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Neighborhood Economic Recovery Fund
The Neighborhood Economic Recovery Fund supports community-led strategies to reignite the local economy with an intentional focus on ...
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Camp Long
Located in West Seattle, this 68 acre park (entrance at SW Dawson & 35th SW) offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy nature, hike in the ...
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15.150 - Narcotics
Policies and procedures for Narcotics Effective Date: 05/07/2019 I. Felony Narcotics Arrest A. Complete a Report 1. Establish and ...
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Emergency Management - Landslides & Earthquakes
Our emergency preparedness effort has two goals: protect lives during earthquakes, landslides, and other emergencies; and restore essential ...
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Seattle Home Fairs
Seattle Home Fairs What Is It? Each year, SDCI hosts our annual Seattle Home Fairs. Our free home fairs include helpful information about ...
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Stormwater Code
Our stormwater regulations protect people, property, and the environment from damage caused by stormwater runoff. See also: Grading Code , ...
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Transitional Encampments - Documents
The City of Seattle approved legislation that responds to a 2015 Emergency Task Force on Unsheltered Homelessness’ key recommendations. ...
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Cable Franchises
Cable Franchises Cable Service Areas Map ( click here to view PDF of map ) This map reflects the areas where cable service is ...
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Safe Routes to School
Safe Routes to School is a national movement to make it easier and safer for students to walk and bike to school. Updated September 29, ...
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Neighborhood Greenways
Safer, Calm Residential Streets Amharic | 中文 | 한국어 | Oromiffa | af Soomaali Español | Tagalog | Tigrinya | Tiếng Việt --> ...
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Technology Program
Technology program offered by the Seattle Department of Transportation Updated: January 29, 2021 Here at SDOT, we use a variety of ...
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West Seattle and Duwamish Valley Travel Options
The West Seattle Duwamish Valley Travel Options portal is a growing hub where we are collecting and sharing information on different ways ...
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Street and Sidewalk Activities
Learn about how you can enliven streets, alleys, and plazas with street murals, farmers markets, and other activities! Proposed ...
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Preventing Sewer Overflows and Problems
Preventing Sewer Overflows No one wants their sewage back! SPU works to maintain, build and manage Seattle's sewer system to protect our ...
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Street Sweeping
Street Sweeping In partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation, we regularly sweep over 90% of Seattle’s arterial ...
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Lower Duwamish and East Waterway Projects
Sediment cleanup and pollution source control in the East and Lower Duwamish Waterways View the Duwamish Superfund Project pdf for ...
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Civic Poet 2015-17: Claudia Castro Luna
Claudia Castro Luna is an Academy of American Poets Poet Laureate fellow (2019), WA State Poet Laureate (2018 – 2021) and Seattle’s ...
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Apply for a Commercial Use Permit
Commercial activity in a City of Seattle requires a permit or a contract. An Activity Use permit is issued to groups who operate fitness ...
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Environmentally Critical Areas Update - Project Documents
We must periodically review and update our comprehensive plan policies and regulations for environmentally critical areas (ECA) based on the ...
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Rainier Ave S Landslide Mitigation Project
Rainier Ave S Landslide Mitigation Project Updated: December 2, 2020 Rainier Ave S Landslide Mitigation Project is now complete! ...
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Leading Pedestrian Intervals
We're stepping up our efforts to make crossing the street safer. Through Vision Zero, we're focused on redesigning Seattle's high injury ...
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Speed Limits
Speed matters. Learn more about Seattle’s speed limits and why slowing down matters. Updated: July 2022 What’s happening now? ...
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Vision Zero Resources
Vision Zero Resources Plans & Reports 2015 Vision Zero Action Plan 2017 Vision Zero Progress Report   Bicycle and ...
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Winter Weather Response
Our goal is to achieve bare and wet pavement on specified streets within 12 hours after a significant lull in the storm. Welcome to SDOT’s ...
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Center City Bike Network
Building a safer, more predictable traveling experience for people walking, biking and driving downtown. Updated October 7, 2021 ...
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