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Want a quick overview of Seattle government? Check out our new videos!

Here at Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, we are constantly striving to make it easier for you to get the information and resources you need to navigate city government and connect with your community. Whether you’re a newcomer or a longtime Seattleite, your voice and your contribution to the city are… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation and Seattle Department of Neighborhoods highlight new investments in South Park neighborhood

At a roundtable with community leaders, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan highlighted several new investments in South Park. The investments include expanded youth programming, extensive facility renovations, as well as physical and safety improvements. More than $3.2 million will be spent for projects that have already started and will continue over… [ Keep reading ]

May Day 2018 Tips and Information

Celebrated as International Workers’ Day, this year, May Day is Tuesday, May 1st. As in past years, we expect and encourage peaceful expressions of free speech. If you live or work downtown or in nearby neighborhoods, plan for potential traffic disruptions and for larger than normal crowds along march routes…. [ Keep reading ]

Participate in Seattle Emergency Hubs Field Exercise on April 28

Imagine if all power and normal communications were down – what would you do? Come see what your community is doing to be prepared. Join the Seattle Emergency Communications Hubs and the Seattle Auxiliary Communication Service in a simulated full city power outage field exercise on April 28, 2018 from 9:00 am to noon…. [ Keep reading ]

Stay safe and cool during Seattle’s heat wave

In case you haven’t noticed, it is HOT!!! And getting hotter by the minute! The Pacific Northwest is in the middle of an intense heat wave causing the National Weather Service to issue an Excessive Heat Warning for Seattle and surrounding areas through Friday night. We want you to stay… [ Keep reading ]

Get Information, Pay Bills, and More at City of Seattle’s Customer Service Centers

Did you know that the City has Customer Service Centers to help you find information about Seattle services and programs? In fact, there are seven conveniently located throughout Seattle in Ballard, Central Area, Downtown, Lake City, Southeast Seattle, West Seattle, and University District. There is even a Mobile Customer Service… [ Keep reading ]

Are Your Digital Communications Accessible?

Websites, web-based software applications, online videos, and digital documents in Word, PDF, and other formats can be accessible to everyone; however, none of these media are accessible automatically. On Thursday, April 14, technology accessibility specialist Terrill Thompson from the University of Washington’s DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology) program will… [ Keep reading ]

Info to help you stay safe in this winter weather

Visit our homepage and to get tools and information about the winter storm: http://www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods