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Small Sparks Funds still Available for Spring Clean!

If your neighborhood would like to participate in Spring Clean, the city’s annual community clean-up event, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has a fund to support your activity. The Small Sparks Fund provides matching dollars for neighborhood-initiated projects that promote community engagement. Community groups can request up to $1,000 to help… [ Keep reading ]

Lots of Joy and Creativity at the 13th Annual U District Swag Party

More than 200 people participated in one of the University District’s favorite traditions, the U District Swag Event. Held at the U District Farmers Market, neighbors gathered greens, pine cones, ribbon and wire and let their creativity run wild!  Plus, for the first time, neighbors made enough swags for the… [ Keep reading ]

Southeast Seattle Water Main Break – Seattle Public Utilities advises affected customers to not drink the water until further notice

Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) crews are working this morning to restore water to portions of southeast Seattle after a 20-inch water main broke on South Juneau Street, just east of Martin Luther King Jr.Way, in the early hours of the morning. As many as 1,300 homes may be affected by… [ Keep reading ]

P-Patch gardeners graduate from first multilingual Master Composter class

Helping the City of Seattle stay green and improve its environment, the Seattle P-Patch Gardening Program preserves green space as community gardens throughout Seattle and helps residents grow fresh organic produce. Improving the soil is the best way to grow great vegetables and preserve the environment of the City’s community… [ Keep reading ]

Spring Clean supplies available at Neighborhood Service Centers

SEATTLE — Spring has arrived and Seattleites are gearing up to take part in the city’s longest-running neighborhood cleanup program – Spring Clean.  The Seattle Department of Neighborhood’s Neighborhood Service Centers will be stocked with cleaning supplies for volunteers to spruce up their neighborhoods. Spring Clean, now in its 24th… [ Keep reading ]