to report that Dayton, her friend’s dog, ran away this afternoon around 30th and Market. Dayton (pictured) is small, white/cream colored and weighs about 20 pounds. “Please share this and call (541) 662-0132 0r (503) 927-9141 if you see him,” writes Jacqueline.
A beaver was captured on video checking out the Ballard Locks yesterday. “I alerted the Locks crew, so they could help him get back into the water,” wrote James on Facebook. Did you spot the beaver? Email photos or videos to email@example.com Video and still courtesy of James Galasyn.
Mayor Ed Murray will be giving a live televised address this evening on one of the most challenging issues facing our city: homelessness. As many readers are aware, the issue is particularly topical in our neighborhood especially with the opening of the Ballard Nicklesville encampment last year and with the homeless ‘safe-lot’ set to open in the old Yankee […]
The Phinney Neighborhood Association’s PNA Village is coming to Ballard and the team is seeking volunteers! Membership in the PNA Village Program empowers people to remain in their homes and neighborhoods while staying active and engaged as they age. Volunteers provide much of the talent and energy behind the PNA Village and create a vital network […]
Windermere Real Estate (2636 NW Market St) and SBK Recycle are hosting their annual Free Computer & Electronics Recycling Event this Saturday, January 30, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The following items can be dropped off for free at the Windermere office during the event: Computers Laptops Stereos TVs Monitors Portable electronics Game Consoles Speakers Cell phones […]
Basketball, wrestling, swimming, cheer and gymnastics are on the agenda this week for the BHS Beavers. Home games include basketball (Tuesday), wrestling (Thursday), swimming (Friday) and gymnastics (Saturday). Monday, January 25 Boys Basketball C-Team: 7 p.m., Ballard vs. Rainier Beach, location TBD Tuesday, January 26 Boys Basketball JV: 5:45 p.m., Ballard vs. Rainier Beach, at Rainier Beach High […]
Ballard High School Sophomore, Addison Baker, has organized a “Soap For Hope” Drive at Ballard High School benefiting Queen Anne Help Line. From now through January 29th, donations of new and unopened toiletry items are being collected in the Ballard High School Main Office and Library (1418 NW 65th St) during school hours. “Do you have an extra […]
Bloodworks NW is once again encouraging locals to give blood this Saturday to do their part in supporting patients in need within our local community. Bloodworks is our local blood bank and the sole provider for hospitals and clinics in Western Washington. When accidents happen, such as the recent Aurora Bridge tragedy, Bloodworks needs to supply hospitals with extra blood. […]
Development applications continue to be submitted in our neighborhood each week during this first month of 2016. Two subdivision approvals and an apartment building application make up today’s development update from the City of Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development (DPD) as posted in the Land Use Information Bulletin. Application: 1552 NW 58th St A Land Use Application has […]
The team from artSEA, a 10-day art festival that will run in conjunction with theSeattle Art Fair, is on the lookout for walls in our neighborhood to be painted with murals during the event. “We are looking for any public wall, preferably that has a decent amount of foot traffic. The walls will get murals at no […]