There are many ways of keeping in touch with neighborhood events. Here are just a few of them.
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Duwamish Valley Safe Streets
Duwamish Valley Safe Streets is a community group working to create a safe, healthy network of streets, trails and open spaces for people who walk, bike and roll in Georgetown, South Park and Seattle. Meeting monthly, since 2016.
Georgetown Block Watch
Georgetown Block Watch meets throughout the year at various resident's homes.
Georgetown Block Watch Discussion Group: Georgetown crime, safety and prevention measures.
Messenger: Notify each other in the event of emergency, crime in progress, or immediate need for help
No Facebook account needed - To be added, email: email@example.com
~ Contact 911 first in the event of emergency ~
Georgetown Merchants Association
Georgetown Merchants Association is committed to nurturing the diverse creative enterprises located within the Georgetown industrial arts corridor
Visit website for upcoming Events, including monthly Art Attack
Georgetown Open Spaces
This group shepards the Georgetown Open Space Vision Framework which identified neighborhood priorities related to open space and connectivity.
This group is currently focused on building community and developing leadership to implement top priorities.
Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Georgetown Strong was created by a coalition of community members.
Create, foster and maintain a healthy and safe environment for those that Live, Work and Play in Georgetown . . .
Current content pertains to the re-location of the Sobering Center to Georgetown.
Contact - email@example.com
Public Safety Task Force
Georgetown Public Safety Task Force, comprised of community members, was formed by the City Council and Mayors office with support from the Dept of Neighborhoods.
The final report issued by the task force is posted on Seattle.gov by the Department of Neighborhoods.
Contact - georgetownPSTF@gmail.com
Petitions, Surveys & Questionaires
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