Welcome to Meadowbrook
Meadowbrook is a neighborhood in the northeast of Seattle, Washington. Meadowbrook is centered on open fields adjacent to the Meadowbrook Community Center, swimming pool, and Nathan Hale High School. It is bounded on the south by NE 95th Street and the Wedgwood neighborhood, on the north by NE 115th Street and Cedar Park, on the west by Lake City Way NE and Victory Heights. and on the east by Sand Point Way NE and Matthews Beach. The neighborhood is almost entirely residential, although there are some small restaurants and other businesses, along with three public schools covering kindergarten through twelfth grade.
A brief history of Meadowbrook
Meadowbrook, with Thornton Creek near Lake Washington, has been inhabited since the end of the last glacial period around 9000 years ago. The native tribes lost their rights in 1854, and subsequently the area surrounding the Lake City area was clear-cut through the start of the 20th century. Much of the timber was transported out of the area by rail on tracks that used to be along what is now the Burke-Gilman Trail. A Little Germany neighborhood of several immigrant farmers grew up in the 1870s around where Nathan Hale High School now stands.
The Blindheim family’s LaVilla Dairy, located on what is now the 10300 block of Fischer Place NE, and the orchards extending up the adjacent hill to the east was the defining characteristic of early, modern Meadowbrook. The dairy operated from 1913 to 1929, but over the years the orchards and other farmland were developed into a bedroom community of a growing Seattle. Both the dairy building and the family house still stand today, and the dairy is home to the NE Seattle Tool Library. Meadowbrook’s centerpiece of schools and playfields is on land sold by the family to the city of Seattle for a park and other green space.
All are invited to a One Seattle Plan Community Meeting at the Meadowbrook Community Center on January 10 to discuss your ideas and visions for the One Seattle Comprehensive Plan Update. Meet with …
WHEN: January 17, 2023 6:30pm-8:00pmWHERE: Online with Webex Community Council Meeting will give you the opportunity to hear from our slate of nominees for the 2023 Board of Directors positions. …
Meadowbrook Community, As discussed during our Sept 13, 2022 meeting, our Bylaws are now reviewed and revisions noted to bring them more in line with today’s community. We will review …