The team at Sunset Hill Community Association are hosting a free information evening about the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) Village program on Wednesday, May 10, from 7 p.m. Locals are invited to come learn about the important program that supports elderly neighbors in staying in their homes. Attendees can find out how they can help keep […]
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 […]
City Councilmember Mike O’Brien is set to speak at the annual general election of the Sunset Hill Community Association (SHCA- 3003 NW 66th Street) on Monday, January 25. Councilmember O’Brien will speak about the plans for the local area before attendees are entertained by a short program from the Ballard Civic Orchestra. All are welcome to attend […]
By Aaron Gordon Ballard residents want to preserve the Sunset Hill Community Association clubhouse, as shown by the avid support at the yesterday’s membership meeting. The iconic community building has struggled significantly over the past few years. Membership has decreased and fewer groups have rented out the space. “We’ve been hovering,” said Robert Drucker, past […]
The future of the Sunset Hill Community Association is the topic of a special membership meeting today. From their website: The Sunset Hill Community Association Board of Trustees is asking all of our members to help determine the future of SHCA. Our revenue is decreasing, our expenses are increasing, and we don’t have enough actively […]
On Wednesday evening from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Sunset Hill Community Association (3033 NW 66th St), residents can learn how to be better prepared if a disaster strikes. Debbie Goetz with the Seattle Office of Emergency Management will do a presentation on how to respond to a disaster as a household and neighborhood. […]
Just behind Picolino’s at 65th & 32nd sits a little plot of land that the Sunset Hill Community Association is hoping will become the area’s newest park. Back in November, a group of neighbors was awarded a nearly $15,000 grant from the Department of Neighborhoods to study the feasibility of turning the substation land into […]
Every year the Sunset Hill Community Association hosts a forum to give residents a chance to hear from political candidates running for office. This year, The Sunset Hill Candidates forum scheduled for October 28th has been cancelled. The event planners made this decision after two candidates weren’t able to commit to the forum.