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Elliott Bay, Magnolia Bridge, and the Olympics

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My Neighborhood Map

My Neighborhood MapA guide to City of Seattle services located within your neighborhood.

Teen Portal

Connect to teen programs, local community and art events, jobs, homework help, health info, music videos and more.

Puget Sound Off

Puget Sound OffPuget SoundOff was created by your peers as a safe place for anyone between 13 and 21 to connect, collaborate and take action. There’s a ready-made audience waiting to hear what’s on your mind and share what’s on theirs.

Seattle Communities Online

The Seattle Communities Online Project helps neighborhood groups actively engage their community members by using online tools.


Every month, Seattle's Community Technology group pushes out a new edition of Brainstorm, highlighting achievements, opportunities, services and resources for community-based technology in Seattle.

P-Patch Gardens

P-Patch Community Gardens spring from the desire of neighborhoods to make connections and improve their surroundings through stewardship. All P-Patch Community Gardens are open to the public to enjoy.

City Inside/Out: Transportation Turmoil
King County leaders have proposed a ballot measure that would give voters a chance to save Metro bus service and fund roads. What led to Metro's financial crisis?
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Register for Classes and Programs

Seattle Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of classes and activities in your neighborhood. Browse our online registration system, SPARC, to find activities and register online.


Encore! Encore! is a Seattle.Gov web portal created for people 50+, including information and programs about work, arts, safety, health, fitness and more.

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