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Adjustments to our 2020 budget

Over the past few months, we have all been enduring unprecedented change that is fundamentally altering our City. In response to COVID-19, all City of Seattle departments, including Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, have shifted our work and efforts to support our communities during this crisis. And, we will continue to adapt… [ Keep reading ]

New Seattle Department of Neighborhoods programs coming to you in 2020

Last month, Mayor Durkan signed the 2020 City Budget adopted earlier by Seattle City Council. This budget includes exciting new programs for Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and continues to lay the groundwork to further improve our efforts to support and coordinate city outreach and engagement. DON will play an expanded… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor Jenny Durkan Signs 2019-2020 Budget: What does this mean for DON?

Last week, Mayor Durkan signed the 2019-2020 City Budget that was adopted this month by Seattle City Council. The budget includes new opportunities for Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, as well as a few reductions that we are addressing with staffing realignments and better program collaboration. Let me share the changes… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor Durkan’s 2019-20 Proposed Budget

Message from Andrés Mantilla, Director of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Dear Community Members: This afternoon, Mayor Durkan presented her 2019-20 Proposed Budget to the Seattle City Council. The Mayor’s proposed budget is focused on building a city of the future that is affordable, inclusive, and innovative, while also creating… [ Keep reading ]

2017-2018 Budget: Exciting Changes for Department of Neighborhoods

Message from Kathy Nyland, Director of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods: Yesterday Mayor Murray signed the 2017-18 City Budget that was adopted November 21, 2016 by Seattle City Council. The budget includes several additions and changes to the work of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON), and I’m pleased to share them… [ Keep reading ]

City Budget Process has Begun

It’s time again for the budget season! Last month, Mayor McGinn presented his 2014 Proposed Budget to Seattle City Council. It focuses on support to public safety, human services, transportation, and neighborhoods. The next step is for Seattle City Council to review the Mayor’s Proposed Budget over the next two… [ Keep reading ]

Budget News from Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

On Monday Mayor McGinn presented his Proposed 2013-2014 Budget to Seattle City Council. Click here to view a message from Director Bernie Matsuno on how the proposed budget affects Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON) and describes next steps in the budget process.

Important Closure Information

As a result of citywide budget constraints, the Department of Neighborhoods and Seattle Public Library will be closed for all business on specific dates close to the Labor Day holiday.    Service Centers co-located with Seattle Public Library branches will be affected by the week-long library closure, and the Department of… [ Keep reading ]

Furlough closure Monday, August 9

The Downtown Office of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, along with all of the Neighborhood Service Centers, will be closed due to a budget furlough day on Monday, August 9.