Regional Relations

Students organize local food drive

In the spirit of holiday giving, Husky Neighborhood Assistants student volunteers are supporting the University District Food Bank by collecting nonperishable foods from more than 200 residences in the North of 45th neighborhood. For more information, please see The Daily article.

North of 45th Meeting Schedule – 2010/2011

North of 45th Meetings will be held on the following days 4:00-5:30pm: October 20 November 17 January 26 February 23 April 20 May 18 Since the HUB is under construction, we will meet at University Presbyterian Church in the Calvin Room  (4540 15th Ave NE). A big thanks to Mark Gwaltney & UPC for reserving

Husky Neighborhood Assistants

UW students are working to build better relationships with north campus neighborhoods. Neighborhood safety will be followed by projects focusing on rental housing issues, safe party planning, increasing volunteer participation and developing a greater sense of community. Learn more about this program here.

North of 45th Committee: Report & Recommendations

In February 2006, University of Washington President Mark Emmert appointed a group of interested stakeholders to take a comprehensive look at concerns regarding the neighborhood located north of 45th Street, bordering the University campus. The president’s action was taken in response to long-standing concerns by neighbors, the City of Seattle, and students about uncontrolled parties,

UWPD Incident Prevention Teams

The University created the Incident Prevention Team (IPT) to patrol Greek Row and the adjacent neighborhood of University Park These IPT teams are staffed by two UW Police Department (UWPD) officers and members of the State Liquor Control Board, as needed. Because the area outside of the University of Washington is the Seattle Police Department’s

Husky Neighborhood Cleanup

More than 600 cubic yards of extra garbage are typically generated in the University District as students move out for the summer and return in the fall. Much of this garbage gets piled next to dumpsters and other places. In response, the University of Washington has sponsored efforts to keep adjacent neighborhoods clean during these