Welcome to the Downtown Safety Connection – Your Advocate for Change

Downtown Seattle is an exciting place, full of activity and growth. At the same time, there are areas that need some attention. City leaders have committed to help us solve these problems and they need to know if you’re seeing illegal or unsafe activity.

The DSA is your advocate, and the Downtown Safety Connection is a vehicle to bring your concerns to the city’s decision makers. We will share your Downtown public safety comments and share them with the appropriate departments, connecting you with the people who can best help us make Downtown Seattle the inviting and safe urban area we all want it to be.

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IF A CRIME IS IN PROGRESS OR IT IS AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

Complete the form below to let city leaders know what ongoing issues you're seeing in Downtown:

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IF A CRIME IS IN PROGRESS OR IT IS AN EMERGENCY SITUATION, CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

Human Services Outreach

The MID Outreach Ambassadors have connected, more than 700 people to case management, housing, employment, mental health and substance abuse services. The Outreach Ambassadors provide a compassionate and effective approach to concerns about Downtown’s most vulnerable population. Learn More

Public Area Management

In The MID Public Realm program audits conditions on the ground of streetscape amenities and the urban environment to determine “hot spots” or areas where there are gaps in services, ensuring the M|D’s six neighborhoods are inviting, clean and safe. Learn More

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The MID Outreach Ambassadors have connected, more than 700 people to case management, housing, employment, mental health and substance abuse services. The Outreach Ambassadors provide a compassionate and effective approach to concerns about Downtown’s most vulnerable population. Learn More
In The MID Public Realm program audits conditions on the ground of streetscape amenities and the urban environment to determine “hot spots” or areas where there are gaps in services, ensuring the M|D’s six neighborhoods are inviting, clean and safe. Learn More