The time is frightfully near to harvest the pumpkin patch at Woodbine Park. By October 14, Halloween volunteers will pick a portion for the annual party. After October 14, homeowners are welcome to pick the remaining pumpkins to enjoy at home. Thank you to all the little farmers that helped plant this year‚Äôs crop (pictured). Thank you also to Mike and Linda Brooks who have spearheaded this chore for several years. Many hands make light work!¬†¬†
In the Dark¬†
It‚Äôs that time of year when our streets become darker. To report a streetlight that is out please complete the Streetlight Trouble Report Form here:¬†¬†Streetlight Trouble Form¬†.¬†The same form can be used for a glare issue or malfunctioning streetlight such as going on/off constantly or on during the day. Reports can also be made via e-mail¬†firstname.lastname@example.org¬†¬†or phone (206) 684-7056.¬†Please have the following information for all streetlight trouble reports:
- 7-digit pole number and name of street where the light is located (as shown in the image)
- Address nearest to the pole to locate correct trouble streetlight
- Issue that needs reported: out, on all day, on/off, LED glare, pole down, etc.
- Your name, phone number and/or email for follow-up and status updates
Additional details can be found at:¬†¬†www.seattle.gov/light/streetlight¬†
October to April is pretty quiet around the clubhouse and a great time to stop by in person. A reminder ‚Äď as the days get darker and spookier, you may find the clubhouse door locked. If my car is here, I probably am too and just knock. Onsite hours are usually Mon-Fri, 9-5 (except legal holidays), feel free to reach out and confirm.
October brings crisp, cool nights and Halloween frights! Best witches!