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Greenwood Service Center Reopens

After two weeks of drying out and cleaning up after a frozen pipe burst, the Greenwood Neighborhood Service Center reopened this week and is back in business serving the public in the Northwest District.

Neighborhood Matching Fund evaluation available

In 2008 and 2009, the Department of Neighborhoods assessed the impact of the Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) Program to determine strengths, weaknesses and areas for improvement. Read the entire report with recommendations here.

Greenwood Neighborhood Service Center Temporarily Closed

The Greenwood Neighborhood Service Center is closed due to severe damage from a water pipe that broke last Thursday. As cleanup continues, we expect the Service Center to be closed for another few weeks and reopen on Monday, January 4, 2010. If that date changes, the website will be updated…. [ Keep reading ]

New Board Members Sought for Immigrant and Refugee Advisory Board

Mayor Greg Nickels and the Seattle City Council are seeking candidates to fill three vacancies on the Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Advisory Board, a program of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. Called for in Nickels’ Immigrant and Refugee Report and Action Plan, the board advises the mayor and Council on issues… [ Keep reading ]

Neighborhood Payment and Information Services Team honored by Seattle Management Association

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Payment and Information Services Team were honored at the 26th Annual Excellence in Management Awards Banquet sponsored by the Seattle Management Association on December 3. Mayor Greg Nickels presented the Excellence in Management, Customer Satisfaction category award to the team and acknowledged the important role… [ Keep reading ]

Announcing changes to the Neighborhood Matching Fund

SEATTLE – In its continuing efforts to make the Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) more accessible and simpler for residents, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has made key improvements to this nationally recognized program. The Neighborhood Matching Fund Program provides cash awards to community organizations for neighborhood-based projects, and these changes not… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor-elect to host three town halls for the transition

Mayor-elect McGinn will be hosting three town halls during the transition. The town halls will continue the mayor-elect’s work to hear from community members and will be an opportunity for members of the public to share ideas with the mayor-elect. NORTHGATE COMMUNITY CENTER WHEN: 7pm, Monday, November 30th WHERE: 10510… [ Keep reading ]

February 6, 2010 is Neighbor Appreciation Day

Mark your calendar for Neighbor Appreciation Day 2010! February 6th marks the 16th annual Seattle celebration of neighbors February 6, 2010 will mark Seattle’s 16th annual Neighbor Appreciation Day. It is a time to reach out to our neighbors — to create new bonds and to express our thanks for… [ Keep reading ]

International Special Review District Board announces annual election results

SEATTLE – The annual election for the International Special Review District Board was held on Tuesday, November 17, 2009. Three positions were up for election this year. The results are as follows: Brien Chow won Position #1 for a District business person, property owner or employee. Marvin Rosete won Position… [ Keep reading ]

Read the Fall issue of Neighborhood News newsletter

The fall issue of Neighborhood News focuses on our Historic Preservation Program.  To read the fall issue, click here.  To receive Neighborhood News via email, visit