In lieu of our live Zoom Quarterly Meeting in July, we have tried something a little different. Read on to learn about reports on community services, updates, and upcoming events from community partners!
We hope this will blog post will provide Skyway-West Hill residents with timely access to information, but reduce the load on volunteer board members over the summer. We plan to return to our typical Quarterly Meeting in the fall!
West Hill Community Association’s Spring 2022 Community Quarterly Meeting touched on Skyway Park improvements, new transit options, new faces and events, sewer pipe replacements, and more on April 19. Watch the full video below, or read on for highlights.
2021 was a year of getting things done in the face of great challenges. It was a year full of big wins on the path to collaboratively building a more equitable, informed, engaged, and vibrant Skyway-West Hill community. Here’s a recap of some of the things we got to do this year, with your support.
After a long break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve reactivated our volunteer program – the West Hill Action Mob (WHAM) – and offered not one, but two ways to make a visible difference in the Skyway-West Hill community during July 2021.
Our first community meeting of the decade brought dozens of neighbors together to meet our new King County Councilmember and learn more about the 2020 Census, a new recycling startup, how Skyway Park is expanding, and more!
From taking on mountains and tackling wetlands restoration to the crazy costumes at Skyway Outdoor Cinema, 2015 was packed with unforgettable moments in West Hill. We look back on a few of our favorites in this round-up:
There was a little change of scenery for the Annual West Hill Action Mob (WHAM) Spring Cleanup this year. Instead of focusing primarily on litter pickup along the streets, the whole event moved down to beautiful Skyway Park, a nearly hidden, under-appreciated and much under-used gem in the heart of Skyway.