Posts Tagged ‘Downtown Seattle’

The Saints are Coming to Town…

…and, you could say they’re “marching in” but considering how one-sided their last trip to CenturyLink Field ended up on Dec. 2, 2013, we think it’s safe to say that the Saints are not exactly marching into Seattle. It’s a rematch of the week 13 34-7 Seahawks bludgeoning of the Saints, witnessed by a national [...]

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DSA’s Report on Urban Elementary Schools

Downtown Seattle Association  partnered with a team of student researchers from the University of Washington to examine elementary schools in various downtowns around the US. When a public elementary school returns to Downtown Seattle it will be a new experience for Seattle Public Schools (SPS). However, this trend has been occurring in downtowns around the [...]

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Downtown Seattle Transit Service Reduction Meeting at Noon Today

Come and talk with King County Metro staff about the service reduction proposals in an open-house style public meeting today With the current budget shortfall, Metro cuts will result in a loss of 17 percent of service, affecting eight out of ten riders and 74 routes to be eliminated. Facing these kinds of cuts, King [...]

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Downtown Lowdown – Week of October 28-November 3

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, October 28 – Seattle Interactive Conference Stay in the know with technology and learn from the digital trendsetters of today. Seattle Interactive Conference brings together entrepreneurs, [...]

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Voice Your Support for Public Safety Downtown

Urge the City Council to pass the mayor’s proposed 2014 budget and make Downtown Seattle more safe and inviting. In light of recent violent crime trends, Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) has been working to voice the public safety concerns of business owners and residents alike in Downtown. Recent instances of violent crime in Downtown this [...]

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