Green Lake In The Smoke
The smoke is lingering longer than all of us wanted and past when weather officials anticipated. We are now looking at this smoke to clear by Friday, according to The Seattle Times. Last weekend Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan closed all city parks, beaches, boat ramps and play fields. And seeing the result of ash on […]
Fremont Troll’s Knoll Community Garden Event This Sunday
Although not in Green Lake, an event to help beautify one of Seattle’s quirky landmarks could use our help! Here’s more from the group organizing this Sunday’s event: “Hello Neighbors, As you’ve seen and heard, the massive encampments around the Aurora Bridge have been swept of tents and campers. While this was not something we […]
Green Lake & Tangletown Real Estate Analysis – What is happening Right Now!
Kris Murphy and Daniela Dombrowski are Seattle Greenlaker sponsors and real estate brokers who live and specialize in the Wallingford and Green Lake neighborhoods. They practice out of the Keller Williams Greater Seattle office located on the corner of Stone Way and N 45th St. I am sure you have all heard by now, the […]
How Seattle is Battling the Drug Addiction Epidemic
Sponsored Post: NorthPoint Washington, in Washington State, is an inpatient drug and alcohol facility. We are determined to help those regain hope for a long lasting recovery. Back in August of last year, it was widely reported that 2016 statistics showed two-thirds of drug-related deaths cited opioids as the cause. Last year, over 80% of […]
A Snowy Scene This Week
A dusting of snow and chilly weather greeted Green Lake this morning. Check out the latest forecast, more may be headed our way.
Our Coldest February Since 2014 But Still A Stunning Scene
Monday was our coldest February day since 2014. It might be chilly out there, but the Cascades were throwing some beautiful shadows at sunrise this morning. And while spring is around the corner, this cold may stick around for a while. See Dustin’s predictions here. SaveSave SaveSave