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Summer Starts Downtown!

It’s summertime in Seattle! The longer, sunny days bring endless opportunities to enjoy all our city has to offer. Soak up the sun along the waterfront, catch an outdoor film, dance in the park, or explore a vibrant street festival – there’s something for everyone Downtown this summer! Check out… [ Keep reading ]

Good News Downtown Turns One!

Every week, we compile stories of a vibrant, buzzing, and exciting Downtown. To celebrate one year of Good News Downtown and help jog your memory of some of the great things that happened Downtown in 2023, click on the pictures below to see some of our favorite highlights. Want to… [ Keep reading ]

Downtown is Listening: Engagement Opportunities

We want to continue to hear from you about your vision for Downtown Seattle! As part of the City’s commitment to build the Downtown we want to see and visit, we’re looking for your input to help inform City departments on your priorities, concerns, and ideas while we implement actions… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Office of Economic Development Launches Seattle Restored, Matching Local Small Businesses and Artists with Vacant Downtown Storefront

 Seattle Office of Economic Development is partnering with Seattle Good Business Network and Shunpike to match 25 vacant downtown Seattle storefronts with pop-up shops and art installations.  These projects will benefit neighborhoods, small businesses, artists and property owners by creating vibrant and engaging streetscapes that encourage the public to visit downtown Seattle, support local businesses and support local artists—particularly Black, Indigenous, and other entrepreneurs and artists of color. This program is funded by the Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (CLFR) established under the American Rescue Plan.  

City of Seattle and Partners Host Second Set of Welcome Back Weeks to Support Local Arts and Culture

Masking and proof of vaccination are required at all City of Seattle Welcome Back events Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced a schedule of arts and cultural events that will take place as part of Welcome Back Weeks occurring from September 4-19. This is the second set of Welcome Back Weeks… [ Keep reading ]