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Harrell Seeks Members For Three Landmarks Preservation Board Positions

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell is seeking three new members to serve on the Landmarks Preservation Board in the Architect, Real Estate, and Finance positions. The 12-member Landmarks Preservation Board makes recommendations to Seattle City Council for landmark designation, and reviews proposed alterations to designated features of landmark properties.

Watch Out For Charity Scams Seeking To Profit From The Crisis In Ukraine

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson is warning Washingtonians to be on the lookout for scammers targeting donations to aid Ukraine and Ukrainian refugees amid Russia’s ongoing invasion. Ferguson is asking Washingtonians to report suspicious solicitations to his office.

City Of Renton Seeks Candidates For Senior Advisory Board 

The City of Renton is seeking candidates to serve on the Senior Advisory Board. 

Construction for accessibility improvements at Rainier Community Center begins June 2022

Seattle Parks and Recreation will begin construction on accessibility improvements at the Rainier Community Center in June 2022. Both the community center and parking...

King County Library System To Expand Hours Of Operation

Starting Sunday, February 27, the King County Library System (KCLS) will increase hours of operation by 18% System-wide.

Seattle Area Divine 9 2022 Scholarship Resources

2022 scholarship information for Black fraternities and sororities in Seattle.

Garbage, Recycling And Yard/Food Waste Pickups Resume Today, January 3, 2022

Residential Solid Waste Collections are as normal for Monday, January 3.

All Library Locations Closed On Thursday, Dec. 30

On Thursday, Dec. 30, all locations of The Seattle Public Library will be closed due to inclement weather and staffing limitations.

No Garbage, Recycling Or Yard/Food Waste Pickup For Residential Customers On December 29

Due to remaining ice and snow resulting in unsafe conditions, there will be no residential garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup in Seattle Wednesday, December 29.

Garbage, Recycling and Food/Yard Waste Collection Is Cancelled For Tuesday, December 28

Due to significant remaining snow and ice on residential streets in Seattle, solid waste collections will not be able to safely operate Tuesday, December 28. Garbage, recycling and yard/food waste pickup is cancelled. 

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