Posts Tagged ‘Belltown’

DSA Named “Most Influential” by Seattle Magazine

The Downtown Seattle Association and Metropolitan Improvement District are honored to be a named in Seattle Magazine‘s Most Influential People of 2015. The DSA/MID’s management of Westlake and Occidental Square Parks has not gone unnoticed. Seattle Magazine has awarded the partnership with the prestigious Most Influential listing. Seattle Magazine wrote: “When Mayor Ed Murray turned the management of […]

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Extending RapidRide – More Metro in More Places

RapidRide may soon be expanding to reach other parts of Downtown Seattle. The City of Seattle is proposing to fund the extension of the RapidRide C Line and RapidRide D Line, providing more coverage to sections of Downtown Seattle. The RapidRide C Line extension would reach South Lake Union, providing a more seamless connection between […]

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King County Metro – What Does the Future Hold?

It’s a question worth asking. What does the future hold for our transportation network? King County Metro wants your input and time’s running out to provide it. King County Metro is asking for you to take a brief survey, a chance to inform them about dealing with the growth facing our city and our region. […]

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Downtown Lowdown: Week of Aug. 3 – 9

Downtown Lowdown: Your weekly dose of the top-level things, events, specials and happenings in Downtown Seattle. If it’s happening, you’ll find it here.   Monday, Aug. 3 —  WICKED at The Paramount KidsQuest Children’s Museum will be in Westlake Park every Monday for a FREE Science and Technology based kids activity. Join them Monday, Aug. 3 […]

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The primaries are coming, the primaries are coming!

Did you forget that the primary elections are August 4? That’s okay! We have you covered. This is a big one; we’re voting for City Council and the fate of Downtown Seattle is in your hands. That’s right, the big City Council election is almost upon us and we want — nay, need — you […]

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