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5/2/2015
Detectives are investigating the death of a woman Saturday morning in Madison Valley. Shortly before 11 AM officers responded along with Medics to a home in the 2800 block of East Denny Way where a woman was found unresponsive. Medics declared the woman deceased at the scene. Crime Scene Investigators and Homicide detectives are on scene collecting […]
May Day 2015 Events
The 14th Annual May Day March for Worker and Immigrant Rights will take place in the Central District and downtown Seattle during the afternoon and evening. Other un-permitted demonstrations may also be held in the evening.
May is Bike to Work Month!
SDOT added a host of new bike facilities to Seattle’s already strong bicycling network in 2014. Our city has more lanes, trails, racks and signs than ever before, so now is your chance to join the ride. If you are a regular bike commuter, try to hit every day in May.
Asian-Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration at Seattle Center on May 3
Celebrate the cultures of Asia with a spectacular lion dance, youth drill teams, martial arts, taiko drums and incredible renowned artists from around the state at the Asian-Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration.
Bicycle Sundays start May 3 along Lake Washington Blvd
May is Bike Month, and Seattle Parks is celebrating by kicking off the 50th anniversary series of Bicycle Sundays.
Council Selects John Okamoto to Fill Vacancy
City Council selected John Okamoto to fill the vacancy in Council Position 9. He took office effective immediately and his first Full Council meeting as a seated Seattle City Councilmember will be May 4, 2015.
Metro and SDOT "Rideshare Meetups!" in May and June promote Neighborhood Carpooling
To help more Seattle residents get connected with carpooling and vanpooling options, King County Metro and the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) are hosting more than a dozen Rideshare Meetups! in six Seattle neighborhoods this spring and summer.
Cinema and civic tech at Civic Cocktail, May 6
It’s cinema and civic tech at the May Civic Cocktail, featuring a panel discussion about how technology can impact civics in Seattle and a preview of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).
Seattle Parks invites public comment on proposed smoking ban
Seattle Parks and Recreation is receiving public comment on its proposed smoking ban through May 7.
Spring Clean has begun
It's time for Spring Clean, Seattle's premier community cleanup event. Seattle Public Utilities invites you and your neighbors to participate through May 31.
Monica Liang-Aguirre named Seattle’s Early Learning Director
Liang-Aguirre will oversee the City’s investments in early childhood education, including the launch of the Seattle Preschool Program.
Neighborhood Matching Fund hosts free workshops for community groups
The Neighborhood Matching Fund is hosting free workshops in April and May for community groups interested in learning about the city's popular Small and Simple Projects Fund.