Brooks Village Greenspace Gathering – Youth – high school students and recent graduates

Thu, March 21 @ 5:00 pm 8:00 pm

We want to hear from Skyway youth about how to use the community greenspace at Brooks Village! Brooks Village is a lush undeveloped 14.3-acre plot of land just north of Grocery Outlet in Skyway. On a section of the property, Skyway Coalition and the Homestead Community Land Trust are working to build up to 55 new homes that give first-time buyers the opportunity to own a home that is affordable to them and remains affordable to future owners.

Details

Date:
Thu, March 21
Time:
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://skywaycoalition.org/ourwork/brooks-village

Organizer

Skyway Coalition
Email
contact@skywaycoalition.org
Website
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11410 Renton Ave S.
Seattle, 98178
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Proposal Development Community Meeting

Wed, January 17 @ 6:00 pm 7:00 pm

Join us at a Proposal Development Community Meeting!

Thank you for submitting ideas on how investments can be made in your neighborhood! The Idea Collection phase is now closed. Proposal advocates will work with King County staff to evaluate and assess the ideas that were submitted for each neighborhood. To share the ideas that were submitted by community members and discuss the next phase of the Participatory Budgeting program, the Proposal Development phase, we hope you can join us at an upcoming meeting in your neighborhood to learn more:

​Skyway/West Hill Community:

Wednesday, January 17, 6-7PM at the Skyway Library (12601 76th Ave. S, Seattle, WA 98178)

Details

Date:
Wed, January 17
Time:
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Public Health/Dept of Local Services
Phone
12062637901
Email
devon.love@kingcounty.gov
12601 76th Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98178 United States
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(206) 772-5541
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Skyway residents raise their voice at the Heal the Hood march and rally

The Skyway Community Demands Action Now

A message from WHCA

As is widely known by those who have called Skyway home for many years, this community has long been asking for and fighting for basic needs such as social services and healthcare, transportation access, early childhood education opportunities, services and resources for children and young people, a multi-service community center, and much more. Yet King County has relentlessly and deliberately denied, rejected, and overlooked the community’s requests and needs.

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