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Recent Council legislation makes temporary process changes to Major Institutions and Schools

All of us have experienced quite a bit of change over these past weeks of COVID-19 as we navigate this rapidly developing crisis – for the City and our residents. But our job, as the City, is to take care of our community. In response to COVID-19, Seattle Department of… [ Keep reading ]

City partners with U.S. National Guard to support food banks during COVID-19

If you have seen people in military uniforms about town this past week, it may be the U.S. National Guard. And they are here to help our food banks! In recent weeks, 252 members of the U.S. National Guard have been working in food distribution centers, serving food, and supporting… [ Keep reading ]

Join us for a community conversation focused on the impacts of COVID-19 on Seattle’s African American Community

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Updated May 26, 2020 Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, in partnership with Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Northwest African American Museum, and New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, invites you to join us for a virtual community conversation focused on the impacts of COVID-19 on Seattle’s African American… [ Keep reading ]

Neighbor Day encourages random acts of kindness

If there’s one thing we could all use right now it’s more kindness and camaraderie. This COVID-19 crisis has shaken us all – pushing us into places of fear and isolation. And, as with most crises, it has disproportionately impacted the most vulnerable among us – straining our social systems… [ Keep reading ]

Neighbor Day brings #SeattleTogether

Over these weeks of the COVID-19 crisis, there have been so many changes that have impacted our day-to-day lives. But it has also proven to us how creative and resilient we can be as we adapt to our new reality and focus on supporting ourselves, our families, our friends, and… [ Keep reading ]

#SeattleTogether shines a light on community connections

Over these past few weeks of the COVID-19 crisis, we have all experienced lots of changes that are fundamentally changing our city and our communities. This has been traumatic and challenging for all of us, in ways both big and small. But, throughout this crisis, we have seen community come… [ Keep reading ]

Secure historic buildings from vandals and theft

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON) Historic Preservation Program understands the need to secure buildings from vandals and theft during the current State of Emergency. We recognize the impact this may have on communities in the interim and suggest employing only the measures that are absolutely necessary. Use the following… [ Keep reading ]

People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE) will be paused for 2020

All of us have experienced quite a bit of change over these past weeks of COVID-19 as we navigate this rapidly developing crisis – for the City and our residents. Our job, as the City, is to take care of our community. In response to COVID-19, all City departments, including… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle comes together to celebrate people on the front lines in #MakeAJoyfulNoise

Let’s make some noise Seattle! Seattle’s cultural community in association with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (City of Seattle) encourages residents to participate in a civic wide celebration of people on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic response. Starting 8 p.m. sharp Thursday evening, we’re asking Seattleites… [ Keep reading ]

Get Connected to our COVID-19 Community Webinars

Updated September 1, 2020 Seattle Department of Neighborhoods hosts webinars connecting community to information regarding COVID-19 and more. Upcoming Webinars Our Community Webinars are on pause as we adjust the format to better meet the needs of community. We will announce the next webinar date in September. When it returns, the… [ Keep reading ]