Feb 13

More than 1,000 ideas submitted for Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets

Langston Hughes Performing Arts – 104 17th Ave S

This article has 26 other Seattle locations (Show)

South Seattle College, Chan Education Center, Rm 202 – 6000 16th Ave SW

South Park Community Center – 8319 8th Ave S

Southwest Youth and Family Services – 4555 Delridge Way SW

West Seattle Branch Library – 2306 42nd Ave SW

Southwest Branch Library – 9010 35th Ave SW

The Georgetown Stables – 980 S Nebraska St

Columbia Branch Library – 4721 Rainier Ave S

El Centro de la Raza, Room 307 – 2524 16th Ave S

New Holly Gathering Hall – 7054 32nd Ave S

Rainier Beach Branch Library – 9125 Rainier Ave S

Montlake Branch Library, 2401 24th Ave E

2100 Building, Community Room A – 2100 24th Ave S

Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center – 6535 Ravenna Ave NE

Good Shepherd Center, Room 221 – 4649 Sunnyside Ave N

University Branch Library – 5009 Roosevelt Way NE

Lake City Community Center – 12531 28th Ave NE

Little Brook Meeting, Jackson Park Tutoring Center – 14374 30th NE

North Seattle College, ESD/WorkSource Building, Room 142 – 9600 College Way N

Meadowbrook Community Center – 10517 35th Ave NE

Broadview Branch Library – 12755 Greenwood Ave N

Crown Hill Community Center – 9250 14th Ave NW

Ballard Branch Library – 5614 22nd Ave NW

Fremont Branch Library – 731 N 35th St

Greenwood Senior Center – 525 N 85th St

Queen Anne Community Center – 1901 1st Ave W

Magnolia Branch Library – 2801 34th Ave W

    More than 1,000 ideas submitted for Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks and Streets
    After wrapping up idea collection for this year's Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets, two things are strikingly clear: You all have a lot of ideas!!! We received just over 1,000 ideas for small-scale improvements to parks and streets throughout the city! This program is getting lots of new people to participate in the ...
    http://frontporch.seattle.gov

Dec 29

The resilient history of Washington Hall

At East Fir Street and 14th Avenue in the Central District, the unassuming red brick veneer of Washington Hall quietly blends into...

    The resilient history of Washington Hall
    At East Fir Street and 14th Avenue in the Central District, the unassuming red brick veneer of Washington Hall quietly blends into its pretty nondescript residential neighborhood, tucked behind a couple of maple trees. The most remarkable thing about its exterior is its name and date of construction announced in big white letters on its parapet: "WASHINGTON HALL, 1908."
    https://seattle.curbed.com

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