News of Madison Valley

2016 Seattle Public Safety Survey


SeattleU is currently conducting their citywide 2016 Seattle Public Safety Survey. The goal of the survey is to gather public safety and security concerns from those who live and/or work in Seattle. The final report will be used by the Seattle Police Department to assist them with making our neighborhoods safer. The survey is accessible from now through November 30th in áŠ áˆ›áˆ­áŠ› (Amharic)中文 (Chinese)English한국어 (Korean)Soomaali (Somali)Español (Spanish), and Việt Tiếng (Vietnamese).  A printable copy of the survey is posted on our website to share with those without online access.




Please forward this email, share on social media and otherwise tell your friends, family, co-workers and community members about the survey.

EastPAC thanks Seattle U, the Community Oriented Policing Services Office, the Seattle Police Foundation, and the Seattle Police Department for working to prioritize the communities concerns via this survey and the micro community police plan program.

As always, if you have questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to reply to this message or contact us at [email protected].



Topics: Climate March at The Valley School, Safety
Anonymous (11:49 am Oct 16)
Seattle University is between First Hill and the International district which has large encampments of homeless. I have warned friends not to walk around at night in that area because it is not safe. If more people asked the city to step up dealing with this issue and do less excepting that there is nothing that can be done it would help. I used to direct the illegal dumping hotline staff to assist me in removing homeless camp sights in Interlaken forest which I love to walk through and have been succesful. I will remove them myself sometimes and sometimes the inhabitants can get scary but I wear protective boots and gloves because of the broken glass and needles that are always in these filthy messes and do it when the inhabitants are gone . Several countries such as Norway would never put up with a crisis like this. If nothing else it helps the needy get past survival problems and get onto a better way to survive.