Nearby News: Locals invited to give final feedback on Greenwood/Phinney Park Development

Locals are invited to attend the final public meeting to give input on plans for the Greenwood/Phinney Park Development that is set to be built between N 81st St and N 82nd St on the east side of Greenwood Ave N. Seattle Parks and Recreation thanks the Greenwood/Phinney neighborhood for their participation in the last public meeting on November 2. […]

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BNDS Project team requests local feedback via online survey

The Ballard Natural Drainage Systems project expresses their thanks to locals for their patience and support during the project’s construction period. Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) constructed natural drainage systems (roadside rain gardens) in the planting strip along several blocks in the Loyal Heights neighborhood of Ballard to help improve water quality in local water bodies. About two-thirds […]

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Nearby News: Greenwood Library to temporarily close for refurbishing

The Greenwood Library Branch (8016 Greenwood Ave. N) will temporarily close on Monday, February 13, for refurbishing and improvements that support the changing ways that patrons are using libraries. The book drop also will close. Patrons are invited to learn more about the improvements at an open house at the branch from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, January 30. City […]

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Most drop-in activities now free at Community Centers

Thanks to funding from the Seattle Park District as part of the Community Center Strategic Plan, as of the first of the year, most drop-in activities  at Seattle Parks and Recreation community centers are now free. During a public outreach process, Seattle Parks and Recreation heard from many communities that even small drop-in fees can be a barrier for people […]

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