Tuesday, August 29th, 2023 4:00 - 8:00 PM
Join us for a fun neighborhood night out for 21 & over patrons only on the rooftop deck of Wildwood Market. 4-8 PM
Proceeds from this event will be directly donated to the 2023 Fall Festival held on October 15th.
Beer, WIne, Neighborhood Merch.
Wildwood Market Rooftop Deck
9214 45th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98136
Fall is coming sooner than we think. With it comes all sorts of activities and fun things to do. The Fauntleroy Community Association is sponsoring the annual “Great Pumpkin Search” on Saturday, October 21, 2023 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. The Association will have a booth set up in the triangle across from Endolyne Joe’s. The actual search will take place on the streets that spoke out from the triangle. There will be little pumpkins, easy to find for the little ones, and larger pumpkins for the grown-ups who come. As a bonus, there will be special pumpkins and holiday gifts to find in various locations. This is a first come, first serve event so don’t wait too long. It will be a fun way to spend the afternoon.
Also, we need volunteers to come and help hide the pumpkins earlier at 11:30. Several older children thought that would be a fun thing to do. Contact Candace Blue at 209-401-8406, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington State Ferries is hosting a virtual community meeting on June 7th at 6:00 PM. Go to https://wsdot.wa.gov/travel/washington-state-ferries/about-us/ community-participation to participate. Make your voice heard!
Fauntleroy Creek Culverts Replacement Project | Update on 45th Ave SW Culvert
Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) would like to provide an update regarding theactivities near the 45th Ave SW culvert on Fauntleroy Creek. You may have noticed increased activity in this area, including the development of ponded waterin the ravine upstream of the culvert. SPU is closely monitoring this culvert and is prepared to manage the water if it ponds too deep.
Three weeks ago, when water started to pond upstream, SPU investigated anddetermined that the culvert was mostly blocked with debris. During this time, SPUhas been assessing repair options and actively monitoring and evaluating the culvert and upstream conditions. As soon as Wednesday, April 12, SPU will use a pump and bypass system to attempt to lower the water level upstream of the culvert to better assess conditions in the culvert. During this temporary work, you can expect periodic noise from the pumping equipment and slower traffic in the work area. This work would occur during daytime hours.
SPU will continue to perform work at the culvert to eliminate the blockage and may change strategies depending on the culvert and weather conditions. SPU will continue to keep the community updated on the progress of this evaluation and condition of the culvert as the situation develops. For questions about this work, please contact Josh Meidav at email@example.com or (206) 437-7528.
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As part of the Fauntleroy Creek Culverts Replacement Project, we previously shared that this culvert is nearing the end of its life and needs to be replaced. SPU is in the process of developing a design for this culvert (you can view early design concepts on our project website). Since Fauntleroy Creek is a salmon-bearing creek, there are requirements from State and Federal agencies that must be met and reviewed during the culvert’s design process. As a result, the design will not be completed for several years, with construction anticipated to start in summer 2026. For more information on this future work, please visit the project website.
Do you have neighbors who might like to receive these updates? Please forward this email and encourage them to sign up to receive email updates.
After a few years of Pandemic, we are pleased to welcome the Fauntleroy Fall Festival back to our neighborhood. We are excited to offer this long-standing event back to our community. While the pandemic has had some collateral damage on our historical Festival partners, we are still going to help our neighborhood kids paint pumpkins, build bird houses, and make salmon hats. This event has been a stalwart in the community for over 20 years proudly offering free attendance and a number of free activities for kids. Many of our local neighborhood eateries will be present offering delicious Fall-themed food for a fee.
For families and neighbors, please plan to attend the festival. For local organizations and businesses, please consider contributing to the festival to support our commitment to community.
Fall is coming sooner than we think. And with it comes all sorts of activities and fun things to do. The Fauntleroy Community Association is sponsoring “The Great Pumpkin Search” on Saturday, October 8, 2022 from 2 to 5 pm. The Association will have a booth set up in the square across from Endolyne Joe’s. The actual search will take place on the streets that spoke out from that square. There will be little pumpkins, easy to find for the little ones and larger pumpkins for the grown-ups who come. As a bonus, there will be special pumpkins to find in various locations. This is a first come, first serve event so don’t wait too long. This will be a fun way to spend the afternoon. Also just as we needed volunteers for the Spring Egg Hunt, we need to ask you again if you would like to come and help hide the pumpkins. If interested, please contact Candace Blue, 209-401-8406, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us on Tuesday June 7th at Endolyne Joe’s for our annual Fall Festival fundraiser! Joe’s will be donating a portion of their sales from the day to the festival, and we will have baskets for a raffle available starting at 5pm. Names will be drawn at 8pm, and you do not need to be present to win!
We are looking forward to bringing the festival back to all of its glory for 2022!
See you Tuesday at Joe’s!