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Concerned about SW Roxbury Street? SDOT wants to hear your thoughts

Concerned about SW Roxbury Street? SDOT wants to hear your thoughts

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is launching a collaborative process to review roadway conditions along SW Roxbury Street in the White Center area. “As safety is our number one priority,... [Read more]

REMINDER: White Center Community Summit is this Saturday, March 1

REMINDER: White Center Community Summit is this Saturday, March 1

REMINDER: The White Center Community Summit will be held this Saturday, March 1, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Mt. View Elementary School, with “White Center: Past, Present and Future” as the... [Read more]

VIDEO/TEXT: Here’s Dow Constantine’s ‘State of the County’ address

VIDEO/TEXT: Here’s Dow Constantine’s ‘State of the County’ address

For the first time ever, a King County Executive delivered the annual ‘State of the County’ address in one of the county’s unincorporated areas – in this case, at White Center Heights Elementary... [Read more]

Dow Constantine to deliver ‘State of the County’ from White Center Feb. 10

Dow Constantine to deliver ‘State of the County’ from White Center Feb. 10

For the first time ever, a King County Executive will deliver the annual State of the County Address in one of the county’s unincorporated areas – in this case, White Center on Monday, Feb. 10. At... [Read more]

UPDATE: Evergreen Pool, threatened by possible closure, will remain open

UPDATE: Evergreen Pool, threatened by possible closure, will remain open

The non-profit Evergreen Pool, which serves the greater Highline area and that had been threatened with closure (read our previous coverage here), will remain open thanks to a combination of community... [Read more]

Fundraising campaign now underway to keep Evergreen Pool open

Fundraising campaign now underway to keep Evergreen Pool open

WhiteWater Aquatics Management, the non-profit organization that operates the Evergreen Community Aquatics Center pool in unincorporated King County faces a Jan. 15 deadline to raise $15,000 to keep the... [Read more]

King County Executive Dow Constantine to speak at Chamber luncheon Tuesday

King County Executive Dow Constantine to speak at Chamber luncheon Tuesday

King County Executive Dow Constantine is scheduled to speak at the White Center Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday, Aug. 13 at Noon at the chamber “cabin” at Steve Cox Memorial Park. This... [Read more]

Sokha Danh leaving White Center Community Development Association

Sokha Danh leaving White Center Community Development Association

Sokha Danh, who has been a Neighborhood Revitalization Program Assistant at the White Center Community Development Association since Sept. 2011, announced Wednesday (Aug. 7) that he is leaving. Danh, who... [Read more]

Come meet ‘Bertha,’ the world’s largest tunneling machine, on Saturday, July 20

Come meet ‘Bertha,’ the world’s largest tunneling machine, on Saturday, July 20

The power is on, the cutterhead is hooked up and two miles of Seattle soil await the teeth of ‘Bertha,’ the world’s largest tunneling machine, which you can “meet” in person... [Read more]

Community leader Sili Savusa joins board of Highline Community College

Community leader Sili Savusa joins board of Highline Community College

Community leader Sili Savusa has been appointed by Governor Jay Inslee to serve on the Highline Community College Board of Trustees. Savusa is currently the executive director of the White Center Community... [Read more]

Property Taxes funding Southwest Suburban Sewer District? Not true…

Property Taxes funding Southwest Suburban Sewer District? Not true…

Over the past couple of months, several Southwest Suburban Sewer District (SWSSD) customers have inquired about a statement they heard, or read about, from King County. During public community meetings... [Read more]