Puget Neighborhood News and Information:
Next Meeting – Tuesday, May 21, 2019 @ 6:00pm, Carl Cozier
Our plans for this meeting include:
- A short community education presentation and Q&A on importance of reducing our food waste at home by Tiela Combs of Sustainable Connections
- A short discussion and Q&A of community planning issues by Lisa Anderson, Member of Planning and Development Commission
- Some Ward and Mayor candidates will be joining us including:
- Lisa Anderson (Ward 5)
- Garett OBrien (Mayor)
- April Barker (Mayor)
- Seth Fleetwood (Mayor)
- Our new BPD Neighborhood Officer, Officer L. Knutsen, will not be able to attend, but we’re checking to see if a sub can join us
We hope you can join us.
San Juan Boulevard Project Meeting
The Samish Neighborhood is holding a meeting to discuss this project on May 16, 7-9 PM at Carl Cozier Elementary School. Since this project impacts Puget, Puget Neighbors are invited to attend. For more information:
San Juan Boulevard Meeting invite 5-16-19
To Contact the Puget Neighborhood Association, email us at:
Lydia Place lydiaplace.org
Lydia Place has been a part of the Puget Sound Neighborhood and key partner in our community’s effort to end homelessness for individuals and families here in Whatcom County for over 25 years. Essential Lydia Place services and programs help to provide housing, case management, life skills, parent support programs, positive childhood outcomes and advocacy for over 250 families annually.
To learn more about Lydia Place, volunteer or donate visit lydiaplace.org or call 360-671-7663.
The Puget Neighborhood Association is pleased to provide this information about Lydia Place, and invite our Puget Neighbors to explore their web site to learn more about Lydia Place services and programs.
Campus Community Coalition www.campuscommunitycoalition.com
One focus area of the Campus Community Coalition is in promoting communication, information-sharing and problem solving between students attending a college or university in Whatcom County, and the community they live in. The CCC provides education to students about being a good neighbor, a good citizen, and a responsible patron of downtown businesses. The CCC also helps neighborhoods and organizations effectively reach out to students to engage them in civic and community life. The Campus Community Coalition values shared understanding and respectful dialogue, and has a high commitment to building positive community life for everyone.
For more information, contact: Carmen Rasmussen, Campus Community Coalition Coordinator
Email – Carmen.Rasmussen@wwu.edu, Phone – 360.650.6863
The Puget Neighborhood Association is pleased to provide this information about the Campus Community Coalition, and invite our Puget Neighbors to explore their web site to learn more about the Coalition.
There is a free social website called Nextdoor that many Bellingham neighborhoods are using to enhance communications between neighbors. It’s a great way to share information about local concerns (e.g., car prowls), lost pets, etc. Our neighborhood police officers use Next Door to post alerts, answer questions, and receive non-emergency messages. Read more about Nextdoor here.