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Georgetown Neighborhood Center Survey

Updated: Mar 22

We need your voice! Support the development of a Georgetown neighborhood center.

Image, courtesy City of Seattle, outlines the initial planning phases of the Georgetown Neighborhood Center Visioning project.


Are you one of many Georgetown residents who has longed for a neighborhood center? Somewhere "the community can come and gather for anything or nothing," as current Georgetown Community Council (GCC) board chair, Heather Carney, states in her March Peeps in the Neighborhood feature? Well then, complete the "Georgetown Neighborhood Center Space Needs" survey!


Administered by the City of Seattle's Duwamish Valley Program, this survey seeks to gather input about a community owned and operated center. (In other words, what would your ideal Georgetown neighborhood center look like?) It can be completed in approximately 15 minutes and can be accessed via this link: https://forms.office.com/g/FD2YzTz4qY. More details about the project, including ways to receive updates, are provided within the survey as well.


So what are you waiting for, Georgetown neighbors and friends? Click the link and share your ideas, and please encourage others who live, work, and play in the neighborhood to do the same! The goal is to have at least 100 survey responses by April 1.


Questions can be directed to Grant Gutierrez at grant.gutierrez@seattle.gov.

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