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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

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Neighborhood Park and Street Fund Application Deadline Approaching!

Don't miss your chance to get funding to improve a sidewalk, park or street in your neighborhood!  February 3 is the deadline to apply to this year's Neighborhood Park and Street Fund.  To learn more and download an application, click here.

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Neighborhood Park and Street Fund now Accepting Applications

Deadline is February 3.  Click here to read more.

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Mayor McGinn announces nearly $14 million in neighborhood transportation investments

Mayor Mike McGinn today announced nearly $14 million in neighborhood transportation investments throughout Seattle as part of his 2014 Proposed Budget. These investments focus on the basics, with more funding for sidewalks, road paving, design work for bridge rehabilitation, and funding for coordinated transportation planning in four key corridors. “Seattle’s economy is

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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

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Is your neighborhood in need of some minor enhancements? You should consider applying for the Neighborhood Park & Street Fund – Deadline is February 4!

It could be a marked crosswalk, a curb ramp, a short-stretch of sidewalk, sidewalk repair, curb bulbs, pedestrian countdown signals, a median island, or a traffic circle.  Or maybe your neighborhood park could use some playground improvements, trail upgrades, tennis or basketball court repaving, park benches or tables, or accessibility improvements?  The

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Time is Running Out! Apply for Neighborhood Park and Street Improvements Today!

Need a sidewalk repaired in your neighborhood?  Maybe your local park could use new playground equipment or trail improvements.  If so, now is the time to apply to the Neighborhood Parks and Street Fund!  Deadline for applications is February 4, so don’t delay - apply today!  Click here for more information and

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City of Seattle’s Neighborhood Park and Street Fund now accepting proposals

The city of Seattle is now accepting proposals to the Neighborhood Park and Street Fund (NPSF), formerly known as the Neighborhood Projects Fund. This fund supports improvements to neighborhood streets and parks proposed by the community. The deadline for applications is February 4, 2013. The NPSF can be used for projects valued

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Applications now being accepted for street projects in your neighborhood!

The Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) Large Project Program is now accepting applications for the third and final round of funding from the voter approved Bridging the Gap (BTG) Transportation levy. This levy, adopted by voters in 2006, provides $4.5M every three years to select, design and construct larger neighborhood projects identified by

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Final week to apply for park and street improvements via the Neighborhood Projects Fund

The deadline to apply for this funding is Wednesday, February 1.  The Neighborhood Projects Fund is made up of two funding sources - Cumulative Reserve Funds (CRF) and Neighborhood Street Funds (NSF). The fund will accept applications for projects valued up to $90K for park or street improvements, such as pathway upgrades, tennis

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