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Officers are investigating after a man walking in Capitol Hill was shot in the foot early Sunday morning. Police Sgt. Michael Renner was standing at the corner of Broadway and Pike St. Sunday morning at 2:45 when he heard gun shots to the west.  Additional officers flooded the area and found a man who had […]
Murray to lead Delridge Neighborhood 'Find It, Fix It' Walk, October 3
On Saturday, Mayor Ed Murray will lead a Find It, Fix It Community Walk in Delridge with neighbors to identify physical changes in the neighborhood that improve maintenance and support public safety.
Croatia Fest at Seattle Center, October 4
Come to the Seattle Center Armory for live performances of music and dance, Croatian food, food demonstrations and a Croatian marketplace.
City Fruit hosts Orchard & Harvest Tour, October 4
Visit Seattle’s historic orchards throughout the city. Each orchard is planning special activities, including cider pressings, historical tours, and more!
Deadline approaches for Matching Funds to support your neighborhood project
If your group needs funds to do a neighborhood project, our Neighborhood Matching Fund may be able to help. The application deadline is October 5.
Community Conversation to Discuss Library Services for Children, October 8
The public is invited to discuss how The Seattle Public Library can better serve children and families with City Librarian Marcellus Turner from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8 at the NewHolly Gathering Hall.
Design Review Program improvements open house, October 14
This fall, Department of Planning and Development will hold community open houses to share draft recommendations and hear other ideas directly from community members.
Mayor Murray Names Rainier Beach’s Dwane Chappelle Director of Education and Early Learning
Mayor Ed Murray nominated Dwane Chappelle to be the first director for the Seattle Department of Early Education and Learning (DEEL). Chappelle has been the principal at Rainier Beach High School since 2011.
Mayor Urges Donations for Those Injured in Aurora Bridge Crash
Mayor Ed Murray today called on the community to join in support those injured the Aurora Bridge crash. United Way of King County has established the Sept. 24 Aurora Collision Relief Fund, with all proceeds to support patients and their families.
Information for Families of Those Injured In Aurora Bridge Collision
If you are seeking information about whether a loved one may have been hospitalized as a result of the crash on the Aurora Avenue Bridge in Seattle on September 24, please call 1-206-461-3200.
Mayor Murray presented a proposed budget for 2016
Mayor Murray presented to the City Council a proposed budget for 2016 that increases City investments to improve city planning and manage construction impacts, funds a mobile City Hall to bring services to more residents, reprioritizes human services to address homelessness, and provides funding for body-worn cameras for every police officer on patrol.
Watch the Mayor's speech on the Seattle Channel
Seattle 2035: Weigh in on the Draft Plan
The Seattle Department of Planning and Development (DPD) will hold five community meetings this fall to solicit public comment on the Draft City of Seattle Comprehensive Plan. Entitled Seattle 2035, the Draft Plan was released for public comment on July 8, 2015. The updated Comprehensive Plan will be our roadmap for Seattle’s next 20 years.
Mayor unveils $47 million Seattle Park District plan for 2016
Mayor Ed Murray unveiled his proposal for $47 million in Seattle Park District funding as part of his 2016 budget. This is the first full year of investments made through the district approved by voters in August 2014.