The National Park Service has announced that the Wallingford-Meridian Streetcar Historic District is officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Congratulations Wallingford!
The designation will be a catalyst for community pride and engagement, and we look forward to celebrating Wallingford in 2023.
Historic Wallingford wishes to thank consultant Northwest Vernacular, our many volunteers who contributed more than 2,000 hours doing street review and research, and our supporters who made this nomination possible.
The nomination is posted to our website.
Historic Wallingford and our four neighborhood sponsors are pleased to present Exploring Wallingford!
Discover Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood through this self-guided tour featuring 20 natural, historical, and artistic points of interest along and north of the 45th Street business district.
Pick up a FREE tour brochure at one of these neighborhood sponsors through September 15 (check their websites for business hours):
City Cellars Fine Wines – 1710 N 45th St.
The Sock Monster – 1909 N 45th St.
Yazdi – Wallingford Center, 1815 N 45th St.
Young Tea – 2110 N 45th St.
Historic Wallingford hosted the second of two public meetings on December 7 to discuss the development of a National Register of Historic Places nomination and for a residential historic district in north Wallingford.
The meeting slides and a recording of the meeting are posted here.
Historic Wallingford will hold the second of two public meetings via Zoom webinar on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 from 7 to 8 PM to discuss the development of a National Register of Historic Places nomination for the Wallingford Historic District – North. A registration link will be posted to our public meetings webpage at least two weeks prior to the meeting.
The first public meeting was held on October 12, 2021. A recording of the virtual meeting is posted to this page.
Historic Wallingford has a team of volunteers combing through old newspapers, census records, and Polk directories to document the people and places of Wallingford. The research is revealing a wonderful tapestry of stories that are reflected in the dwellings, shops, parks, and streetscapes of today’s neighborhood.
Visit this link to read this growing collection of stories. Do you have a story to contribute? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.