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Seattle Channel features NMF-supported Hip Hop Conference

Click to view the Hip Hop Conference video.

KING 5 covers our new city landmarks

KING TV ran a story on the new city landmarks.  Click here to read and view video.

South Park Bridge closure meeting May 25

The King County Road Services Division will be hosting a second public meeting in South Park relating to the South Park bridge closure.  The Department of Neighborhoods has been working the Office of Economic Development to  outreach to South Park businesses and community organizations to address each of their concerns… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Council approves ten new landmarks

On Monday, May 10, the Seattle City Council approved landmark designation ordinances for ten new City of Seattle landmarks. Representing a number of neighborhoods, these ten landmarks exemplify the diversity and the rich cultural and architectural heritage of our City. The City of Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board, staffed by Seattle Department… [ Keep reading ]

Urban Agriculture brown bag May 21

Come learn about Urban Agriculture in Seattle and elsewhere at a brown bag lunch, noon to 1 p.m. on May 21.  Click here for more information.

Small and Simple Deadline Reminder

As a reminder for all who are considering applying for a Small and Simple Neighborhood Matching Fund, there is a deadline approaching on July 12, 2010. The Small and Simple Fund offers awards up to $20,000 for neighborhood and grassroots groups, in partnership with the City, to initiate, plan, and… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Youth Commission Hosts Youth Town Hall May 22 at Seattle Center

Do you want to have your questions answered by Mayor McGinn or a City Council member? Do you want the opportunity to talk with experts about issues that you are passionate about, such as youth violence or the environment? If yes, then come to the Seattle Youth Town Hall on… [ Keep reading ]

P-Patch volunteers work to increase community food security

The Seattle Times featured the work of P-Patchers and other volunteers working to increase food security in their communities.  To read the article, click here.

Capitol Hill, First Hill, Madison Valley, Madison Park, Denny-Blaine, Madrona and Montlake Neighborhoods winners in CleanScapes contest

These neighborhoods are located in CleanScapes Thursday collection area and are the winners of the 2009/2010 $50,000 Neighborhood Waste Reduction Rewards competition! Residents in Thursday’s neighborhood collection area reduced their garbage, recycling and yard debris by 19% during the competition period and will receive a $50,000 community improvement project selected… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate the Year of Urban Agriculture with Mayor McGinn and Sustainable Belltown

A touch of downtown class with a dash of social justice and community. Hosts Markham Petty of The Centennial Luxury Apartments and Elizabeth Campbell of Sustainable Belltown request the honor of your presence at our first annual downtown garden party. Enjoy relaxing afternoon refreshments around our beautiful urban gardens in… [ Keep reading ]