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Join us for Waterfront Week, March 5-9

Join us March 5-9 to celebrate all things waterfront. This series of events will reveal the newest design progress, share an insider’s look at how to build a seawall and get us all talking about opportunities for art, design and play on the waterfront and beyond. All Waterfront Week events are free


DPD and Pecha Kucha Seattle Explore Creative Ideas for Seattle’s Future

Pecha Kucha Seattle, the City of Seattle and the Seattle Art Museum are collaborating on Big Ideas – Imagining Seattle’s Future, 2035 & Beyond, an evening of presentations by leaders from across Seattle’s innovation/creation community. The theme will be exploring grand visions of Seattle’s future. These discussion will hopefully inspire great conversations and ideas as we begin


23rd Avenue Community Open House, Workshop and Resource Fair this Saturday, September 21

 The 23rd Avenue Action Plan (Union-Cherry-Jackson) is moving into the "action" and implementation phase.  This Saturday, September 21 (9 a.m. to noon, Garfield Community Center,2323 E. Cherry Street) Central Area Neighborhood stakeholders will gather to provide feedback on proposed goals and policies born out of the community input provided over the past


We need your input!

Join us at Monica's Village Place, 140 23rd Avenue this Wednesday, July 17 to review the 23rd Avenue Action Plan and provide your input!  Staff will be on site from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. to hear what you have to say.  Don't miss this opportunity to have a say in the


23rd Avenue Joint Community Open House and Workshop on June 29

The City of Seattle will be hosting a community open house and workshop on Saturday, June 29 at the Garfield Community Center (2323 E. Cherry Street) from 9:00am to 12:00pm. This will be a joint community engagement effort for two projects: the 23rd Avenue Corridor Improvement Project and the 23rd Avenue Action


Join us this Saturday for the 23rd Avenue Community Workshop and Resource Fair!

Neighbors, business owners, students, faculty at the local schools, parents, developers, non-profits are coming to have their voices heard at this important event.  In addition to the workshop there will be a Resource Fair where attendees will hear about projects and from providers supporting the health and strength of the neighborhood.  Organizations


Please join us for the 23rd Avenue Action Plan Community Workshop & Resource Fair this Saturday!

Please join us for this year’s first 23rd Avenue Action Plan Community Workshop & Resource Fair, Sat. April 13, 2013 (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.) at the Garfield Community Center (2323 E. Cherry Street).    Together we will identify new actions and a shared vision for health, equity and character of three important


Congratulations to the Rainier Beach and Broadview-Bitter Lake-Haller Lake Neighborhoods!

Great news: the Rainier Beach and Broadview – Bitter Lake – Haller Lake neighborhood plan updates are done! Last month we held the final community meetings in the update process. Approximately 40 people attended the Broadview – Bitter Lake – Haller Lake meeting and 110 people attend the Rainier Beach meeting. Deputy Mayor


Linden Place holds first National Night Out August 2

Come join your neighbors for this fun-filled Night out Against Crime event.  There will be food and games for the kids, and a chance to learn more and give feedback on the Neighborhood Plan Update going on in the community.  Click here for more information and here to read the press release.


Give your input on the 20-year Comprehensive Plan review

The Department of Planning and Development, working together with the Seattle Planning Commission, is inviting the public to weigh in on the important opportunities and challenges Seattle faces over the next twenty years.  The City of Seattle is reviewing and updating its Comprehensive Plan and needs input from the public on what