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Plan Your Neighbor Appreciation Day Event

Here is a list of a few resources that may help you plan your Neighbor Appreciation Day event:

  1. Need an idea? We have created an extensive list to help you come up with ideas to celebrate Neighbor Appreciation Day in your neighborhood. Browse through the sections and you’ll find helpful information to plan a great 2015 neighborhood event.
  2. Want to participate? Organize a neighborhood event such as a block party, open house, potluck, or work party to recognize the day and your neighbors. It can be as big or simple as you want. If you are having an event, just post it to our online calendar.
  3. Need some help making invitations? Use our Neighbor Appreciation Day Invitation. Just fill in the details for your event, then print and hand it out or save and e-mail it to your friends and neighbors or post it in your neighborhood.
  4. Want to find the perfect volunteer opportunity? Check out the United Way Volunteer Center to search for opportunities. For a list of the ways that you can volunteer with the City of Seattle, click here.
  5. Send a Neighbor Appreciation Day e-card.
  6. Print off a flyer to post around your neighborhood or work area to remind people of the day.
  7. Neighborhood District Coordinators work to bring Seattle government closer to the various communities throughout our City. Click here to find information on your District Coordinator.
  8. Check out the Seattle Parks and Recreation calendar to find events going on in your neighborhood.

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