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Winter Weather – Start Preparing Now!

With cold temperatures and the possibility of significant snow in the forecast, we wanted to share some tips to help keep you safe. The City of Seattle is prepared for the potential impacts of winter weather – make sure you are too! Plan ahead to keep your family and community safe. Website click… [ Keep reading ]

Planned Power Outage on Seattle Center Campus – February 10

The power on Seattle Center campus will be temporarily interrupted for approximately 9 hours on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, beginning at 9:00 p.m. The outage will affect all facilities on the Seattle Center grounds EXCEPT FOR: 1st Ave N Garage, 5th Ave N Garage, 5.5 Building, Gates Foundation Headquarters, Pacific… [ Keep reading ]

New Statewide Restrictions on Social Gatherings and Businesses as COVID-19 Cases Surge

On November 15, Governor Jay Inslee issued new statewide restrictions on social gatherings and businesses in response to the surge of COVID-19 across Washington state. Seattle was the initial epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in America. Unlike the other Washington, every step of the way our local officials, residents, and… [ Keep reading ]

Community Call to Complete the 2020 Census!

This is our last chance to take the 2020 census and make an impact for the next 10 years. We need you. We see you. You are a vital part of this community, and you have power—to be counted and bring our community the resources we need. Count today for… [ Keep reading ]

Child Care, Teen Resource Hubs, Seattle Preschool Program

.@SeattleParksandRecreation is providing child care for 550 children at 19 sites across the city! Scholarships are available for eligible families, and the sites will support virtual learning. Learn more and register at In addition, @SeattleDEEL Child Care Assistance Program can serve approximately 100 new families with parents who are… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle to Offer Child Care for 550 Children at 19 Sites Throughout Seattle

As Seattle families get ready to go back to school, the @CityofSeattle is offering child care and Teen Resource Hubs to help students and families navigate this unprecedented virtual learning environment. Learn more: Many departments across the @CityofSeattle are also offering great back to school programs to help Seattle… [ Keep reading ]

30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Our nation’s most comprehensive disability rights law, the ADA, turns 30 inJuly and Washington State will celebrate with these accessible televisedprograms: Sunday, July 26, 2 to 5 p.m. PST The Seattle Channel will air:• Presentations by Seattle’s renowned architect Karen Braitmayer• An original documentary, Bottom Dollars, by Rooted in Rights•… [ Keep reading ]

Scam Alert: Spot It, Report It, Stop It

Seattle City Light wants to empower and protect customers from falling victim to scam attacks. City Light customers, and utility customers around the nation, have been receiving calls by scammers posing as utility employees threatening to shut off power if a payment is not immediately made. The scammers are targeting… [ Keep reading ]

6/1: Mayor Durkan Issues Emergency Order to Implement Another Temporary Citywide Curfew Tonight from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m

Seattle (June 1, 2020) – Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today signed an Emergency Order to place another temporary citywide curfew tonight at 6 p.m., June 1 to 5 a.m., June 2. During these hours, residents and visitors should remain in their home to the extent possible and should refrain from traveling… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle Launches Seattle Together Initiative

The City of Seattle is launching the Seattle Together initiative, which is designed to celebrate ideas, share resources and events, and connect community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Seattle Together initiative asks community members to amplify stories of good work and resiliency by residents, elevate resources and share best practices,… [ Keep reading ]