How will Crown Hill Develop?
Housing styles? Housing density? Transportation options? Parking requirements? Many of these issues are on the minds of Manor and Crown Hill residents. The City is proposing an expansion of the designated "Crown Hill Urban Village". What does that mean? It is a designation that affects planning, zoning, money spent on infrastructure and public services.
Our OMCC Board Member, Catherine Weatbrook, is a member of a coalition that is looking at the details and implications of the proposed changes. The Coalition wants YOU and the rest of the neighborhood to be informed so you can make appropriate comments and recommendations.
Get into the specifics here. You also have the option to sign up for their updates
Landscape or Building changes in your future?
Please contact the chair of the Building and Landscape Committee if you are planning:
There are other items covered by our Covenants and Restrictions also. If you are unsure, read the CCR document Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions
- major landscape changes
- solar panels
- building modifications
or contact the chairman, Steve Brown via email at email@example.com
Building and Landscape Committee
- Joe Wert
- Steve Brown
- Todd Wathey
- Jeff Menday
- Ed Hutsell
Deadline for Directory info changes
Thursday, May 5, 7:00 p.m
Board of Trustees meeting
Monday, June 6, 7:00 p.m
8926 23rd Ave NW
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.
Tips for Home & Personal Safety