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Director Stella Chao discusses urban agriculture on KUOW

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Director, Stella Chao, was a guest on KUOW’s Weekday with Steve Scher, along with Darrin Nordahl, author of the book, Public Produce: The New Urban Agriculture and Gia Clark, founding member of Alleycat Acres. The show aired on Wednesday, April 28 at 9 a.m. on 94.9… [ Keep reading ]

Youth and Families Community Caucus May 3 in Ballard

 The next Youth and Families Community Caucus, will be next Monday, May 3, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at  Ballard High School.   Be sure your voice is heard on this important issue.

Friends of McDonald School, Neighborhood Matching Fund award recipient group, to hold public workshops

Friends of McDonald School is a volunteer organization that raises money for community space improvements on the McDonald Elementary School grounds at 54th St. and Latona Avenue in north Wallingford. In 2008 the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) Program awarded the group $15,000, which, combined with $9000… [ Keep reading ]

Capitol Hill celebrates Unpaving Paradise P-Patch groundbreaking tomorrow

April 13, 2010 (SEATTLE, WA)—Seattle Department of Neighborhoods invites you to celebrate Earth Day this year by saying goodbye to another parking lot and hello to Capitol Hill’s newest P-Patch community garden, “Unpaving Paradise.”  Saturday, April 17 at 2 p.m., marks the groundbreaking celebration, when the Unpaving Paradise Committee begins… [ Keep reading ]

P-Patch gardens continue to grow in Seattle

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is pleased to announce the first full growing season of a number of new P-Patch Community Gardens.  In 2009 and early 2010 a total of seven new sites were opened, including Hazel Heights in Fremont, which recently opened in March. With the groundbreaking of these new… [ Keep reading ]

Funds requested for South Park Bridge

Rep. Jim McDermott announced that he is requesting $5 million to help pay for planning, construction and demolition of the existing bridge.  As the bridge closure date approaches, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is working with businesses and community organizations to mitigate the impact of closure on the South Park neighborhood. … [ Keep reading ]