Subject: Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Newsletter

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HAPPY 4th of JULY!
 
 
Vote for Your Favorite Your Voice, Your Choice Park and Street Improvements

High Point and NewHolly Farm Stands Open This Week

Seattle Neighbors Can Offer Early Input on New Development Proposals

Learn How to Get Funding for Your Community Project at Our Upcoming Workshops

OTHER CITY NEWS

Join the Seattle Youth Commission: Calling all Seattle teenagers! This is your chance to stand up and make a difference in your community while also developing leadership skills to propel you into the future. (more)

Join Our P-Patch Community Gardening Program: With your own P-Patch plot, you can grow fresh organic produce for yourself and your family while also supporting your community and learning gardening techniques from your neighbors. Plots still available in select neighborhoods. (more)

Summer of Safety Provides Safe Space for Young People: Seattle Parks and Recreation will offer Summer of Safety (SOS), a free program that provides structured activities and a safe space for young people not connected to other supervised programs over the summer. (more)

Mark Your Calendars for Picnics in the Precincts: Precinct Picnics provide opportunities for each precinct’s surrounding neighborhoods to come together and enjoy an afternoon of celebration with the officers that serve their families and businesses. (more)

First Quarter Performance Outcomes for the City Funded Homeless Services System: 3,030 households exited homeless services programs to enter housing in the first quarter (January 1 – March 31) of 2018. This represents an increase of 1,241 households in comparison to 2017. (more)

Volunteer at Seattle/King County Clinic: Help this giant health clinic offer free dental, vision and medical care to underserved and vulnerable populations. The Clinic needs healthcare professionals as well as general support volunteers. The next Clinic will take place September 20-23. (more)

Free Summer Meals and Recreation Activities: This summer, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Human Services Department, and United Way of King County are partnering to host a drop-in summer program offering free meals and recreation activities to kids and teens ages 1 to 18. (more)

  
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SOUTH SEATTLE (neighborhoods south of I-90)
Seattle Releases Environmental Justice and Equitable Development Plan for the Duwamish Valley: The Duwamish Valley Action Plan sets forth a series of actions and strategies to expand economic opportunity, make environment progress, and increase investments in the South Park and Georgetown communities. (more)

Funding Available to Support Duwamish River Neighborhoods: Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking proposals to help fund community-based projects that improve the quality of life for communities living in the Duwamish River Valley. (more)

Join the 2018 Urban Ag Bike Tour: Join Rainier Valley Food Bank and Bike Works on a tour of Southeast Seattle's most beautiful food production sites. This summer's tour will feature four routes, all beginning at Bike Works and ending with small bites, thanks to Central Co-op. (more)


EVENTS

  • Puget Park Trail Work Day: July 5, 8:30am (more)
  • Lewis Park Restoration Work Party: July 8, 10am (more)
  • Neighborhood Matching Fund Workshop (North Rainier): July 10, 6pm (more)
  • South Delridge Community Group: July 10, 7pm (more)
  • South Park Neighborhood Association: July 10, 7pm (more)
  • Duwamish River Opportunity Fund Workshop (South Park): July 11, 5pm (more)
  • West Seattle SummerFest: July 13-15 (more)
  • South Delridge Neighborhood Clean-up: July 14, 10am (more)
  • Morgan Community Association Quarterly Meeting: July 18, 7pm (more)
  • Duwamish River Opportunity Fund Workshop (Georgetown): July 19, 5pm (more)

CENTRAL SEATTLE (neighborhoods between the Ship Canal & I-90)
Central Area Design Review Board: Seattle Department of Construction & Inspections is in the process of creating a new Design Review Board to serve the Central Area. They are currently finalizing a selection of candidates and the first Central Area Board meeting is expected to be held at the end of July. (more)

Frequently Asked Questions about Proposed South Lake Union Village: Learn more about the proposed tiny house village at 800 Aloha St. (more)

Frequently Asked Questions about True Hope Village at 18th and Yesler: Learn more about the new permitted tiny house village at 18th and Yesler in Seattle’s Central District. (more)


EVENTS
  • Chinatown-International District Public Realm Workgroup: July 5, 4pm (more)
  • Africatown Paint Party: July 8, 10am-8pm (more)
  • The Urbanist Monthly Meetup: July 10, 5:30pm (more)
  • Swedish Cherry Hill Standing Advisory Committee: July 11, 6pm (more)
  • Coordinated Response to Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation: July 12, 12pm (more)
  • Imagine Africatown Central District Design Weekend: July 13-14 (more)
  • Work Party in Volunteer Park: July 14, 10am (more)
  • Queen Anne Day: July 14, 11am-8pm (more)
  • Hing Hay Park Signage Design Party: July 19, 4pm (more)
  • Summer Picnic in Volunteer Park: July 19, 6pm (more)

NORTH SEATTLE (neighborhoods north of the Ship Canal)
Bitter Lake Playfield Lighting Improvement Project: Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the community to a meeting for the Bitter Lake Playfield on Thursday, July 12. The new lighting systems will reduce light spill into neighboring communities and be more energy efficient. (more)

Wallingford Playfield Play Area Renovation: Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the community to participate in the Wallingford Playfield Play Area meeting on Tuesday, July 10 or offer feedback via survey. (more)


EVENTS
  • Ballard Bridge Sidewalk Clean-Up: July 7, 10am (more)
  • Seattle Empty Bowls Ice Cream Social: July 10, 5:30pm (more)
  • Wallingford Playfield Play Area Meeting: July 10, 6pm (more)
  • City University Community Advisory Committee Meeting: July 10, 6:30pm (more)
  • Meadowbrook Community Council Meeting: July 10, 7pm (more)
  • Ballard District Council Meeting: July 11, 7pm (more)
  • Bitter Lake Playfield Lighting Replacement Meeting: July 12, 6pm (more)
  • Green Lake & Wallingford Paving & Multi-Modal Improvements Drop-in Session: July 17, 5pm (more)
  • Victory Heights Community Meeting: July 17, 7pm (more)
  • Maple Leaf Summer Social: July 18, 6:30pm (more)

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