Tag: Chinatown/International District
The deadline for submission of a cover letter and resume for one of two Mayoral appointee seats on the ISRD Board has been extended through Jan. 4th. We are seeking individuals who are architects and who have an interest in historic preservation and/or familiarity with the Chinatown/International District. If you know of interested and qualified […][More]
Posted: December 19th, 2012 under Ballard District, Central Area District, Chinatown, Delridge District, Downtown District, East District, Front Porch, Greater Duwamish District, Historic Preservation, International District, Lake Union District, Magnolia/Queen Anne District, North District, Northeast District, Northwest District, Southeast District, Southwest District, Volunteer.
Tags: Chinatown/International District, Chinatown/International District Special Review Board, Historic Preservation Program, International Special Review District, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Join us for the grand re-opening of the International Children’s Park on Saturday, March 3, 2012 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
The community celebration will feature performances by the International School of Martial Arts lion dancers and the Morning Star Korean Cultural Center youth performance group. This community driven park renovation revitalizes a loved neighborhood park! The new park is inviting with open site lines and lots of usable space. The old shelter has been […][More]
Posted: February 17th, 2012 under Chinatown, Front Porch, grants, International District, Neighborhood Matching Fund.
Tags: Chinatown, Chinatown/International District, International Children's Park, Neighborhood Matching Fund, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
The first “green street” in the Chinatown/International District celebrated its official grand opening on November 19, including a blessing of the plants with water from a traditional pump made in Japan. The design honors the Japanese American experience in Seattle, in the Nihonmachi area on Maynard Avenue South, between Main and Jackson. The project was […][More]
Posted: November 30th, 2010 under Front Porch, Neighborhood Matching Fund.
Tags: Chinatown/International District, grants, Maynard Avenue Green Street, Neighborhood Matching Fund, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods