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Neighborhood Projects Fund now open for applications

The City of Seattle’s Neighborhood Projects Fund (NPF) is now taking applications for neighborhood-generated projects focused on park or street improvements. Applications are due February 1, 2012 at 5 p.m. The NPF is made up of two funding sources – Cumulative Reserve Funds (CRF) and Neighborhood Street Funds (NSF). The… [ Keep reading ]

City programs offer free trees for your neighborhood!

The City is offering  a couple of opportunities to receive free trees for your parking strip and/or yard.  Seattle’s Releaf program and Seattle Department of Transportation’s Community Tree Program both have opportunites you might like to take advantage of.  Click on the links for more information and applications.

Walk, Bike and Ride to help your Neighborhood win the challenge!

Help your neighborhood claim the title of “greenest of them all!”  Join the Walk, Bike, Ride Challenge and your neighborhood could win, plus you might win a cool prize!  Click here to read more.

Eastlake P-Patch Solstice Party June 21

The Eastlake P-Patch is proud to commemorate the completion of its volunteer-led expansion with a Solstice Party at the garden on June 21.  The event will take place at 2900 Fairview Avenue from 4-8 pm and feature music, garden tours, food and a silent auction.   The Seattle Departments of Neighborhoods,… [ Keep reading ]

Need street or park improvements in your neighborhood?

The deadline for the Neighborhood Projects Fund is fast approaching – Tuesday, March 8 is the final day to apply.  To view program guidelines and the application, please click here.

Spring Clean Your Neighborhood!

Spring is quickly approaching and that means it’s time for Spring Clean – Seattle’s premier community cleanup event.  We invite you and your neighbors to participate! This program is a partnership of citizen volunteers and Seattle Public Utilities, the Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and Seattle Department of… [ Keep reading ]