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Potential Neighborhood Center in Georgetown

Updated: May 8

Help shape the neighborhood center vision!


Join your Georgetown neighbors Tuesday, May 21 at Tinte Cellars for a community workshop to provide feedback and ideas about a potential neighborhood center in Georgetown.


The City of Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment (OSE) has partnered with MAKERS architecture and urban design, Environmental Works, and the local Georgetown community to develop a building design program for a potential new, community-owned and operated neighborhood center in Georgetown.


The project is funded by the Green New Deal for Seattle. OSE has convened the Neighborhood Center Visioning Group (NCVG), a collection of local residents who live and/or work in Georgetown, to help guide the effort. The NCVG includes representatives from the Georgetown Community Council, Equinox Studios, Georgetown Youth Council, and Georgetown Business Association.


When: Tuesday, May 21st, 6-8 p.m.

Location: Tinte Cellars, 5951 Airport Wy S, Seattle, WA 98108


All ages are welcome and food/drinks will be available.





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