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Neighborhood Matching Fund supported Alley Art installation celebration tomorrow!

An alley party with live music, food, and a performance artist will celebrate the completion and installation of the Alley Art Project—a new public artwork in the alley south of Occidental Square in the Pioneer Square neighborhood.  The party—coinciding with the First Thursday Art Walk and Cinco de Mayo—will take… [ Keep reading ]

Neighborhood Matching Fund supported Alley Art project to hold unveiling May 5

Plan to attend the unveiling of this alley transforming project on May 5!  The Neighborhood Matching Fund awarded $15,000 to this project to create a green, sustainable alley.  Panels were created that hold garbage bags for pickup, display green plants, and exhibit artwork, including glass produced locally for the project. … [ Keep reading ]

Crosscut article cites Neighborhood Matching Fund Trail to Treasure project in article on Pioneer Square

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund program awarded $83,725 to the Trail to Treasure project in Pioneer Square.  The project will create a master plan for an interpretive trail throughout Pioneer Square.  To read more about this and other Pioneer Square news,  click here.

Today’s hours for Neighborhood Service Centers

Here is a list of Neighborhood Service Centers that serve as Payment and Information Service sites and today’s hours of operation due to weather conditions: Lake City: Open – 9:00-5:00 Closed for lunch 1:00 – 2:00 pm Ballard: Open – 9:00-5:00 Open for lunch University: Closed Central: Open – 9:00-5:00 Closed… [ Keep reading ]

Neighborhood Service Centers are open today

Below are the  Neighborhood Service Centers’ hours of operation for today, Monday, Nov. 22.  All centers are open, however, most NSCs will be closing for lunch with the exception of two locations. Lake City: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm Closed for lunch 1:00-2:00 Ballard: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Closed… [ Keep reading ]

Downtown District Coordinator reports on President Obama’s visit to Pioneer Square

Yesterday, in my office at the Downtown Neighborhood Service Center, a few co-locators walked in the door with curious smiles on their faces. They apparently saw the Secret Service walking through Pioneer Square and rightfully guessed that President Obama was going to visit soon.  But where, they wondered. Much time… [ Keep reading ]

New outdoor market in Pioneer Square begins this Saturday

This new market, located in Occidental Park, will run every Saturday until September 25.  Click here for more information.

Art in the Alley, Neighborhood Matching Fund project, enlivens Pioneer Square alley

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods awarded $15,000 to this project, which seeks to revive a neglected Pioneer Square alleyway.  Click here for more information.

Historic Preservation Program hosts insurance seminar

The Pioneer Square – International District Community Preservation & Development Authority, Daniels Development Company and the City of Seattle Office of Historic Preservation present:   Brian Phoebus, National Trust Insurance Services (NTIS) speaking on Insuring Historic Buildings NTIS is the nation’s leading insurance agency specifically designed to offer comprehensive insurance… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor Seeks Candidates for Pioneer Square Preservation Board

SEATTLE – Mayor Mike McGinn invites residents to apply for three open positions (one architect, one attorney and one retail owner in Pioneer Square) on the Pioneer Square Preservation Board. Individuals who have an interest in the historical preservation of the district are encouraged to apply. The 10-member Pioneer Square… [ Keep reading ]