Posts Tagged ‘Metropolitan Improvement District’

Mutt Mitt Stations Installed Throughout Downtown

Mutt Mitt stations are being installed by Metropolitan Improvement District throughout Downtown to assist in cleaning up after our four-legged friends Seattleites love their dogs, and the reputation as a dog-friendly city has been well chronicled.  Even as a perennial top 10 city for dogs, there has been a gap in amenities for parents of [...]

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Mental Health First Aid Class Begins Feb. 6

Mental health first aid class – designed for Downtown business owners and residents – provides a deeper understanding of mental illness and dispels the myths surrounding it. Odds are you’ve probably encountered someone who struggles with mental illness. Maybe you’ve asked yourself questions like… How do I help this person? Or wondered… Are all people [...]

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Help Light Up Belltown for the Holidays!

Register today for the Light Up Belltown Contest and add some warm holiday glow to the neighborhood. Belltown Sparkles invites merchants and residents to add some festive lighting and holiday glow to the neighborhood this season, but entries are due today! The Belltown Business Association,  Metropolitan Improvement District, Belltown Community Council, and myBelltown.com are throwing down a [...]

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New McGraw Square Bike “Fixtation” and Public Bike Pump

Bike commuters Downtown now have access to a brand new bike repair stand in McGraw Square, soon to be followed by a permanent bike pump, to fix flat tires, make minor repairs, and more. Underneath the existing covered bike parking in McGraw Square, Sportworks has installed the new “Fixtation” stand adjacent to the South Lake [...]

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Downtown Outdoor Concert Roundup

Who wants to be cooped up inside a rock club on a Seattle summer night? Don’t miss out on the wide array of outdoor concerts this summer from national acts to local artists, and everything in between: Out to Lunch Concert Series The Metropolitan Improvement District sponsors these FREE concerts which run every Wednesday and [...]

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