North Seattle COVID-19 Update 3/17/2020

Lake City Seniors Update-

March 17th, 2020

Due to recent closures of the Lake City Community Center, starting Monday March 16th Lake City Seniors will help Hunger intervention Program serve to-go meals out of the Lake City Community Center’s parking lot. There will be no seating and no tables available. We are encouraging individuals to take the meal home or to a different location to eat them. We will continue this model until further notice. Lake City Seniors will continue essential programs listed below.


  • Community Dining – To-go lunches are available between 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m from the Lake City Community Center’s Parking Lot.
  • Hyde shuttle may be able to help with food delivers please call 206-707-1865.
  • Social Workers are continuing outreach and will have office hours for individuals as needed.
  • Staff will be holding reassurance calls for any participants that would like one, to sign-up please call 206-707-1865 or email

Lake City Senior staff are working diligently to provide services to our Lake City Seniors. Please call 206-268-6740 or email if you have any questions or need support.


LGBTQ2 Community Conversation Meet-Up & Pride Month Film Series

Do you have questions about what the different letters stand for in LGBTQ2? Are you curious about what it actually means when someone is transgender and what to say when you aren’t sure what their gender is? Do you wonder how it can be that some people know these things about themselves when they are as young as 3 years old and some people do not come out until they are in their 60’s?

We want to create a space where we can all learn together and be ourselves. Each of us is touched by things in different ways. As lifelong learners, when we open up to our diversity, life just keeps getting more interesting! Watch the movies in the series that look interesting to you and then come to our community conversation on Monday, June 25th from 1-2pm.

Friday Film Series:

Friday 6/1 1-3pm – “Carol” (in English with Spanish subtitles) An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.

Friday 6/8 1-3pm – “The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert” (in English with Spanish Subtitles) Two drag performers and a transgender woman travel across the desert to perform their unique style of cabaret.

Friday 6/22 1-3pm – “Ma Vie En Rose” (This movie is in French so we will have showings in 2 different rooms, one with English subtitles and one with Spanish subtitles) Ludovic is seen by family and community as a boy, but consistently communicates being a girl. The film depicts Ludovic’s family struggling to accept this.

Community Conversation – Monday June 25th 1-2pm in the front classroom.

Questions? Please contact Claudine Wallace at 206-472-5471

Thank You Councilmember Debora Juarez

We would like to recognize and express our gratitude to Councilmember Debora Juarez for her commitment to expanding senior programs in Northeast Seattle.

This past November, she successfully advocated for the City Council to provide an additional $60,000 in the 2018 budget to support Sound Generations’ Lake City-Northgate Senior Center Project.

This money allows us to provide much needed social work services. It will also help us to expand our “senior center without walls” to the Northgate neighborhood and add a third day of services at the Lake City Community Center.

Thank you Councilmember Juarez for being a true advocate for seniors!

Imagine Lake City Focus Group

Share your ideas for improving quality of life and opportunity for all in Lake City

Wednesday, Dec. 14th 1-2pm

Lake City Community Center

12531 28th Ave NE

Imagine Lake City Together is a collaborative and inclusive neighborhood planning process to improve quality of life for all residents and give rise to a neighborhood of opportunity.

Led by Children’s Home Society of Washington, Lake City Future First, Lake City Neighborhood Alliance, and a committed Steering Committee, the process will listen to residents, community groups, service providers, non-profits, elected officials and local businesses to determine priorities for community change and how to best achieve change together.

Surveys, interviews, community meetings, and focus groupswill consider options for affordable housing, community and social services, preserving green spaces, honoring art, establishing new business opportunities, and other resident-identified priorities.

Questions? Contact Claudine Wallace: 206-472-5471 or by email.