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Crown Hill growth and zoning

 

NEWS FROM THE CROWN HILL COMMITTEE FOR SMART GROWTH

 

City Council meetings  are coming up  to which we would like to bring people to comment. It will be important as the Council discusses upzoning and growth in Urban Villages.  August 2nd at 9:30 at City Hall and August 16th at 9:30 in City Hall.  Sign in at 9 AM.  

 

 
To get more information on the proposals for expanding the Crown Hill Urban Village and have the option to sign up for their updates, go to Crown Hill Urban Village
 

Landscape or Building changes in your future?

Please contact the chair of the Building and Landscape Committee if you are planning:
  • major landscape changes
  • solar panels
  • fencing
  • building modifications
There are other items covered by our Covenants and Restrictions also. If you are unsure, read the CCR document    Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions
or contact the chairman, Steve Brown via email at  blc@olympicmanor.org

Building and Landscape Committee

  • Joe Wert
  • Steve Brown  
  • Todd Wathey
  • Jeff Menday
  • Ed Hutsell

WHAT'S HAPPENING

Manorwide Garage Sale

Saturday, September 10, 9 am - 3 pm
Club will place some ads but go ahead and advertise your sale on your own also.

Board of Trustees meeting

Monday, Sept 12, 7:00 pm
8926 23rd Ave NW

All Manor Homeowners meeting

Wednesday, Sept 21, 7:00 pm
Crown Hill Center

Find It Fix It ...Online Reporting for many City issues

Use the link to get an online form to report abandoned vehicles, 72-hour parking violation, graffiti, damaged sidewalks, potholes, trailers parked on the street:
 
If you prefer to call on the telephone, call 206-684-2489

Emergency Center in Crown Hill

In the event of an earthquake or other major local disaster, you can head to the Communication Hub for our zone.

 

The Emergency Communications Hub at the Crown HIll Center is:
• our pre-determined gathering place in case a major disaster occurs that causes normal communication modes to fail.
• here to help the community reestablish communication and information sharing to save lives, preserve property, and protect the environment.
• here to facilitate local information sharing and serve as a gateway through which the neighborhood can communicate with the rest of the world.

NOT a substitute for you having emergency water, food, and related supplies at your home.