People gathering for WHCA's Winter Community Quarterly Meeting on January 16, 2024 at Lakeridge Elementary School.

Winter 2024 Community Quarterly Meeting Highlights

by Devin Chicras

Did you miss our first “State of the Hill” quarterly catch-up for 2024? Our January 16, 2024 community meeting was held at Lakeridge Elementary School (go Orcas!) and featured experts who revealed the history and impact of redlining in the Skyway-West Hill neighborhoods and current opportunities to help repair those injustices.

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Fall 2023 Community Quarterly Meeting Highlights

by Devin Chicras

For the first time since 2020, West Hill Community Association’s Community Quarterly Meeting was back in person on October 17. Dozens of neighbors joined us at Campbell Hill Elementary to share some delicious local food and learn about what’s new in the neighborhood.

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WHCA Summer Community Quarterly Meeting 2023-07-18

Summer 2023 Community Quarterly Meeting Highlights

by Devin Chicras

Folks who tuned into West Hill Community Association’s Summer 2023 Community Quarterly Meeting on July 18 found out which criminal activity is skyrocketing in the area, how to let King County know what programs and services to prioritize, what exciting new event WHCA is rolling out this summer, the latest on the Taylor Creek Restoration Project, and more. Watch the full video below, or read on for highlights.

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Spring 2023 Community Quarterly Meeting Highlights

by Devin Chicras

Folks who tuned into West Hill Community Association’s Spring 2023 Community Quarterly Meeting on April 18 found out how King County Metro’s new “Metro Flex” service works, got the inside scoop on King County’s new heat pump program, and more. Watch the full video below, or read on for highlights.

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Winter 2023 Community Quarterly Meeting Highlights

by Devin Chicras

On January 17, 2023, West Hill Community Association held their winter Community Quarterly Meeting. Many information-packed community reports preceded insightful presentations on the plight of our local beloved forested hiking spot and community land trusts.

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