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Friends of International Children’s Park yard sale this weekend

  The Friends of the International Children’s Park will be holding a yard sale and bake sale this weekend to raise funds for the Children’s Park.  The project was awarded $79,900 from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund Large Projects Fund.  Improvements to the park at 7th Avenue… [ Keep reading ]

Fun P-Patch Facts

P-Patch by the numbers: 37        Years old 73         P-Patch Community Gardens throughout the City 23         Acres (give or take)   2056    Households have plots

South Park Bridge Meeting June 9 at South Park Community Center

The City of Seattle will be hosting a community open house on June 9 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at South Park Community Center to announce strategies that have been identified to strengthen the South Park businesses and communities through the time of the South Park Bridge closure.  This list is based… [ Keep reading ]

Interbay P-Patch Salmon BBQ and Summer Solstice Celebration

Interbay P-Patch invites you to a delicious salmon dinner in the beautiful Interbay P-Patch, a vibrant community garden between Queen Anne and Magnolia. Saturday, June 19, 5:30 p.m. 2451 15th Avenue W., Seattle (corner of 15th and Wheeler, immediately south of the Interbay golf course) Cost is $25 per person, children… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Neighborhood Planning Outreach and Engagement earns Governor’s Smart Communities award

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, along with the Seattle Planning Commission and the Seattle Department of Planning and Development, shared a Judges Merit Award for their work around neighborhood planning outreach and engagement.  Click here to read the press release.

Community input sought on Walk Bike Ride Initiative

Please come to a community Walk Bike Ride session and let us know what your neighborhood needs for better walking, biking, and transit infrastructure in your neighborhood.  Is it a closer bus stop? More sidewalks? More in-city rail transportation? More bike lanes? More pedestrian spaces?  Attendees will learn more about… [ Keep reading ]

Neighborhood Matching Fund supported ethnic media project gets underway

Sea Beez, a project to connect ethnic news media, held its launch recently.  Click here to read more.

Neighborhood Matching Fund supported project hosts Youth Summit

SUMMIT UP is an annual conference planned and produced by youth organizers with the purpose of helping young people realize their own power and use it to better their communities. Participation in SUMMIT UP is FREE!  The event will take place at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center & Delridge Community Center… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle to launch community tool library with Neighborhood Matching Fund

For months, members of Sustainable West Seattle have been planning, organizing, and researching how to create a library of tools for the community to borrow instead of purchasing them.  With an award of $20,000 from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund, their dreams will come to life with… [ Keep reading ]

New Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities

Seattle City Council has confirmed the first fourteen people who will serve as commissioners on the new Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities.  To visit the new Commission’s web site click here.