Two City Neighborhood-Oriented Events – Saturday, April 27

On Saturday, April 27, the City of Seattle is hosting two different neighborhood-oriented events:


  1. The Seattle Planning Commission, a volunteer body of Seattle residents, is hosting a conversation with renters and home owners about the housing challenges and opportunities in single-family areas. Learn about the history of residential neighborhoods in Seattle, and discuss your ideas for growing equitable neighborhoods. RSVP here.

    Saturday, April 27th, 2019
    North Seattle College
    Room: CC1161 9600 College Way N.

    10:00AM Sign in, join a small group
    10:30AM Neighborhoods past & present
    11:30AM Group discussions
    12:00PM Closing comments

    Remember to do your homework. Here’s a link to the 50-page report: “NEIGHBORHOODS FOR ALL: Expanding Housing Opportunity in Seattle’s Single-Family Zones

  2. That same day, Seattle Dept of Neighborhoods is hosting a Neighborhood Matching Fund event. Find out how to get funding for your community project. Learn what makes a competitive application.

    Saturday, April 27, 10-11:30 am
    Loyal Heights Community Center
    2101 NW 77th St