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Landmarks Preservation Board to consider nomination of Licton Springs Park for landmark status

Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board will consider the nomination of Licton Springs Park (9536 Ashworth Avenue North). The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 4 at 3:30 p.m. at Seattle City Hall (600 4th Avenue, Floor L2) in the Boards & Commissions Room L2-80. The public is invited to attend… [Read more]

Mayor Durkan announces $544,000 awarded to 23 organizations for community-initiated projects

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan congratulates 23 Seattle organizations that recently received grants from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF). Totaling $544,181, the 23 awards will go toward community projects created and implemented by Seattle groups and organizations. The grants range from $10,660 to $25,000, and awardees have pledged… [Read more]

Be a Your Voice, Your Choice VOTE CHAMPION

Help spread the word about Your Voice, Your Choice in your community. Your Voice, Your Choice (YVYC) is here to put community decision-making back in YOUR hands! This September, you and your neighbors get to vote on what park and street improvements will receive funding in your neighborhood! Help us… [Read more]

Public meeting scheduled to discuss zoning modification at Coe Elementary School

The public is invited to discuss the development plans for Coe Elementary School located at 2424 7th Ave W in Queen Anne. The Seattle School District is requesting a modification (also known as a “departure”) from a City zoning regulation for less than the required setback for the addition at… [Read more]

Summer Update: Impacts in Chinatown / International District

If you’re spending time in Chinatown / International District this summer, stay informed about construction and other impacts. We’ve got details on projects and tips to make your time in these neighborhoods as easy as possible. Also, check out one of these free events sponsored by the City. Print a… [Read more]

Summer Update: Impacts Downtown

If you’re spending time in downtown Seattle this summer, stay informed about construction and other impacts. We’ve got details on projects and tips to make your time downtown as easy as possible. Also, check out one of these free events sponsored by the City. Print a Summer Updates flyer in… [Read more]

Summer Update: Impacts in Pioneer Square

If you’re spending time in Pioneer Square this summer, stay informed about construction and other impacts. We’ve got details on projects and tips to make your time in this neighborhood as easy as possible. Also, check out one of these free events sponsored by the City. Print a Summer Updates… [Read more]

Hey Neighbor: Meet Susie Philipsen

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Hey Neighbor! series introduces you to the people behind the scenes working to build, strengthen, and engage the communities of Seattle. Meet Susie Philipsen Susie has been a member of our Communications Team since 2016. She brings loads of creativity and a flare for guiding group process… [Read more]

Seattle City Council approves landmark ordinance of the Ainsworth & Dunn building

Seattle City Council approved the landmark designation ordinance for the Ainsworth & Dunn building. This building joins the more than 400 landmarks in the city that contribute to the cultural and architectural heritage of Seattle’s communities.   The City’s Landmarks Preservation Board approved the nominations, designations, and controls and incentives… [Read more]

Tell us what you think about our website

Do you have ideas or feedback on how we can improve our website? The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has grown and changed in recent years and we are updating our website to reflect that. We need your thoughts and ideas so that we are sure to make updates that work… [Read more]