Posts Tagged ‘Metropolitan Improvement District’

Ballots now in home — Vote YES on Proposition 1!

The August 2014 Primary and Special Election has started, and ballots should have hit your mailbox…and we wanted to remind you to vote! Voters in the City of Seattle will see one local ballot issue on their August 5th ballot, the Park District Proposition 1, and the Downtown Seattle Association wants you to vote “yes!”  [...]

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Downtown Lowdown – Week of June 30-July 6

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, June 30 – Trader Joes’ Silent Movie Mondays: The Circus The fourth film in the Significant Silents series is THE CIRCUS (1928). The film was directed, produced, [...]

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How Clean is the Retail Core Neighborhood?

The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) and Seattle Public Utilities want to hear from you – people who live and/or work in the Downtown focus area – about the cleanliness of the Retail Core neighborhood. The focus area extends between 1st and 4th avenues, between Union and Stewart streets. This focus area lies within Seattle’s Center City Initiative [...]

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Classic Weekend Boats and Cars

Take your dad, grandpa, and the whole family to see the classic yachts and automobiles on Seattle’s Waterfront over Father’s Day weekend! The Metropolitan Improvement District in conjunction with the Port of Seattle is sponsoring the Seattle Waterfront Classic Weekend, June 13-15 at Pier 66 on Seattle’s Downtown waterfront. Over 50 Classic Yacht Association yachts will be on display [...]

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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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