Posts for February, 2011

Partner up when using parks in off-hours

February 10th, 2011

We’re well into our conversations about defining the role of our community centers and how best to operate them.  As anticipated, we’re hearing a lot about the power of partnerships. It’s a good time to remind everyone about the value of partnerships, albeit a different kind. Though spring may be just around the corner and […]


Watch MOHAI’s progress via Construction Cam

February 8th, 2011

At the start of the new year, construction of the new Museum of History and Industry space kicked off.  The old Naval Reserve Armory along the shore of Lake Union Park will be transformed and our new regional history museum will open in 2012. A camera has been installed inside the building to track the progress of the […]


Last day to provide input on Seawall Project

February 7th, 2011

Tuesday, February 8th, is the last day for the public to provide feedback and help define the Elliott Bay Seawall Project. SDOT has a great website available for review and encourages your input:  The Elliott Bay Seawall, which runs from Washington Street to Broad Street along the waterfront, was built between 1916 and 1934. It […]


“Meathead Ordinance” goes live

February 1st, 2011

Ordinance 123369 goes into effect today. Known better by the nickname it picked up over the summer, the “Meathead Ordinance” relates to conduct in public places and makes nighttime disturbances a civil infraction. If you act like a drunken buffoon in certain places on our streets between the hour of midnight and 5am, Seattle Police […]


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