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Seattle City Light has completed the majority of its electrical infrastructure construction activity along the Burke-Gilman Trail through the University of Washington’s west campus.
Applying for the Utility Discount Program easier than ever
The Utility Discount Program helps income qualified Seattle City Light customers lower their electric bills by 60%, and the process has been streamlined to make it easier to apply.
Summer Youth Employment
The 2015 Summer Youth Internship Program is now accepting applications. The summer internship program is open to youth and young adults, ages 14-24 who live in Seattle.
Mayor launches Move Seattle transportation strategy
Mayor Ed Murray has launched Move Seattle, his 10-year vision for transportation in Seattle, providing a comprehensive strategy that will improve how people and goods move around the city.
Seattle 2035: Preserving Industrial Land
City staff will host information and public feedback meetings in March to discuss specific land use policies for designated Manufacturing and Industrial Centers that will preserve these areas for ongoing industrial use.
$470,000 in matching funds offered for technology projects
The City of Seattle invites community organizations and nonprofits to apply for nearly $500,000 in funding to increase digital equity. The deadline to apply is March 19.
Seattle reLeaf seeks Tree Ambassadors
Tree Ambassadors are volunteers who help nurture Seattle's trees with the goal of caring for and growing the urban forest. There will be volunteer training events in March and April.
How you can help SDOT's Access Seattle on our streets
If you see a problem with street use around a Seattle construction site, email the SDOT Access Seattle team to let them know about it.
Workshops announced for applicants to Large Projects Fund
The Neighborhood Matching Fund is hosting workshops for those interested in applying to the Large Projects Fund.
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.