According to SPD Twitter reports, two officers were shot following police response to robbery near Madison/Western Ave downtown. SPD is asking for people to please stay out of the area as they investigate. See the area marked in red below: The following roadways are closed due to major @SeattlePD incident. Avoid the area and use […]
Ballard Library (5614 22nd Ave NW) will host a community celebration of “Spilled Ink: Ballard High School Music and Art Night” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 22. The Ballard Branch’s teen advisers have joined forces with the Ballard High School Ink Club to present the annual release of INK Magazine, Ballard High […]
Ballard Food Bank has released this week’s schedule of on-site providers. Check out their tweet below: Check out this week’s schedule of on-site providers at @BallardFoodBank pic.twitter.com/WyVMHuF9B1 — Ballard Food Bank (@BallardFoodBank) April 17, 2017 Click here to learn more about Ballard Food Bank and the important local services that they provide.
SDOT is kicking off Pothole Palooza today, a campaign to aggressively repair potholes across the city. Locals are being encouraged to report neighborhood potholes so that SDOT can map them out as their Pothole Rangers move throughout the city. Locals can report potholes in three ways: Calling our Pothole and Street Repair hotline (206) 386-1218 Using […]
Ballard Youth Soccer Club is excited to offer a new summer time league for local youth! The Ballard Youth Soccer Club – Summer Development League (BYSC-SDL) is a daytime summer coed league for boys and girls 8-12 years old. This new program is a skills building league with curriculum taught by US Soccer Certified Coaches. […]
Bravo to Mr. James and the Ballard High School Wind Ensemble for a fantastic performance at the International Music Festival hosted in Carnegie Hall, NYC, last week. The talented musicians were presented with a Gold Award for their performance! Check out the video below: Congratulations to all involved!
One decision makes up today’s update from the City of Seattle’s Department of Construction and Inspections as posted in the Land Use Information Bulletin. Decision: 928 NW 51st St A Land Use Application has been approved to subdivide one development site into three unit lots. The construction of residential units is under Project #6536537. This subdivision […]
Locals are invited to take part in the Locks Centennial 5k Fun Run/Walk on Sunday, May 7. The event will benefit Discover Your NW and the Renovation of the Ballard Locks Fish Ladder. The Kids Dash (free registration) will kick off at 9:10 a.m. with the Fun Run/Walk shortly after at 9:30 a.m. See below for the cost […]
Ballard Library (5614 22nd Ave NW) will be hosting the 330th meeting of the “It’s About Time Writers’ Reading Series” this Thursday, April 13, from 6 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. The series is held at the Ballard branch every second Thursday of the month. This month’s presentation features readings from Julene Tripp Weaver, David Fewster and […]
The Salmon Bay Eagles will host their 70th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 16, at Salmon Bay Park (2001 NW Canoe Pl). The egg hunt starts promptly at 1 p.m. Two simultaneous egg hunts will take place, one for ages 0-4 and one for ages 4-10. A very special guest, The Easter Bunny, […]
Sunset Hill Community Association (3003 NW 66th St) will host Ballard Historical Society on Wednesday, April 19, for a special event focusing on the role of the Lake Washington Ship Canal over the past century. Author David B. Williams will inform locals about what drove civic leaders to plan a waterway in a city already surrounded by water.Williams is […]
Just after midnight, firefighters responded to Shilshole Bay Marina and discovered two vessels on fire several hundred feet down the M dock. They moved neighboring boats away from the fire, searched for any occupants and contended with windy conditions. The fire was under control by 12:30, and one boat subsequently sank. Seattle Fire says there […]