Passed to us from the Southwest Precinct
The SW Precinct is experiencing an uptick in motor vehicle theft.
- The precinct is up 10% in the last 28 days
- Mostly during third watch (between 1900-2100), and mostly in the Morgan Junction area
- The Morgan Junction community is up 138% year to date (+28 cars), 60% in the last 28 days
Lisa Herbold’s office has put out some information and a survey regarding the repair or replacement of the West Seattle Bridge.
If you are interested in the ongoing work, or in adding your perspective, please take this survey
In response to the vandalism in the Fauntleroy Triangle, the Seattle Police have asked us to share with you this document when calling 911 to report suspicious behavior.
Dear Councilmembers Herbold, Mosqueda, Sawant, Pedersen, Morales, Lewis, Strauss, Juarez and Gonzalez,
The Fauntleroy Community Association (FCA) is located in West Seattle and represents a catchment area of 3,000 residences with over 300 active members. The FCA Board recently met to discuss the proposed 50% reduction in funding of the Seattle Police Department. The Board has come to the following conclusions.Read More...
There are two surveys taking place right now, each is open until July 31st. It is important that the city hear your voice. Tell them what you need.
Reconnect West Seattle Survey:
This survey is for everyone who lives or works in West Seattle. The survey is the community’s chance to let SDOT and our partners know what you need to move on and off the West Seattle peninsula at similar rates to before the High-Rise Bridge closure, but with a significant reduction in travel lanes.
Neighborhood Prioritications Process Ballots: for Southwest Seattle, Georgetown, SODO and South Park.
The ballots include lists of potential projects that were generated from ideas we have received from community, along with some of our own ideas, and projects from existing transportation and neighborhood plans. While a much larger mix of projects remain on our radar, we recognize the need for immediate action. Therefore, the lists include projects that can be completed quickly and cost less than $100,000.