The Whittier Heights Community Council (WHCC) has been part of the Groundswell NW family for many years since we worked together to build Baker Park. Now that the property next to Baker Park has been purchased to expand the park, the once sleepy WHCC is reawakening and bringing the Whittier Heights Involved Neighbors (WHIN) into the fold to bring a new breath of life into their mission to protect and enhance the things you appreciate about living in Whittier Heights.
The next phase will be to elect officers at an all-neighborhood meeting at 7 pm, Monday, January 11, 2016 at the Ballard Church (1460 NW 73rd St). Learn more about this event and RSVP here.
You may nominate yourselft and/or nominate others. Anyone who lives in the neighborhood is eligible to serve on the WHCC. Click here to learn more about the officer positions and the nomination process.
If you are a block captain, or otherwise well-connected neighbor, please share this with others you know as they hope to engage as many people as possible. They'll use NextDoor to communicate, but many neighbors don’t use it, so they're hoping to build a comprehensive email list. If you want to hear from WHCC, please go to www.whittierheights.us, fill out the form and join your neighbors on January 11 to celebrate the rebirth of the Whittier Heights community!