National Night Out – August 2

National Night Out is on August 2!

Another great neighborhood party is being planned for 2nd Avenue and 156th (near the elementary school).  We will close off the road, have a yummy potluck, enjoy an amazing band, and meet and hang out with our fantastic neighbors.  Make sure to invite your neighbors who are not connected to us on email!

If there are other NNO parties planned in Highland Terrace, please let me know so I can help spread the word!

Please Donate Used Books, Movies, Music, Games!

HTNA gets money from participating in the Shoreline book/music/game/movie sale at the July 20 Swingin’ Summer Concert. We need 150 items to participate. Books need to be copyrighted year 2000 or newer; music, movies and children’s’ items included. Please consider spending a few minutes tidying up your shelves and donating a few books to benefit our neighborhood organization!


115 NW 159th (corner of 2nd NW)

16035 Dayton (west side of street)

15556 Greenwood Ave N. (east side of street)

Joint Neighborhood Meeting to Dicuss PROS Plan – next Thursday!

Highland Terrace, Richmond Highlands, and Westminster Triangle Neighborhoods welcome you to a joint meeting to discuss Shoreline’s Plan for Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services 2017-2022:

“Securing our Foundation Shaping our Future”

Shoreline’s Plan for Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services 2017 – 2022

Join City staff in a discussion about the existing and future needs for Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services on:

Thursday, May 12th, 7:00 p.m.
Highland Terrace Elementary School Library, 100 N. 160th

The City invites you to take a grateful look at the past and set an imaginative eye toward the future. What do you want your parks, recreation, and cultural services system to be, and what are you willing to support? As you share, we will listen, and together we will secure our solid foundation and shape a future worth celebrating for generations to come. (Visit for more information)

SIFF at Shoreline Community College!

Last night we heard very exciting news from Mary Brueggeman, Vice President for Advancement at SCC about the Seattle International Film Festival coming to the Shoreline Community College Theater from May 27-June 4.  Twenty-seven films will be screened on campus!  The SCC Foundation is running the concessions to raise money for scholarships for film students, and will be recruiting volunteers.  You may contact Mary at to sign up.  If you are more interested in the film side of things, you may volunteer with SIFF to be an usher, work ticket sales, etc.  For more information go to