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Weekly Report – April 28, 2023
City Manager Amy Arrington

City Manager Amy Arrington

April 29, 2023

Save the Date – Normandy Park Birthday Celebration

On June 8, 2023, the City of Normandy Park will celebrate 70 years of incorporation. To recognize this occasion, the City will host a party on Thursday, June 8th, at the Highline Heritage Museum in Burien from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This is a free event, but reservations are required. We hope to see you there!

Annual Recycling Event and Bin Sale on May 6th

It is time for the annual recycling event of bin sale. Come out on Saturday, May 6th, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Washington State Criminal Justice Center (19010 1st Avenue). Visit this link to learn about the items that will be accepted.

Final Civic Center Survey results have been posted

In August of 2022, a proposition needed to fund the construction of a proposed Civic Center went to the ballot and was unsuccessful. This winter, the city created a survey to gather feedback and to help understand the “why” behind your vote. We had a fantastic response to our survey and collected nearly 559 responses! We have heard from you and read all your comments. A central point we learned was that those who voted “no” did so because they thought the plan was too expensive. We understand that the city must reduce project costs as we move forward. We have listened to you and sincerely thank those who completed the survey. This link will take you to a full review of the results. And stay tuned for more information on possible future building projects.

Bloodworks Northwest pop-up Clinic at City Hall – May 22nd

In partnership with Bloodworks Northwest, the City is hosting another pop-up blood drive. The need for blood is constant, and there is an emergency need for donors to book appointments in the weeks ahead to stabilize the blood supply. Please click this link to schedule your appointment. Thank you in advance for contributing to the community’s blood supply.

King County Survey on Food and Yard Waste closes on April 30th

Don’t forget – King County Solid Waste Division wants your input on getting more residents to compost food waste instead of putting it in the garbage. Keeping food out of our landfill is an important environmental action to reduce waste and support climate goals. Take this survey to help shape the food waste reduction programming! Your input helps King County create policies and programming; participants can enter a drawing to win fun prizes!

 

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me at aarrington@normandyparkwa.gov. Have a great week!

 

 

” Keeping food out of our landfill is an important environmental action to reduce waste and support climate goals…”

Amy Arrington, City Manager

City of Normandy Park
801 SW 174th Street
Normandy Park, WA 98166
(206) 248-8246 (Direct Phone)

Weekly Report – July 12, 2024

The City of Normandy Park is considering the construction of a new multi-use sport court. This court would focus on pickleball and basketball and is championed by the Normandy Park Metropolitan Parks District (or City Council).
Some fun facts about the Normandy Park Metropolitan Parks District (MPD):
It was formed in 2009 when voters approved the formation of a metropolitan park district.
The MPD has the authority to create, manage, control, improve, maintain, and acquire parks and recreational facilities.
The City Council of Normandy Park is authorized to serve as the board of metropolitan park commissioners.
The MPD can assess Normandy Park property owners a levy to support the City’s parks.
The City of Normandy Park owns, operates, and maintains all the parks. The MPD is important because it financially covers the costs of these efforts.

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Weekly Report – July 5th, 2024

Every two years, the City prepares its biennial budget. This is an important document since it presents the overall plan for allocating the City’s resources to various programs. An essential element of our process includes the work of the Citizen Budget Advisory Group. This group, usually of four to six residents, works with staff to review and provide valuable input on the upcoming proposed budget. Some of the areas that will be reviewed and discussed at meetings include

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Weekly Report – June 28, 2024

The City Council hosted its first quarterly Town Hall meeting this past Wednesday. These meetings are being held to create a two-way dialogue between the City Council and residents. We hope that by having these meetings regularly, we will receive stronger input from residents, which will help us improve our services.

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