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First Hill Public Meeting March 10th – Neighborhood Crime Data

The March public meeting features a presentation on crime data by Seattle University students, as well as a community focus group on our neighborhood policing needs. Students in the Criminal Justice department surveyed other students about their perceptions of the surrounding community, and gathered and analyzed police calls and reports over time and by type. They will present their findings on March 10th. A

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Celebrate First Hill’s history at December 4th book launch

Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood has a long, unique — and surprising — history. In celebration of Historic Seattle’s 40th Anniversary,  the beautifully-illustrated Tradition and Change on Seattle’s First Hill: Propriety, Profanity, Pills, and Preservation is being released. Lawrence Kreisman, Historic Seattle Program Director and the book’s editor, will introduce this important project and Paul Dorpat will share images of First Hill throughout the past

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Sign up for the First Hill Community Newsletter

The First Hill Improvement Association is committed to open communication with everyone in the neighborhood. We want to make sure that important news, updates, opportunities, and events are widely distributed to the community, so we created a newsletter! If you would like to stay up to date with neighborhood goings on, subscribe to the First Hill Community News. It’s sent out

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July Public Meeting – July 8

The next meeting of the First Hill Improvement Association will be on Tuesday July 8, from 6pm to 7:30pm. The location is: Horizon House 900 University St, Seattle, WA 98104 Auditorium Our agenda includes presentations from representative of: SDOT. SDOT will present updates on the proposed Madison Bus Rapid Transit line including project overview, scope, and timeline. King County Metro. Representatives from King

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June Public Meeting Notes

June Public Meeting Notes On June 8th FHIA held a public meeting at The Polyclinic Madison. Over 70 community members attended the meeting, the theme of which was “Open Space.” Meeting notes are below. Meeting called to order by Mary Ellen Hudgins, FHIA President. FHIA board member Jim Erickson introduced the Open Space theme, provided history of park acquisition efforts

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