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City Manager on low impact storm water devices on Normandy Road

City Manager on low impact storm water devices on Normandy Road

From City Manager Mark Hoppen: Some reasonable people think that the new storm water vessels on Normandy Road are too deep and dangerous. These storm water devices were designed to handle all current and... [Read more]

Five tips to help make the Holiday Season more environmentally friendly

Five tips to help make the Holiday Season more environmentally friendly

This holiday season, Republic Services, Inc. – which provides garbage and recycling services for Normandy Park – encourages consumers to incorporate environmentally responsible practices into celebrations... [Read more]

Outage knocks out power to over 1,500 in Normandy Park Monday

Outage knocks out power to over 1,500 in Normandy Park Monday

Puget Sound Energy is reporting that a power outage has knocked some 1,552 customers into darkness Monday afternoon, Nov. 13, including the shopping area around QFC. While the cause is under investigation,... [Read more]

Norovirus associated with Subway restaurant in Normandy Park

Norovirus associated with Subway restaurant in Normandy Park

On Friday (Oct. 27), Public Health – Seattle & King County is reporting that a foodborne illness outbreak of Norovirus has been associated with a Subway restaurant in Normandy Park. The county is... [Read more]

Fall Recycling Event collected nearly 89,000 pounds of materials, City says

Fall Recycling Event collected nearly 89,000 pounds of materials, City says

According to City Manager Mark Hoppen, Normandy Park and Burien’s recent Fall Recycling Collection Event, supervised by Parks Director Amanda Leon, was “vigorous.” Seven hundred and two... [Read more]

Volunteers needed for Community Salmon Investigation, which starts Oct. 5

Volunteers needed for Community Salmon Investigation, which starts Oct. 5

Volunteers are needed for the annual ‘Community Salmon Investigation for Highline’ starts Thursday, Oct. 5: The salmon are on their way and it’s time to begin thinking about the annual Miller/Walker... [Read more]

Recycling Event coming to John Knox Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Oct. 7

Recycling Event coming to John Knox Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Oct. 7

A Recycling Event is coming to John Knox Presbyterian Church in Normandy Park on Saturday, Oct. 7. WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. WHERE: John Knox Presbyterian Church, 109 SW Normandy Road... [Read more]

Walker Preserve ‘Owl Prowl’ will be Friday, Aug. 11

Walker Preserve ‘Owl Prowl’ will be Friday, Aug. 11

The Normandy Park Parks Commission is accepting reservations for a free “Owl Prowl” nature walk in Walker Preserve on Friday, Aug. 11, from 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. Join the adventure with naturalist... [Read more]

Highline Amateur Radio Club’s Field Day will be June 24-25 at Marvista Park

Highline Amateur Radio Club’s Field Day will be June 24-25 at Marvista Park

Members of the Highline Amateur Radio Club will be setting up a radio communications center at Marvista Park the weekend June 24-25 to communicate with other hams participating from around the world. Antennas... [Read more]

Volunteers needed for Normandy Park Work Party this Sunday, April 30

Volunteers needed for Normandy Park Work Party this Sunday, April 30

Volunteers are needed to get outside and join neighbors to beautify Walker Creek and the Normandy Park Swim Club this coming Sunday, April 30. Join your Miller-Walker Basin Steward and members of the Normandy... [Read more]