Category: General

MOUNT BAKER HUB FEST: Function in the Junction! September 17 Festival with Extended Bicycle Sunday Returns To Mount Baker Hub.

Originally posted on Friends of Mt. Baker Town Center:
MOUNT BAKER HUB FEST JOINS SEATTLE DESIGN FESTIVAL SEPT 17, 2017 ? This Sunday September 17, 2017, the Mt Baker Hub Business Association features a set of local musicians, artists, and food vendors at the “Function in the Junction”.     Exploring the “power” of place,…

Historic Mt Baker Neighborhood – National Register of Historic Places

The Friends of Mt Baker Town Center are excited to have the opportunity to document the historic, architectural and cultural background of the Mt Baker Neighborhood, with the generous support of 4Culture and our knowledgeable consultants at nwVernacular.  Following the initial public meeting, a dedicated group of volunteers was trained to conduct field work with…

June 19 Informational Meeting Explores the Remarkable Design and Historic Significance of Mount Baker’s Hunter Tract

Please join us on June 19, 2017, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Mount Baker Park Presbyterian Church (3201 Hunter Blvd S.), for an informational meeting with the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, and Northwest Vernacular.   The meeting will explore the historic importance of Mount Baker’s Hunter Tract —…

EVERY FIRST SATURDAY AT 9:30 am — JOIN US FOR OUR MONTHLY TOWN CENTER CLEANUP!!

By Anne Miller Please join us every first Saturday of the month for our First Saturday Neighborhood Cleanup!   We meet at 9:30 am at Mount Baker Neighborhood Center for the Arts, in the ArtSpace building by Mount Baker Link Station. This is a fun opportunity to meet your neighbors, and make a difference cleaning…

2015: “Mind the Gap” Installation Built a Bridge between Historic Neighborhood and Modern Urban Development

Painted ground and banners on bridge

At last year’s Mount Baker Design Fest, the community focused on the topic of Design For Equity.   One of the questions focused on the aged pedestrian overpass that winds up and over the Rainier and MLK intersection:  Can government-built structures like bridges provide a canvas for social equity? Local Seattle designers took on this…

THE CITY’s “MOVE SEATTLE” LEVY — CREATING FUNCTIONAL TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

For over a decade, the City has studied the challenges and opportunities for a truly effective transit oriented development in the North Rainier Valley.   Finally, in recent months, our community is seeing real progress as SDOT has refined its Accessible Mount Baker project, and the Mayor and other City representatives have called for a…