Vegetation against crime - Tuesday with Echo Lake Neighborhood

Saturday, November 17, 2012

November 20, 2012 - 7-9pm - Shoreline City Hall - 17500 Midvale Ave N

The Echo Lake Neighborhood Association will hear about how the landscaping in public and private properties can reduce the possibility of crime.

First, attendees will hear from Maureen Colaizzi of Shoreline Parks about the latest plans for renovations to Echo Lake Park. Plans include Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) elements so the park can have landscaping that will discourage negative behaviors.

A key element in the redesign of the park is the fact that Seattle City Light owns almost half of the land currently used for The Trail and the park.

Teresa Turpin, a consultant with Landau Assoc., and Officer Greg McKinney, from our Shoreline Police Dept., will talk about CPTED principles and how you can use the principles to safeguard your home.

The public is invited.

The ELNA meeting begins at 7pm and includes a business meeting as well as the speakers. The Echo Lake Neighborhood is a rectangle bounded by Aurora, 205th, I-5, and 185th.


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