There’s a meeting April 5th to talk to the Mayor. ***You can sign up here.***
- Take a sec to read the recently released Seattle Civic Health Index report. The report finds Seattle’s civic health to be excellent, but there are key areas where we can improve, specifically in connection and trust.
- To consider: How does Pioneer Square organize differently from other communities?
- Most of the press has been about the viaduct. City-wide infrastructure is a main priority. From the perspective of downtown, parking and crime are still a problems to be solved.
Fill out their online survey to let them know what you would like to get out of the Seattle Neighborhood Summit and what is important to your neighborhood. To learn more about the Seattle Neighborhood Summit, check back here regularly. You can also email SNS2014@seattle.gov or call Kathy Nyland at 206.684.8069.
Seattle Center has been renovated:
Ask the Mayor: March 2014 3/25/2014
Approaching 100 days on the job, Mayor Ed Murray joins host Brian Callanan and a live audience to discuss a range of city issues including rideshare caps, the creation of a parks district, neighborhood crime, universal preschool and more. The second half of the show focused on raising the minimum wage. The co-chairs of the mayor’s Income Inequality Advisory Committee — Howard Wright, Seattle Hospitality Group CEO, and David Rolf, president of SEIU Healthcare 775NW — joined in the conversation.