Monday, April 3, 2017

Full QA Council Meeting Wed. April 5

Meeting at Queen Anne Manor at 7:30. Discussion will include:

  • an update on Your Voice, Your Choice Parks & Street Fund
  • Uptown Rezone information: Marty Kaplan
  • Committee Reports

Monday, March 27, 2017

March Public Safety Committee Meeting Cancelled

The March meeting of the Public Safety Committee has been cancelled. The next meeting will be on April 24 at 7:00 PM.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Full QA Council Meeting Wed. March 1

Meeting at Queen Anne Manor at 7:30. Discussion will include a representative of "Speak Out Seattle" as well as the usual Committee Reports.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Full QA Council Meeting Wed. February 1

Meeting at Queen Anne Manor at 7:30. Discussion will include:

  • DOT Nickerson Paving Project
  • Your Voice, Your Choice, Parks & Streets
  • Committee Reports

Sunday, January 15, 2017

LURC Meeting Moved to Tuesday

The Land Use Review Committee, LURC, will not be meeting in its usual time spot of Monday, Jan. 16. Out of respect for the MLK Day Holiday, the meeting will be on Tuesday, Jan. 17 instead. The time will be the usual 7:00 PM. The place will be the usual Queen Anne Manor.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Key Arena Proposal Meeting & No Full Council Meeting

The group representing the proposed redevelopment of the Key Arena will host a meeting on January 4 at 2 pm at the QA Community Center.  They are looking for our input and ideas.

The Full Council meeting scheduled for Wed. evening, Jan. 4 has been cancelled.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Thanksgiving Message from QA Community Council

(This message was e-mailed to a wide list of recipients on Nov. 23, 2016.)

In the past several weeks, communities across our nation have seen a distressing increase of hate crimes.  Seattle has been no exception.

On this Thanksgiving weekend, the Queen Anne Community Council affirms our desire to make Queen Anne a safe neighborhood for everyone, regardless of religion, origin, sexuality or ethnicity.  We support Mayor Murray's  desire to be "guided by equality and inclusiveness and openness."

We, as a strong and vibrant community, embrace the diversity of all our residents and cherish the strength that a multicultural neighborhood brings.  Narratives of hate and fear hurt all of us and damage the fabric of trust and respect that makes our country great.

The Queen Anne Community Council Board