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Archive for 'COVID-19'

April 17: Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights Join the Seattle Fire Department beginning this Friday for ‘FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS’. Fire engines and ladder trucks from all fire stations will drive slowly through a portion of their fire districts from 7-8 p.m. targeting highly residential streets and areas with assisted living and long-term care facilities. Bring your kids and family […]

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Food Resources and Expanded Grocery Voucher Program

Working people in Seattle are struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our region is transitioning from having one of the lowest unemployment rates anywhere, to seeing unemployment claims soar statewide. That’s why Mayor Jenny Durkan created an expanded grocery voucher program, which will provide $800 in grocery vouchers to working people who have recently lost […]

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Following $1 Million Donation from Oak View Group and NHL Seattle, Mayor Durkan Launches Expanded Grocery Voucher Program to Provide $800 Vouchers to Workers Impacted by COVID-19 Pandemic

Expanded Grocery Voucher Program Will Support Workers Who Have Recently Lost Their Jobs or Experienced a Significant Reduction in Hours Due to COVID-19 NHL Seattle Donation Also Provides Grants to 21 Seattle Center Arts and Nonprofit Tenants Seattle (April 14, 2020) – Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today launched the City of Seattle’s expanded grocery voucher program, […]

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April 24: The Vera Project & Artist Home Present “Live From Our Living Rooms”

Join The Vera Project & Artist Home on April 24th for Live from our Living Rooms, a virtual benefit concert to support Washington’s DIY Community. Featuring a telethon-style mix of music, art, educational workshops, and guest speakers, 100% of proceeds will go toward sustaining young people and community centers disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, with a […]

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Safety and Health Practices While Shopping

Shopping Tips Attention Seattle shoppers! Our grocery stores are working hard to keep their employees and customers as safe as possible. Do your part to help slow the spread of COVID-19: Limit your trips. Buy only what you need for a week/7 days Respect special shopping hours. Follow social-distance guidance in stores. Buy what you […]

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Initial 250 Grantees of the Business Stabilization Fund Announced on April 13, 2020

Mayor Jenny Durkan & Seattle Economy announced the first 250 grants of the City’s Small Business Stabilization Fund. As of April 13, 250 of Seattle’s small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis have received a $10,000 grant to help with day-to-day expenses like payroll and rent. Read more here: https://bit.ly/3b6PJeH

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Fun and Inspiring Virtual Experiences Fill April at Seattle Center

Seattle Center continues to offer fun, creative ways to interact virtually with campus organizations and programs. The Seattle Center website captures these experiences in a new landing page, Seattle Center Arts at Home. Here are some of the ways it lists to connect with the Center this month online and over the airwaves. Seattle Center […]

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Virtual Experiences at Seattle Center Entertain and Enlighten

As our community takes the necessary steps to slow the spread of COVID-19, organizations that reside on the Seattle Center grounds offer creative ways to interact with them online and over the airwaves. Some have even developed online information and other helpful resources related to COVID-19. Seattle Center Festál has released a series of podcasts, […]

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