The Portage Bay Roanoke Park Community Council has worked diligently with Seattle city officials to ensure the safety and security of our neighborhood.  Our East precinct community Seattle Police team members can be reached at Arthur.garza@seattle.gov or Casey.sundin@seattle.gov

 

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No Trespass Enforcement & Limited Access Under SR520 at Boyer Ave.

The Portage Bay Roanoke Park Community Council is working with Councilmember Bruce Harrell and his staff to enforce the WSDOT ‘no trespass’ Enforcement Policy with Seattle Police.  These efforts are being made to stop Ad Hoc Encampments at SR520/ Boyer Ave. E.

 

Subsequently, WSDOT cleaned, cleared the 2.5 acre area and installed lights under SR520 at Boyer Ave. E..  WSDOT, SDOT, representatives from Seattle Prep (own a portion of the property under SR520 at Boyer Ave. E.), Councilmember Harrell, Mayor’s Office and the Portage Bay Roanoke Park Community Council are in discussions about efforts to keep the area clear of over grown foliage.

Traffic Calming Circles on Boyer Avenue Help Maintain 30 MPH Speed Limit

The Portage Bay Roanoke Park Community Council has worked with the city to install several traffic calming circles on Fuhrman-Boyer Avenue 

NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY 

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