WE HAVE JUST LEARNED THAT A CHILD WHO ATTENDED THE FAUNTLEROY FALL FESTIVAL ON SUNDAY, OCT. 27, WAS DIAGNOSED WITH PERTUSSIS (WHOOPING COUGH).
This child was contagious at the time, though the family did not suspect pertussis at the time. The family was at the bus stops, in the Fauntleroy Church/YMCA parking lot, and in several areas of the church building, including the sanctuary during the Endolyne Children’s Choir performance.
More information regarding this incident can be found on the Fall Festival website
UPDATE: December dates added.
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Date: Tuesday November 26th from 6pm- 9pm
Date: Saturday December 14th from 10am-1pm
Location: Seattle Police Department’s SW Precinct- Community Meeting Room (2300 SW Webster St.)
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Dear Community Members,
Please visit publicsafetysurvey.org to take part in the Seattle Public Safety Survey. The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback from those who live and/or work in Seattle to increase public safety and security in your neighborhood. Through the survey results we will provide detailed reports on the safetyconcerns of each neighborhood to the Seattle Police Department, who will use that information to alter their community policing plans in your neighborhood to address the concerns of your community.
The survey is accessible from October 15th through November 30th and is available in Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya and Vietnamese.
Please tell your friends, family, co- workers and community members about the Seattle Public Safety Survey and feel free to post the survey link on your social media. Public safety and security are community concerns. Please make sure your voice is heard by completing the public safety survey today.
Bringing the Community together to celebrate all that is autumn.
For more than 17 years, the Fauntleroy Fall Festival has been a fixture in the Fauntleroy neighborhood.
We couldn’t do it without our team of day-of volunteers. From helping the community build birdhouses to setting up the pie eating contest, volunteers are what make this possible. Sign up today!
As a part of the process evaluation of the Seattle Police Department’s Micro-Community Policing Plans. Seattle University is looking for community members to participate in an online self-paced discussion regarding community perceptions of crime, safety, and police legitimacy, as well as knowledge of and satisfaction with the MCPP.