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MISSION

To ensure the commercial viability of the central area.

OUR VISON

THE CENTRAL AREA AS A THRIVING ECONOMIC AND CULTURALLY VIBRANT COMMUNITY.

OUR VALUES

ALIGNMENT
COLLABORATION
COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY
TRANSPARENCY

Meet the new community navigator

LATEST NEWS

Let the Community Navigator help you solve business challenges brought on by construction within our neighborhoods. (SDOT, City Light, PSE)

Tell the community what your organizations are planning within the Central Area.

Construction Disruption Business Assistance Program

The Office of Economic Development and SDOT in partnership with the Central Area Collaborative are launching a program to provide businesses assistance during construction events that disrupt normal business activities. Current SDOT construction on 23rd and Jackson and South on 23rd to Ranier Ave S are priority for assistance.

Services in Support of Construction Affected Businesses include:

Signage and Wayfinding Improvements
Construction Impact Mitigation
Business Consulting
Micro Business Development
Small Business and Entrepreneurship Education
Business Promotion Planning
Post-Construction Customer Marketing

Contact: Edward Hill, navigator@cacseattle.org , 206.945.2136

LATEST COMMUNITY RELATED POSTS

Small Business Survey

The Office of Economic Development is asking how they can help support YOU...the small business owner. Please respond and make your concerns known. Survey-Introduction-Link

Liberty Bank Building Update

More great news from the Liberty Bank Building Project... Liberty Bank Flyer For more information on this project follow the link: Liberty Bank Building...

Design Guidelines coming to the Central Area

The Central Area Neighborhood Design Guidelines Coalition, met with the Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee on 21 March 2018, to speak to the adoption of Central Area Neighborhood Design Guidelines. Additionally, introduced is the creation of a new Design Review...

Central Area Metro Routes 4 and 48 change for 1 year!

This spring, both routes will move from 23rd Avenue S to Martin LutherKing Jr. Way S between S Jackson Street and Rainier Avenue S. Please let the Central Area Collaborative know how this affects your commuting time and transportation needs in general. Metro Flyer...

BUSINESS RELATED NEWS