KCSO West Hill Storefront Deputy Josh Sayles speaks at WHCA 2021 July Quarterly Meeting via Zoom

Big Announcement from WHCA and More News from July Community Meeting

By Devin Chicras

Your quarterly community catch-up featured some great speakers sharing what’s new in the Skyway-West Hill area, and we made a big announcement about what’s next for our organization. Guests included: Skyway Coalition, King County Local Services, Skyway Water & Sewer District, King County Fire District #20, and King County Sheriff’s Office.

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WHCA Spring 2021 Quarterly Meeting Zoom Screenshot

Quarterly Snapshot: Free Student Orca Cards, New Storefront Officer, Board Elections

by Devin Chicras

West Hill Community Association’s 2021 Spring Quarterly Community Meeting once again packed tons of hyperlocal information into 90-minutes – but since you don’t have that much time, let us give you the recap of what you need to know so you can go about your day!

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Giselle Zapata-Garcia of Public Health Seattle King County presents COVID-19 vaccination updates at West Hill Community Association Winter 2021 Community Meeting

Back to Schools, Vaccinations, Expanded Metro Service Highlight WHCA’s Winter 2021 Community Meeting

by Devin Chicras

Held again over Zoom and Facebook Live on February 16, West Hill Community Association’s (WHCA’s) Winter 2021 Quarterly Community Meeting was absolutely packed with interesting and useful information and resources. Hear the fire chief recount the tragic 3-alarm fire that happened the day before Christmas Eve, get the inside scoop on how to get vaccinated, and let King County Metro explain how the Community Van program works (and how you could be a driver!) by rewatching the video.

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WHCA 2020-12-10 Fall Quarterly Meeting on Zoom

Tiny Homes, Budget Wins, Message Boards: WHCA’s Fall Quarterly Meeting Recap

by Devin Chicras

On Thursday, December 10, West Hill Community Association (WHCA) held its Fall Community Quarterly Meeting (rescheduled from October) via Zoom and Facebook Live. We heard about some big projects in the works, from a new tiny home village and community message boards to planning for recreational and multiservice community centers.

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