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The Seattle Department of Transportation invites you to attend the kick-off event for a study to improve transit service, pedestrian and bike connections, and public space along Madison Street. Learn more about the study and bus rapid transit, and share your knowledge and ideas with the project team. The ultimate goal of the project is […]
Mayor proposes 2015-16 budget
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has presented to the City Council his proposed budget for 2015-16 that brings more transparency, more innovation, better organization and better performance to City government.
Pedestrian Retail Areas comment period and project update
DPD has been studying a variety of areas around the city to encourage new, and protect existing, walkable neighborhood business districts. Public comment is welcome through October 2.
Seattle Hazard Mitigation Plan comment period
The City wants to hear from you about how they are planning to mitigate hazards. The draft update to the Seattle All-Hazards Mitigation Plan is available for public review through October 3.
Deadline approaches to apply for matching funds to support your neighborhood project
Workshops are available in September for interested applicants. The application deadline is October 6.
Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks nominations for annual volunteer service awards
Seattle Parks and Recreation is seeking nominations for the Denny Awards, which honor volunteer service to the city's parks system. The deadline for nominations is October 13.
Greening the Emerald City, one home at a time
Community Power Works is driving clean energy innovation and generating economic growth by delivering energy efficiency solutions to Seattleites.
Seattle Parks fall bucket list
Seattleites know better than anyone that fun doesn't have to stop when the rain starts. Fall is here, and Seattle Parks and Recreation has compiled a list of this season's must-dos.
How energy efficient is your home?
Find out with an energy assessment. Understanding your home's energy use is the first step to improving its efficiency and saving you money on utility bills.