Halloween Event Roundup

Still haven’t figured out your Halloween plans? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our list of the city’s best spooky events. Trick-or-Treat on the Waterfront Head down the beautiful Waterfront to celebrate Halloween with an extra special early dosage of trick-or-treating. There will be free treats, games, a photo booth, crafts and more. You [...]

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The MID’s new trike team is already making Downtown cleaner

The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) is adding a second pressure-washing trike after the first trike received more than 300 calls in the month of September. The MID Clean Team provides cleaning services to ratepayers, visitors and workers within the six MID neighborhoods. Services, performed by the MID Clean Team include daily sidewalk sweeping, sidewalk pressure washing, alley [...]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of Oct. 13 – 19

Downtown Lowdown: your weekly dose of the top-level things, events, specials and happenings in Downtown Seattle this week. If it’s happening — and it’s “happening” — you’ll find it here Monday, Oct. 13 — Food Trucks in Westlake Park…EVERY DAY! Tired of your same-old lunch plans in Downtown? Starting today, the Food Truck Pod in Westlake [...]

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Pronto! Ready to Roll in Seattle this Monday

It’s finally here – a bike-share program begins on Monday, Oct. 13 in the most bike-friendly state in the nation. That’s us, Washington state. Pronto! Cycle Share starts service with 500 bikes and 50 stations in Seattle, including nearly 30 in our Downtown area, which includes parts of South Lake Union and Capitol Hill.  Here’s [...]

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Voice your ideas for improving Third Avenue

What will it take to make Third Avenue in Downtown a more inviting, accommodating and attractive place for transit users, pedestrians and visitors? Third Avenue is the city’s busiest transit corridor, used by more than 40,000 transit riders each day, plus tens of thousands of pedestrians. Third Avenue also has a reputation for crime, blank facades and [...]

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