Holmes Point residents: Tell the Planning Commission what you think about preserving trees and downzoning parts of the neighborhood

Dear Holmes Point neighbors: Following up on yesterday’s message about the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday night, we’re posting a copy of FHNA’s letter to the Commission regarding the Holmes Point Overlay ordinance (HPO). Click here to read it. To help you get up to speed, we’re providing a quick...

Holmes Point tree ordinance: important meeting at Planning Commission on Thursday Aug 24

Dear Finn Hill Neighbors: For all of you who came to DennyFest on Sunday, thanks for joining us at O.O. Denny Park — and if you stood in line waiting for food, thank you for your patience! Looking forward, we’re alerting you to several important meetings about the neighborhood plan and Holmes...

A 10 Minute Guide to Zoning

A 10 Minute Guide to Zoning If you want some control over the look and feel of where you live, you need to understand a bit about zoning ordinances. They tell your neighboring property owners (or developers) what they can build on a piece of land – how many homes, how big they can be, how many trees can be...

Giving thanks and making plans

Just two quick messages to start your week: giveBIG results: FHNA raised $4500 in the giveBIG campaign on May 10. That’s more than we have raised in previous years, and we are very, very grateful to our generous donors for their support. We’ll use the money to refresh and rebuild our website and...

GiveBIG is Wednesday, May 10 — please give bigly (or big league) to FHNA

Dear Finn Hill neighbors and friends, the Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG event is happening on Wednesday, May 10, and we hope you’ll use this chance to help out the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance — your neighborhood association — with a generous contribution. You can click here to...

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