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Weekly Report – June 21, 2024

City Manager Amy Arrington

City Manager Amy Arrington

June 21, 2024

2024 Resident Survey is Complete!

Thank you to all the residents who took our 2024 Citizen Survey. I am happy to report it closed with 392 responses. Some quick facts about the survey:

  • 384 of our survey responses were submitted electronically.
  • No question received 100% response. Every participant either skipped or missed at least one question.
  • Almost 50% of respondents answered, “Do you have any suggestions to help us improve city services.” During their review of the survey, the City Council commented on how valuable this information was to them.
  • The survey took residents approximately 3 minutes to complete. 

Using the survey analysis tool, the top five words mentioned in the comment section were need, parks, street, police, and sidewalks. Survey results showed strong satisfaction with the police, parks, and the City’s efforts in protecting the environment. It also highlighted some areas that we want to work on improving. 

Your feedback was invaluable! The City Council used this information at its April Retreat to help develop City goals. If you want to see the results and read the comments, visit this link. Let me know what you think. And remember that we plan to conduct this survey on an annual basis. Thank you again to all the residents who took the time to respond.

Bicycle Decorating Event

Join Teacher Ashley from Normandy Park Preschool to decorate your bicycle for the 4th of July Parade. It’s going to be a blast! This fun activity is happening on July 3rd, so get ready to jazz up your bike and make it look amazing for the parade! We’ll have supplies for you, so don’t worry about that. Feel free to bring your own favorite decorations and supplies to add your special touch to your bike. This is a free event; we’d love to see you there. Just a heads up – no drop-offs, please. 

4th of July Fireworks

As we approach the 4th of July holiday, I wanted to remind everyone of the City’s rules on fireworks. While the discharge of fireworks is permitted, it is also regulated. The following rules must be followed.

  • Fireworks may be discharged within city limits from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on July 3rd and from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on July 4th.
  • You must be on private property (with permission of the property owner) – it is unlawful to discharge any fireworks on any public property. Public property includes parks, public open space, public playgrounds, public streets, public roads, or other publicly owned property in Normandy Park. 

Remember to have a fun and safe 4th of July!

Park Life Livin’ Town Hall – This Wednesday

Join us Wednesday, June 26th, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at City Hall for a Town Hall meeting. You can meet your City Council members and City Staff and hear an overview of city services. Afterward, we will open the floor to a conversation with residents about the topics you want to discuss. Stay tuned for more themed town hall events that are being planned. Future dates will be announced later this summer. 

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me at Have a great week!

“Join us Wednesday, June 26th, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at City Hall for a Town Hall meeting. You can meet your City Council members and City Staff and hear an overview of city services…”

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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