Emergency Preparedness Presentation and Board meeting 8/20/20

Hello Sherwood Forest,

Please remember there will be an emergency preparedness presentation this Thursday at 6:00 pm via Zoom. Joseph Joy, how has taken the CERT training, has accepted to give a presentation about Emergency & Preparedness to all Sherwood Forest members.

This will be a 30 minute presentation with resources, tips and pointer to further training. There will be at least 15 minutes of Q&A after the presentation.

Please join the meeting using the following link:


We will have our regular monthly board meeting after the presentation. Please feel free to stay on the line and attend our August meeting.

Virtual August board meeting:

6:00pm – Emergency Preparedness Presentation

7:00pm – SFCC Board meeting

Sherwood Forest Community Club Annual Meeting – Thursday October 24th, 2019

Time to get together again for our Annual Meeting. Come an learn what we accomplished this year, meet your neighbors, provide your input and participate in your community.

Meeting Agenda:

  • Treasurer’s report for fiscal year 2018
  • Review of SFCC Board 2018-2019
  • Election of new officers
  • SFCC covenant review
  • City of Bellevue’s Neighborhood Area Planning program
  • Discussion of goals and direction of SFCC

DATE: Thursday October 24, 2019

TIME: 7:00 PM

PLACE: Interlake High School Library

(16245 24th St NE, Bellevue, WA)

A copy of the Ballot will be distributed to your home in the October Newsletter. To vote please bring this Ballot to the Annual Meeting or mail it by October 21st to:

Sherwood Forest Community Club

P.O. Box 7344, Bellevue WA 98008

BTC update [ June 2019]

Hello Sherwood Forest,

Hopefully most of you are already aware but BTC withdraw it development application last month. I had forgotten to provide an update on our site.

The owners of the Bellevue Technology Center withdrew the application last minute before City Council could make a final recommendation. We want to thank you for all your engagement and participation. This outcome was only possible because of the strong response from the community. City leaders heard your voice, loud and clear so, THANK YOU for your support.

While we are very happy with the current outcome, we are hoping you remain involved and continue to pay attention to future communications on this important topic. BTC’s lawyers are already exploring other ways to get what they want, so chances are we will have to fight them again in the future.

Have a great summer and thanks again!

Stop BTC redevelopment

Bellevue Technology Center has once again submitted an application to amend Bellevue’s Comprehensive Plan. Once again SFCC has coordinated the response with other Northeast Bellevue neighborhoods to present a well educated and organized front that opposes the redevelopment. If approved,  their application could result on the removal of the restriction currently governing the site.

We have created a “Save our Neighborhoods” campaign  that we will use to counter the applicants proposal. Please help us stop BTC development by:

1.– Signing the paper and/or online petition from “Save our Neighborhoods” at: https://www.change.org/p/bellevue-city-council-save-our-neighborhoods

2.– Attend the April 24th public hearing with the Planning Commission at 6:30pm at Bellevue City Hall. If you can, wear green so everyone can see you are there in support of our neighborhoods.

Thank you!

Sherwood Forest Community Club Board and Trustees