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Neighborhood Matching Fund

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Use the Neighborhood Matching Fund to Support your Neighborhood Greenway Project

Seattle is building a network of neighborhood greenways. Neighborhood greenways are safer, calm residential streets for you, your family and neighbors. Neighborhood greenways do not add bike lanes, and there are minimal, if any, on-street parking impacts. They are mostly funded through the nine-year voter approved Bridging the Gap Levy. Existing greenways include: 39th Avenue […]

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Youth can Connect with Employers and Educators at Resource Fair

Young people ages 15 to 22 are invited to attend the annual Youth Employment, Education and Career Fair on Feb. 19th, 1-4 p.m. at Goodwill Seattle, 700 Dearborn Pl. S, Seattle 98144. Sponsored by Human Services Department’s Seattle Youth Employment Program in partnership with King County, WorkSource Seattle-King County and Seattle Goodwill, the fair features […]

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Join in Activities to Celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day on February 8

Celebrate Seattle’s 20th annual Neighbor Appreciation Day, a special day to reach out to neighbors and express thanks to all who make each neighborhood a great place. City departments, community groups, and residents across Seattle are hosting work parties, special events, guided walks, and fire station open houses on Saturday, February 8 to celebrate this […]

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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 the process of […]

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Swag-o-Rama at the U-District Farmers’ Market this Saturday!

Autumn Apple Pressing Garden Party!

Join us on Saturday, September 28 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Greg’s Garden P-Patch, 14th Ave NW and 54th St. (behind the Safeway on Market St.) Explore the garden and meet your neighbors! cider from an old fashioned press * homemade treats * activities for kids $5 suggested donation (to benefit the garden)

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Fill the Hunger gap this Summer

On Friday, June 21st, Mayor McGinn kicked off Seattle’s Summer Food Service Program, which offers FREE breakfasts, lunches and snacks to kids age 1 to 18 at approximately 100 community sites. During the school year, thousands of children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch through Seattle Public Schools. When school lets out, many of […]

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Real Change reports on NMF Supported “Music is my Life” project

The Music is my Life project explores the role music plays in the lives of homeless youth.  The project received an award of $12, 463 from the Neighborhood Matching Fund Small and Simple Projects Fund.  Click here to read the article.  

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1st Annual All City Barbershop Chat

Neighboring barbers will provide free basic haricuts to fathers and their son(s).  This project will also provide food, entertainment, guest speakers and a facilitator to provoke and engage in an open discussion to address the issues of strengthening the relationship between a father and son.  We encourage male mentors and father figures to bring your […]

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Mayor and Seattle Office for Education Announce the 2013 Families and Education Levy Summer Learning Grant Recipients

Mayor Mike McGinn, Seattle Public School officials, community leaders, and local students and parents, gathered at Northgate Elementary School to announce the beginning of a city-wide investment plan to support summer learning programs – the first of its kind – included in the 2011 Families and Education Levy.  The Levy will invest in school and […]

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