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No Garbage, Recycling Or Food/Yard Waste Pickup On Monday, December 27, 2021

Due to winter weather and icy road conditions, there will be no residential or commercial garbage, recycling or food/yard waste pickup in Seattle Monday, December 27.

WSDOT Provides I-405/SR 167 Project Updates Via Virtual Meeting With Executive Advisory Group

People who are interested in the Interstate 405/State Route 167 corridor program are invited to participate in an online meeting Thursday, Dec. 2.

Seattle Parks And Recreation Needs Input For The Renovation Of Carkeek Park Play Area

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is excited to be starting the process to renovate Carkeek Park play area in northwest Seattle at 950 NW Carkeek Park Rd.  The community is encouraged to participate and provide input.

Paid Leave Qualifying Period Expanded For Workers Impacted By COVID-19

New legislation took effect in August that expanded the qualifying period for people who worked fewer hours because of COVID-19.

Community Briefs From The Seattle King County NAACP

President Carolyn Riley- Payne shared communication from NAACP-National regarding gathering safely for the holidays, even while Covid-19 is still a danger.

SPS And BSD Closed On Thursday, November 11th And Friday, November 12th

Public schools in Bellevue and Seattle will be closed on Friday, November 12 due to staff shortages.

Seattle Public Middle School Students Eligible For Free Unlimited ORCA Cards

Seattle Public Schools (SPS) and the City of Seattle are partnering to provide an additional 8,000 free, unlimited ORCA Cards to Seattle Public Schools middle school students.

Members Sought For Seattle’s Design Review Boards

Passionate about design or architecture? Mayor Jenny Durkan is looking for qualified candidates to fill 14 upcoming openings on the City of Seattle’s Design Review Boards.

Have You Used Your Democracy Vouchers?

Using your Democracy Vouchers is another way for you to get your voice heard in Seattle’s elections. Candidates running for office often need to raise money early to maintain a competitive campaign.

Tacoma City Council Seeks Applicants For The Community’s Police Advisory Committee

The Tacoma City Council is looking to fill seven positions on the Community’s Police Advisory Committee, consisting of one youth position, one position for Council District No. 4, and five At-Large positions.

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