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Highland Terrace Meeting about Dayton Trees
 
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HTNA Community Meeting
Thursday Jan 9 at 7pm

Location: Highland Terrace Elementary School (Library)
100 N. 160th St.

Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association Community Meeting
1) HTNA Business Meeting
2) What Save Shoreline Trees is doing to save the Dayton trees
One easy step you can take to help.

For more information contact info@highlandterraceneighborhood.org
UPDATE:  Here is the WSDOT Project Update from the City (1/6/20).

Save Shoreline Trees
A community group has formed to address public concerns to the City and WSDOT regarding the proposed removal of trees on Dayton Ave N., N. 155th, and N. 160th. 
Website: SaveShorelineTrees   https://saveshorelinetrees.com
Facebook: ShorelineTrees  https://www.facebook.com/shorelinetrees/

Information to Community from City dated 11/18/19
WSDOT on Dayton Planning Remodel/New Building Construction
130 Trees Proposed for Removal
Background based on original information from City dated 11/18/19: WSDOT has applied for multiple permits to remodel their existing facility located on Dayton Ave N, between N.155th and N.160th.  This remodel will allow for the relocation of the State Department of Ecology (DOE) to this site, including a new building for DOEs fleet vehicles.  Due to the size of this remodel and construction, the City requires improvements along Dayton Ave N (WSDOT side only), N.155th and N.160th, including street pavement widening for on-street parking and bus stops; new curbs; 5-foot wide amenity zone (typically a landscaping strip), and 8-foot wide sidewalks. According to information provided by the City to the community on Nov. 18, approximately 130 of the 378 existing trees along Dayton Ave. N, N.155th and N.160th are proposed for removal, "though this is not the final count of trees to be removed/retained". 
City contact: Caleb Miller, Associate Planner, email cmiller@shorelinewa.gov 
or call 206-801-2552.
 

Volunteer Opportunities with HTNA

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us for more details.
  • Join the HNTA Board!  Build community by organizing events, communicating information to residents, and making improvements around the neighborhood. 
  • Get together with neighbors on your block to plan for emergencies, form a Block Watch, and organize a National Night Out block party in 2020.
  • We are starting to organize informal meet-ups to facilitate people with similar interests getting to know each other.  If you would like to organize one - let us know!
For more information about how to get involved with the neighborhood, please visit the HTNA website or contact us at info@highlandterraceneighborhood.org
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