RBCA Board Meeting tonight

The Ravenna-Bryant Community Association has its regularly scheduled Board Meeting tonight, at the Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center (6535 Ravenna Avenue NE), from 7-9PM.

Prior to that Board Meeting, however, two committees will be meeting (at 6PM, also at the RECC): The SR 520 Committee and the Communication Committee. Community members are welcome to not only attend these meetings but JOIN these committees, if they feel so moved.

Here is the agenda for tonight’s Board Meeting:

    7:00 pm Welcome and Introductions

      Approval of August Minutes
    7:10 pm Community Meeting

      Set-up (room, laptop, screen, extra maps)
      Help Wanted
      RNA report—format
      Donut hole discussion/vote—format?
      Emergency Prep—format?
    7:35 pm Newsletter/Communications Committee

      Timeline (needs to be delivered before 9/19 RHS meeting w/ Clark)
      Distribution coordinator
      Advertising coordinator
    7:45 pm Committee Reports

      Treasurer’s report
      Transportation Committee
      Community Resilience
      Land Use Committee
    8:15 pm Jorgen’s/NEDC letter
    8:25 pm Old Business
    8:35 pm New Business
    8:45 pm Adjourn

      Clean up room, coordinate with your committee

Ravenna-Bryant Community Association board meeting tonight

It’s the first Tuesday of the month (May, in this case), so it’s time once again for a Ravenna-Bryant Community Association board meeting.

As usual, the RBCA board is meeting at the Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center (6535 Ravenna Avenue NE) from 7-9PM.

Topics include:

  • Reports from all our officers and committee chairs
  • Forming new committees for transportation issues, and an
  • Looking at forming a RBCA neighborhood plan.
  • Discussing who our representatives will be for the NEDC, Seattle Community Council Federation, and SPD’s North Precinct Advisory Council.
  • Per Johnson from the Wedgwood Community Council will attend to coordinate our neighborhood plans and provide general support from a neighboring community council
  • Paulo Nunes-Ueno from Children’s Livable Streets Initiative will give a 10 minute presentation

This is a board meeting, but anyone in the neighborhood is welcome to attend.


Along with regularly-reoccurring monthly board meetings, the RBCA also has a new homepage (ravennabryant.org). There, you can find contact information, by-laws, meeting dates, meeting minutes, and more.

[Full disclosure: Yours truly is one of the people who maintains the website. New board member, Aaron Keating, is the other.]

And speaking of the new homepage, draft minutes from the April 5th meeting are now available (here, on the Minutes page).