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4/27/2015
May is Bike Month, and we’re celebrating by kicking off the 50th anniversary series of Bicycle Sundays on May 3, 2015. During Bicycle Sundays, a portion of Lake Washington Boulevard will be closed to motorized vehicles from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Seattle Parks and Recreation invites everyone in the community to bike, jog or stroll along […]
Council Selects John Okamoto to Fill Vacancy
City Council selected John Okamoto to fill the vacancy in Council Position 9. He took office effective immediately and his first Full Council meeting as a seated Seattle City Councilmember will be May 4, 2015.
Know Your Rights: Cable Contracts for Apt/Condo Buildings
Free seminar for manager/owners/residents of Seattle apartments and condos. Monday, April 27, 2015. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Seattle Pacific University, Otto Miller Hall, Room 109. Sponsored by City of Seattle Office of Cable and Broadband. Register by emailing alice.lawson@seattle.gov
Lake City Community Conversation on April 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Join Lake City Future First and Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development for a community conversation about Lake City.
Monica Liang-Aguirre named Seattle’s Early Learning Director
Liang-Aguirre will oversee the City’s investments in early childhood education, including the launch of the Seattle Preschool Program.
Neighborhood Matching Fund hosts free workshops for community groups
The Neighborhood Matching Fund is hosting free workshops in April and May for community groups interested in learning about the city's popular Small and Simple Projects Fund.
Apply for Ethnic Artist Roster
The Office of Arts & Culture maintains a juried roster of visual artists of color to increase the visibility of artists from communities of color, immigrant and refugee communities.
Sign up for Furry 5K
The Seattle Animal Shelter's Furry 5K Fun Run and Walk is on June 14. Sign up today!
Cinema and civic tech at Civic Cocktail, May 6
It’s cinema and civic tech at the May Civic Cocktail, featuring a panel discussion about how technology can impact civics in Seattle and a preview of the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).
Seattle Parks invites public comment on proposed smoking ban
Seattle Parks and Recreation is receiving public comment on its proposed smoking ban through May 7.
Public art boot camp training
On May 9 and 16, the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is offering an intensive two-day basic training overview on how to work successfully in the area of commissioned public artwork.
Vote for your favorite Seattle Parks project this Earth Month
Through an initiative called Parks Build Community, one of three local parks and recreation projects will receive a $20,000 grant, and in April Seattleites get to choose which one.