- About High Point
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- In the Community
The High Point Community provides a number of services to its residents. Please check the information below to see what High Point has to offer:
Local Transit Links
Elliot Bay Water Taxi
Local Information and Safety Links
Safety reporting and information links:
Police Blotter, Megan Sheppard, West Seattle Herald
West Seattle Blog, Tracy Record, Editor
Seattle Police Department main web page
Southwest Precinct Web-page
Seattle Police Crime Statistics
SecureTrans – Security for High Point
Provides private security for the community of High Point, Mon-Sat 4:30pm to 7am.
Contact Info: 206.510.0855 during patrol times / 24 hour line: 206.762.2823
Catholic Community Services – Youth Tutoring Program
Late afternoon and evening program for elementary, middle and high school students. Build language arts and math skills, play educational games, read books, use computers.
Contact Info: Mel Gallaher – 206.932.4165, firstname.lastname@example.org
CDC Management – Open Space and Home Owner’s Associations
The Open Space Association manages and maintains the High Point open space including the parks, the pond and the right of ways. The Homeowners Assoc manages ACC requests, rules and regulations and financial management of the association for homeowners.
Contact Info: Heather Hutchison, Community Association Manager at 206.913.0080, email@example.com.
Provides elementary aged students in Seattle Housing Authority communities the opportunity to learn about gardening and nutrition through school-based, after-school and summer school classes.
Contact Info: Acacia Larson – 206.257.8245, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cultivating Communities P-Patch Trust
Provides people with the opportunity to grow food for themselves and earn income from the sale of their produce.
Contact Info: Bunly Yun – 240.2093, Bunly.email@example.com or
Martha Goodlett – 257.8257, Martha.firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Neighborhoods Delridge Neighborhood Service Center
Convenient location to make payments to city utilities, purchase pet licenses, and receive more information about City Services including the Neighborhood Matching Grant, and District Councils.
Contact Info: Ron Angeles – 206.684.7416, email@example.com
74 units of affordable housing for 62 and over. Annual income must be below $27,250 for a one person household or below $31,150 for a two person household. Live-in Key Keeper and Housing Director onsite Monday-Friday.
Contact Info: Therese Jensen – 206.938.3276, Therese.firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Services Resident Choices
Provides eviction prevention case management and links to public assistance (housing, financial, counseling), community resources and outreach to High Point and neighboring families.
Contact Info: Marge Morrison – 206.357.2500, email@example.com
High Point Community Center – Seattle Parks and Recreation
Provides recreational and social activities for all ages. Includes before and after school programs, various day camps, sports, special and holiday events.
Contact Info: Brian Judd – Rebecca Hall, 206.684.7422, Brian.firstname.lastname@example.org
High Point Elementary
Provides a public education for pre-kindergarten through grade five students. Career and Technology Centrr 8-11am.
Contact Info: Merdith Blache or Gwendolyn Jimerson – 206.252.9489, email@example.com or Gwendolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org
High Point Public Library
Books, Books-on-CD, Music CDs, Magazines, ESL, Citizenship and Multilingual materials are available to borrow. Additional services include Children Story Times, Summer Reading Club, and Internet access.
Contact Info: Amy LaVare email@example.com Children’s Services Librarian and Ken Gollersrud firstname.lastname@example.org Teen/Adult Services Librarian – 206.684.7454
High Point Medical and Dental Clinic
Offers primary medical care for all ages, dental care for children under age 19, and some emergency dental care for adults. We accept medical coupons and many types of insurance. We also have a sliding fee scale for patients without insurance. Interpreter services are available.
Contact Info: Medical Clinic – 206.461.6950, Dental Clinic – 206.461.6966, WIC – 206.461.6949,
Lena Scott – 461.4924 x122, Scottl@pshnc.org
High Point Neighborhood Association
Provides a space for all High Point residents to come together to address common concerns, plan community events, and provide community services. The mission is to create and maintain a vibrant and caring community committed to service, inclusiveness, and life long learning.
Contact Jennifer Cobbemail@example.com/ 206.369.3177 or Shukri Olow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.588.4325
International District Housing Alliance
Provides translation and interpretation services to Cambodian and Vietnamese residents as well as assistance in accessing public services.
Contact Info: Tien Doung-Le (Viet) – 206.331.2465, email@example.com, or Saray Thach (Camb) – 206.331.2741, firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighborhood House Family & Social Services
Provides social services to all seniors and translation/interpretation and social services for East African residents. Coordinates Welcome Wagon visits for new residents of SHA.
Contact Info: Long Luu (Viet) – 206.571.5080, email@example.com or Safia Artan (Somali) – 206.730.5738, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Nathan Buck – 206.313.3817, email@example.com
Neighborhood House Head Start
A comprehensive pre-school education for children, child development service, parenting resources and services for children with special needs. Programs integrate culturally appropriate services and resources.
Contact Info: Jonathan Green – 206.932.5806, firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighborhood House Healthy Homes and Community Project
Coordinates community projects and resident action teams to promote environmental justice, community health and safety, asthma prevention and intervention and community building; the Breathe Easy Home and the High Point Walking Club.
Contact Info: Denise Sharify, Rose Long, or Monica Cheng – 206.932.3266, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com
Neighborhood House Capitol Campaign
Provide funding to construct the new High Point Neighborhood Center.
Contact Info: Peter Wolfe – 206.461.8430 x224, firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle Housing Authority Impact Property Management
Provides housing and management services. Initiate and conduct lease enforcement and provide referral information to services. Provide assistance for residents to remain in public housing. Conduct unit inspections to ensure lease compliance and disseminate information to residents regarding the SHA/IPM policies and procedures and initiate lease enforcement when necessary.
Contact Info: Devonne Chambliss – 206.932.2736, email@example.com
Seattle Housing Authority Community Builder
Helps residents connect with other community members, community services, and resources and promote resident communication with Seattle Housing Authority as well as resident leadership.
If you have an idea, concern, or question the community builder is here to support you to address it.
Contact Info: Shukri Olow at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.588.4325
Seattle Housing Authority Job Connection
Comprehensive employment & training services.
Seattle Public Utilities
Educational and stewardship programs and walking tours for Longfellow creek, Legacy Trail and the natural drainage system.
Contact Info: Sheryl Shapiro – 206.615.1443, email@example.com
Safe Futures Youth Center
Leadership development, life and social skills groups, cultural activities, youth groups, field trips and community service opportunities. Programming for elementary children.
Contact Info: Sorya Svy or Marcus Stubblefield – 206.938.9606, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Seattle Police Community Police for High Point
Community Police Team officer patrols High Point on a regular basis; addresses residents’ safety concerns and assists with law enforcement.
Contact Info: Office Mark Spadoni – 206.615.1549, Southwest Precinct – 206.733.9800, 911 – Emergency
West Seattle Food Bank
Provides food and other items to low income residents. Distributes food on: Tuesday 10-11am to seniors, Wednesday 4 to 7pm to general public, Thursday 10-1pm to general public
Contact Info: 206.932.9023
West Seattle Helpline
Provides limited financials assistance for rent, utilities, prescriptions, and transportation. Offers referrals for clothing and to the Emergency Feeding Program. No fees.
Contact Info: 206.932.4357, Tuesdays – Thursdays, 10 AM – 2 PM
West Seattle Neighborhood Service Center (NSC)
Make payments to city utilities, purchase pet licenses, and receive more information about City Services including the Neighborhood Matching Grant, and the Southwest District Councils.
Contact Info: 206.684.7495 – payment information, 206.233.2045 – community information
West Seattle YMCA
Contact Info: Julia Jackson – 206.935.6400 x167
High Point Security New NumberHello High Point Residents, The High Point Security number has changed. The new dispatch number you should call in case of an emergency moving forward is: 206.762.2823 please take this number down.
- About High Point
- In the Community
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