Normandy Park City Manager’s Report for week ending Feb. 23, 2024

Coffee with a Cop

Join the Normandy Park Police, along with some of your neighbors, for Coffee with a Cop. We encourage you to come and gather with local law enforcement agencies for coffee and conversation. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice your concerns, and get to know your community police officers.

This event will be held on Tuesday, February 27th, at 10:00 am at the Normandy Park Starbucks. In addition to our Normandy Park Officers, representatives from the Seatac and Burien Police Departments will also be in attendance. Please join us for Coffee with a Cop!

Bloodworks Northwest Pop-Up Blood Drive at City Hall – March 7th

In partnership with Bloodworks Northwest, the City is hosting another pop-up blood drive. The need for blood is constant, so please consider donating. Photo ID and appointments are required. Please use this link to schedule your appointment. Thank you in advance for contributing to the community’s blood supply.

Looking for nominations for the City’s Heritage Tree Program

Did you know that the City has a Heritage Tree Program? The program intends to celebrate, promote, preserve, and educate the public about one of our greatest assets: our trees.

This program recognizes unique and significant trees. What makes a tree “significant”? It is a tree or collection of trees acknowledged and valued for its unique characteristics that set it apart from similar trees. The criteria to be classified as a Heritage Tree include:

  • Has historical significance to a person, place, or event.
  • Has attained significant size in height, caliper, or canopy spread for its age and species.
  • Has special aesthetic qualities for its species.
  • Possesses rare horticulture value.

Anyone can nominate a tree for recognition, but the property owner must approve all applications before being considered. The Normandy Park Heritage Tree Program is voluntary and optional and will not create additional protection on these trees. We believe that the formal recognition and educational value of the designation will encourage tree preservation.

We currently have six trees that have been designated, but we know there are more in our community. Visit the Heritage Tree page on our website to learn more and to start your application.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me at

“Have a great week!”

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