Night Out August 2 

July 14, 2022

This national event Tuesday evening, August 2, is for neighbors to enjoy time together on side streets in their community to connect and share food while heightening crime prevention awareness. To register your block for the event or to find an event near you for National Night Out, use this link. For more immediate crime prevention needs, contact a Crime Prevention Coordinator through the City … Read More

Navigating Spring and Summer Road Messes

May 11, 2022

Both the Montlake Cut and I-5 South areas are likely to create frequent construction obstacles and travel nightmares as work continues on SR520 and I-5. Transit could be a great option. Check out the King County Metro website for all the details and to find tips for bus/light rail routes, schedules, and fares; ORCA card … Read More

Walk-up COVID Testing

May 11, 2022

The City of Seattle provides free Covid-19 testing through the University ofWashington. The test site is just off Mary Gates Memorial Drive at 4113 FranklinPlace NE. Testing is by appointment and is walk up only. Daily 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Schedule an appointment – note that testing does not meet pre-surgery requirements. The Citywill … Read More

Seattle Day of Service Saturday, May 21

May 11, 2022

The One Seattle Day of Service is an invitation from Mayor Harrell “to every Seattle neighbor to roll up your sleeves, come together, and give back…. A wide range of opportunities include cleaning and beautification, gardening and restoration, helping neighbors in need, and more.” Many City-wide volunteer slots are filled, but check the City’s website … Read More