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8/30/2015
As Seattle City Light's crews work to restore power to all customers affected by Saturday's windstorm, they follow a set of guidelines for determining which job to work on next.
I-5 ramp closures in North Seattle this weekend for sign installation work
Drivers who use Interstate 5 ramps in Seattle’s Roosevelt neighborhood should plan ahead for overnight closures and detours this weekend.
Voluntary Water Use Reduction
Seattle Public Utilities is asking customers to reduce their water use by 10%. Residents and businesses can help by letting lawns go dormant, watering plants 2 times a week before 8 a.m. or after 7 p.m., and reducing showering times.
Summer at SAM
Seattle Art Museum presents an entire summer season packed full of activities and performances that combine visual art, music, and community.
Concerts at the Mural at Seattle Center
Take advantage of the warm summer nights and take in the tunes from some of KEXP's favorite artists every Friday night in August.
Seattle Japanese Garden Moon Viewing Festival, August 29
Explore the Japanese Garden after hours by the light of the moon.
Festal: Arab Festival, August 29-30 at Seattle Center
Explore the cultural roots and current influences of Arab countries through live performances, foods, and a traditional shopping bazaar.
PARK(ing) Day 2015 applications are being accepted!
PARK(ing) Day happens once a year, on the third Friday in September, and is an opportunity for Seattleites to temporarily turn on-street parking spaces into public places.
Beat the Heat! at Seattle Parks & Rec
When it’s hot this summer, Seattle residents don’t need to go far to cool off. Seattle Parks and Recreation has a long list of places to get cool in the water, including beaches, wading pools and water spray features and outdoor pools.
Join SDOT to Discuss Third Avenue Transit Corridor Improvements
Meet SDOT on the street to hear about design updates and share your thoughts, on August 31 and September 2 and 3.
AlertSeattle: Emergency Alerts and Notifications
AlertSeattle is the official emergency notification system used by the City of Seattle to communicate with city residents during emergencies.
Seattle 2035: Draft Plan Published
The Draft City of Seattle Comprehensive Plan, released on July 8 by Seattle Department of Planning and Development, is available for public comment.
Shaping Seattle: Buildings, Putting Design Review on the Map
The Department of Planning and Development Shaping Seattle: Buildings map provides the locations and detailed information on active Seattle development projects that require Design Review.
Agreement will bring affordable housing to neighborhoods across Seattle
The Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) recommendations include focused density and a path to 20,000 new affordable homes.