Roxhill Park/Westwood Village safety on WWRHAH’s next agenda

(WSB photo from Monday night: Medic unit just outside Roxhill Park)
So you can plan early – the Westwood-Roxhill-Arbor Heights Community Council has just gone public with the agenda for its next meeting on November 5th, including safety at Roxhill Park and Westwood Village, following recent incidents such as the Monday night assault and ongoing concerns. Read on for the agenda:

Date: 11/05/13
Location: SW Library Branch, 9010 35th Ave SW
Time: 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

6:15-6:20: Introductions & Community News

6:20-6:25: Infrastructure Committee Update: Update from Committee Leader, Chris Stripinis.

6:25-6:35: WSTC: Vote/motion to endorse the work of the West Seattle Transportation Coalition by WWRHAH.

6:35-7:10: Roxhill Park Enhancements: Brainstorming session of ideas to improve and enhance Roxhill Park with future grants, along with Seattle Parks & the Friends of Roxhill to advise on what may or may not be feasible.

7:10-7:40: Roxhill Park & Westwood Village safety. What can be improved in that regard? With Seattle Parks, the Friends of Roxhill, Daystar Retirement Village, Andy Thompson; Assistant General Manager of Westwood Village, and Officer Flores of the SPD SW Precint’s Community Policing Team.

7:40-7:45: Wrap Up: Breakdown the room; library locks up promptly at 8 pm.

In addition to its website at, WWRHAH is on Facebook here.

4 Replies to "Roxhill Park/Westwood Village safety on WWRHAH's next agenda"

  • McBride October 17, 2013 (5:30 pm)

    (Is this thing on?) Hey, does everyone realize that these meetings are open to the public? That includes people who live in the area, shop at Westwood, enjoy Parks, and/or get mad when people stab each other in the public right of way.
    This council has lined up an all star cast of people who are actually in charge of things, so that you, the named above, can talk to them directly. Don’t miss the opportunity.

  • anonyme October 17, 2013 (5:53 pm)

    I heard about this earlier today. There may have been some kind of informal meeting involving the parties listed above, but one comment stuck in my mind. Apparently Target is reporting a 75% increase in losses due to shoplifting in the last year – in other words, since the installation of the transit corridor.

    I work near Westwood, and today as I used the pedestrian crossing by the park I was verbally accosted and offered drugs for purchase. The seller was a teenager.

  • nop October 18, 2013 (8:31 am)

    We dress up cops like football players time to dress em up like the fools who hang out there.

  • T October 20, 2013 (2:28 am)

    Anon, that does not surprise me at all. That is why I no longer patronize Westwood Village. Do not wanted to get stabbed or robbed at gun point. I will sit happily in my home and shop from Amazon for my home wares.

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