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Madison Valley: Who's Open and Who's Not (updated)

MARCH 19, 2020 | EDITOR

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To keep the community up-to-date on our local businesses during the Corona Virus pandemic, we’ve compiled this list of the stores and restaurants that are remaining open, or partially open. If you have additional information, please send it to us. This is the time to support our local businesses!

Pagliacci Pizza
Open for pickup and delivery
Deliveries start at 11 AM on the weekends
https://www.pagliacci.com/menu
3015 E Madison Street

Jae's Asian Bistro and Sushi
Curbside pickup. Place and pay for your order over the phone.
http://jaesasianbistroandsushi-seattle.com/JAB%20Menu.pdf
206.323.0171
2801 East Madison Street

Fury
Open and planning on staying open as long as possible.
Current Hours: Tues – Sat 10:30 – 3:30
Online shop: www.furyconsignment.com

Harvest Vine
Temporarily closed for until Apr 15 and possibly longer.
Gift cards are available to help support the restaurant: https://www.harvestvine.com/shop

Cafe Flora
Call 206.325.9100 and order from the take-out menu: https://tinyurl.com/yxyrbebt
For delivery, order via Caviar: https://tinyurl.com/vncuec4

Sarah Alexandra
Closed until the end of the month but check out their amazing shirts online at: https://sarahalexandra.com

Fast Frame
Closed this week and will re-evaluate the situation day by day.

Seattle Massage Pro
Open, but reducing hours. Mon–Thu 1–8, Fri–Sat 10–7, Sun 11–5
Monitoring employees’ health. Stepping up already meticulous cleaning protocols.
(206) 397-3590
Sauna scheduling: https://seattlemassagepro.janeapp.com/#/staff_member/11
http://seattlemassagepro.com

Red Ticking
Closed for now. Taking phone orders and by appt only.
Check Instagram for updates: https://www.instagram.com/redticking/

City People’s
Partially closed. Orders by email, phone, and pay by phone only.
Mon – Fri 9:30 – 6, Sat: 9 – 6, Sun 10 – 6
(206) 324-0737
Curbside pickup or delivery.

2 Doors Down
Curbside Pickup 4:30–10:30
Call ahead to order: 206.324.2337
https://www.twodoorsseattle.com/menu

Madeline’s Home & Beauty Bar
Open Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday from 12-5:00. Call in and curbside pickup on Madison for your skincare needs.
(206) 453-5053
[email protected]

ALICE
Closed for 10 days; will reopen after with limited hours, phone orders etc.
206-322-SHOP
https://www.aliceseattle.com

The Music Factory
Open for 1 on 1 lessons; switching to Online Lessons gradually.
Sign UP: www.musicfactorynw.com/sign-up
(206) 420-3896
[email protected]

Woodside Travel
Mon – Thu 10:00 to 4:00 by appointment
206.325.1266
[email protected]
[email protected]

Kate’s Day Spa
Service temporarily limited to therapeutic massage
http://katesdayspa.com

Azuki Handmade Japanese Udon Noodles
Open for takeout.
2711 E Madison St, Seattle, WA 98112

Coven Salon
Closed through March 31.
Gift certificates available on our website.
https://www.covensalon.com

Sugarlump
Currently open 1–5 pm Tues – Fri, 11 am – 5 pm Sat
http://sugarlumpshop.com

Baas Framing
Currently open M thru Sat from 10 to 6pm.
Limited number of people permitted at one time.
Phone payments and delivery available.
206.324.4742
https://www.baasframingstudio.com

Glow Natural Health
Open; following all protocols in place by the CDC and WA DEPT of HEALTH
(206) 257-4126
www.glownaturalhealth.com
www.fertilityacupuncturistseattle.com

Luc
The restaurant is closed until further notice.
Updates on our website: https://thechefinthehat.com

Araya’s Place
Open every day 11:30–3 pm for take out and delivery.
https://www.arayasplace.com

Luxx Beautique
Currently closed until March 31st
2909A E. Madison St
https://www.luxxbeautique.com


 

 

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Firefighter Training in Madison Valley

OCTOBER 31, 2018 | LINDY WISHARD

Since Monday, Seattle firefighters have been setting up at the intersection of 28th Ave East and East Roy Street.

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The firefighters are conducting a “training burn” at this location, an exercise that allows firefighter trainees to practice putting out fires. The officer in charge told me they have one instructor for every trainee onsite. It’s an opportunity for the trainees to work with live fire in a controlled setting.

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And there are fire trucks and safety equipment set up around the perimeter of the training site to put out a fire should something go wrong.

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The house on the site been vacant for the past several years, and owners Andy Morris and Lynne Salkin plan to tear down the structure and build a new home there.

“Our insurance agent told us that fire departments are sometimes looking for vacant homes to practice on. We loved the idea and I contacted the fire department last spring,” said Lynne. The fire department then went into the house and prepared it for the training. They worked for a full week rebuilding walls, venting the roof, and building new doors. “It was very exciting to pull up on Monday morning and see the training in action. It’s certainly not every day that you’re happy to see smoke pouring out of a house you own!”

“It is really encouraging to see how seriously the FD takes their training. It gives me a lot of confidence as a resident of Seattle that we are supported by highly qualified first responders,” said Andy. “The men and women working the scene each day, from the most junior recruit to high-level officers such as Captains and Lieutenants, have a true passion for community relations. They patiently explain firefighting techniques and fire safety to spectators. They encourage neighbors young and old to observe and to ask questions. They show off their equipment. It is really impressive to see the pride they have in serving the community!”

 

 

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Safety, Community and Neighborhoods in 2016

MAY 31, 2016 | HUNTER ROBBINS

Madison Park Community Council invites you to the first of a two-part series:

Safety, Community and Neighborhoods in 2016

Come to an evening Q&A featuring Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes. Learn more about how the City Attorney’s office is addressing ongoing community issues impacting the Madison Park, Madison Valley, Denny Blaine and Washington Park neighborhoods.

pete-holmes2Pete Holmes received his B.A. from Yale College in 1978 and his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1984. He first practiced complex commercial litigation for over two decades, including stints as both partner-in-charge of the Insolvency and Reorganization Group and Hiring Partner in the Seattle office of Miller Nash LLP.

Pete was elected City Attorney in November 2009, defeating a two-term incumbent with 64% of the vote, and was re-elected to a second term without opposition in 2013.

Pete was an original member of the Seattle Police Department's Office of Professional Accountability Review Board (OPARB) and served as chair from 2003 to 2008. There he championed the public release of police records and OPARB reports. He is counsel of record for the City of Seattle in the consent decree entered into with the U.S. Department of Justice to reform SPD, in United States of America v. The City of Seattle.

As City Attorney he has worked to make Seattle city government more transparent, and was appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire to the State Sunshine Committee.

Monday, June 6
7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Madison Park Bathhouse
1900 43rd Avenue East
www.madisonparkcouncil.org

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Madison Park Crossing Flags

MAY 1, 2016 | REG NEWBECK

Madison Park is very fortunate to have crossing flags that enable people to cross streets, hopefully safely, on East Madison from 32nd Ave East to 43rd Ave East including several side streets like East Lee and East McGilvra Boulevard. The number of crossing locations with flags has increased three-fold since the flags were placed in the business area in 2008 by Historic Madison Park (HMP).

Madison Park is one of the several neighborhoods in Seattle with crossing flags. These flags are okay with the City of Seattle, but they are not funded by the City. We’ve heard that some residents don’t see the need for the crossing flags and some don’t use them, but we believe that the majority of residents want the flags based on feedback we’ve received.

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Ken Myrabo and I maintain the flag system with the assistance of others like Jim Hagen and his wife. This effort includes making sure that each of the crossing flag holders have the correct number of flags. Each holder should have three flags except for the Red Apple and Pharmaca locations which have four due to higher pedestrian traffic. The effort also includes replacing broken flag holders and repairing the flags. We often have to replace flags due to theft and vandalism which includes ripping the flag off of the pole, breaking the pole or even trying to burn the flag. We’ve even had some flag holders destroyed by being hit by a vehicle. Currently, with 30 locations it takes 94 flags to cover all areas. The flags cost starts at six dollars each and goes up based on what is on them.

We are now approaching summer with a lot of visitors in the Park. This is the time of year when our flag loss rate goes to 5 to 10 flags per week. We currently have flags provided by State Farm (green) and Key Bank (red). Some people don’t like advertising on the flags, but this is America, and we have stadiums and events supported by businesses. Shortly we will have to order additional flags, and unless an individual is willing to pay for the flags, they too will have advertising from one of our generous businesses. A rough cost for a new order of at least 150 flags would be over $900. 

The flags do not guarantee your safety in crossing the streets, and you should still try to make eye contact with drivers to make sure cars, trucks, and bikers see you. In other words, be defensive when crossing streets. Drivers are supposed to stop when pedestrians are in the intersection, but as we all know, some don’t. Here are a few things you can do to help us with the flags.

 

  • If you use a flag, please return it to a flag holder in Madison Park. Flags can be used for more than one intersection.
  • If you see a flag that is not in a flag holder, please return it to a flag holder in the Park.
  • If you are at a crossing on the street and notice that there are no flags on the other side, then please help by taking an extra flag across with you. This action is similar to the “pay it forward concept.”
  • Encourage your kids and the seniors to use the crossing flags and to return them to the nearest location.
  • Do not get mad and toss a flag at an offending driver’s vehicle.
  • Contact us before borrowing flags for your private use.

 

The flags are a community asset for Madison Park, and we hope you use them and encourage others to do so. We also would like to thank those helping us make sure that each flag holder has flags for the next user. If you have any suggestions about the flags or wish to help, please contact us on NextDoor.

 

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Fire in Madison Valley

SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 | EDITOR

Word is that someone at Simply Soulful left something on the stove and left. A third-floor tenant called the fire in because his office was filling with smoke. Eight fire trucks were sent! The firemen broke down the door and ran the hoses inside. Thankfully there was only smoke damage.

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Fire at the Madison Lofts

MAY 5, 2015 | NAT STRATTON-CLARKE

Report: Smoke billowing from the Madison Lofts build today at 10:45AM. Seven fire trucks and five ambulances on the scene. 

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