Meadowbrook Community Council

Supporting community spirit and creating a connected environment in NE Seattle's Meadowbrook community and surrounding neighborhoods.


This page lists a number of useful online resources and links to neighborhood websites and community resources.

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NE Seattle Community Networks

lake-city-live-header Up-to-date information on activities throughout the greater Lake City region.

LCNA_Logo_April_2012_r1Lake City Neighborhood Alliance is made up of representatives from active and dedicated neighborhood groups advocating to make Lake City a connected, vibrant, economically and socially viable community.

Sustainable NE Seattle We are a multi-neighborhood organization, working together on various action projects in such areas as food security and growing local food, alternative transportation systems and neighborhood mapping, tree and habitat preservation, green building and energy efficiency…trying to effect positive change for our locality, creating a world that works for all.

TCA-Logo1604 Thornton Creek Alliance (TCA) is an all-volunteer grassroots, nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring an ecological balance throughout the Thornton Creek watershed. Our goal is to benefit the watershed by encouraging individuals, groups, schools, businesses, and government to work together in addressing the environmental restoration of the creek system including: water quality, stabilization of water flow, flood prevention, and habitat improvement through education, collaboration, and community involvement.

toollibrary_hdrcropped The NE Seattle Tool Library is a community-led project to provide pay-what-you-can community access to a wide range of tools, training, and advice. The Tool Library aims to inspire its community to participate in community projects such as park restorations, and pursue sustainability through fun projects like backyard gardens, home energy improvements, and water harvesting.

wcc_home_logo_200The Wedgwood Community Council typically hosts a general meeting on the second Wednesday of January, March, May, September, and November at 7 p.m. at the Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, 35th NE & NE 80th.

In July, there is typically no general meeting as efforts are focused on the Wedgwood Outdoor Cinema.

Meetings are announced on signboards throughout the neighborhood, on this website, and in the Wedgwood Echo email newsletter.

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