Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

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FNC Thanks Laurie Ames for Her History of Help with Fremont Projects; Welcomes New Community Engagement Coordinator

Fremont and the Fremont Neighborhood Council has had a series of official Department of Neighborhood liaisons over the past few years: Tim Durkan, Jenny Frankl, Karen Ko, and, most recently, Laurie Ames. All have been enormously helpful, even as the Department changed its staffing and its relationships with the neighborhoods it serves all over the […]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE¬† Media Contact: Lois Maag, Communications, 206.615.0950 Sam Read, Communications, 206.727.8808 City of Seattle wants to make participation easier, tell us how SEATTLE (August 5, 2016) – The City of Seattle is shifting our approach to outreach and engagement. We need your ideas on how the City can keep you better informed about […]

Hi, Neighbor! February 13 is a day to say hello & thanks

“Are you my neighbor?”¬† Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods writes: Neighbor Appreciation Day began more than 20 years ago as a way to reach out, create new friends, and express thanks to our neighbors who make Seattle such a great place to live. Anyone can participate – from planning an event to inviting your neighbor for […]

PACE graduation 2014--Ralph Weathers of Fremont at far left in dark suit.  Thanks, Ralph!

City’s PACE program trains community leaders–apply by May 29

Learn how to be more involved as Fremont changes.¬† The city’s PACE program comes recommended by Fremont’s participant last year, Ralph Weathers. More, including online application, here. The 2015-16 PACE Application deadline is May 29, 2015 at 5 p.m. People’s Academy for Community Engagement This civic leadership development program is dedicated to teaching hands-on engagement […]