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Until yesterday I was unaware of Officer Whitlatch’s Facebook posts. I was shocked and disappointed to read her comments. We are working to reform the Seattle Police Department, and behavior of this nature seriously undermines our efforts. Today, I have taken these immediate steps: I have ordered a comprehensive review of the cases involving this […]
Neighbor Appreciation Day
Residents, community groups, and businesses will join together on Saturday, February 14 to celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day. Find out about the many ways you can participate.
Seattle Parks and Recreation opens Day Camp and Activity Camp registration
On February 3, Seattle Parks and Recreation will open registration for all of its amazing summer camp opportunities for youth ages 3-17! This includes a wide variety of camps including Nature Camps, Preschool Camps, Tween Camps, Sports Camps, Arts Camps and more.
$470,000 in matching funds for technology projects
Workshops will be held for those interested in applying for the matching funds, on February 10 and 12. The deadline to apply for the Technology Matching Fund is March 19.
Land Use Code correction amendments for public review
DPD is taking public comments on a public review draft of proposed omnibus legislation amending the Land Use Code and related land use regulations in the Seattle Municipal Code.
Free tax assistance at Seattle Public Libraries
Trained volunteers will answer questions and help prepare personal tax returns at public libraries throughout Seattle, offering drop-in, drop-off document, and by-appointment assistance.
Seattle Police jobs now available
Apply now for Entry Level Officer and Lateral Entry Officer positions with Seattle Police Department.
Upcoming art gallery shows in Seattle
The Office of Arts and Culture has curated a short list of upcoming art gallery shows in Seattle.