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To ensure the commercial viability of the central area.
THE CENTRAL AREA AS A THRIVING ECONOMIC AND CULTURALLY VIBRANT COMMUNITY.
Meet the new community navigator
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
Micro Business Development
Small Business and Entrepreneurship Education
Business Promotion Planning
Post-Construction Customer Marketing
Contact: Edward Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org , 206.945.2136
LATEST COMMUNITY RELATED POSTS
Bring your friends and family to see images, art and stories from the Central Area neighborhood. Artists Jill Freidberg, Rachel Kessler, and Inye Wokoma have created a dynamic video artwork that takes you through the sights and memories of the Central Area. Come to...
Please join the Central Area Collaborative in it's Helping the Healing series of public outreach and awareness in the Central Area Community. Our guest is Dr. Meghan Venable-Thomas, Enterprise Community Partners. Dr. Venable-Thomas will discuss such issues as: What is...
Dear Friends: Healthy Youth CAN (Central Area Network) respectfully requests your help in learning more about community concerns and perceptions related to drugs and alcohol. We these surveys to inform and set priorities in selecting effective prevention programs and...
Community members. Here is a chance to influence development in the health care arena. http://frontporch.seattle.gov/2018/07/11/volunteers-needed-advise-development-plans-kaiser-permanente/
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
Attached are the latest community construction news for the 23rd Avenue and Jackson St corridor. 23rd Ave & Jackson Construction Bulletin May 2018 5.2.2018...
Central Area Collaborative pursues EcoDistrict Certification for Central Area Red Lined neighborhoods
The Central Area Collaborative looks to use the Portland, OR based EcoDistricts models as a mean to organize and frame all of the great works individual organizations, groups, non-profits and social services provide the Central Area community. The Central Area...
Central Area Collaborative is looking for someone to fill a new position – Community Construction Navigator
COMMUNITY CONSTRUCTION NAVIGATOR – POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT We’re Hiring! Interested in helping shape how our community is engaged in Central Area construction projects? Community Construction Navigator Position The Central Area Collaborative, through funding provided by...
Central Area Collaborative joins Mayor Jenny A. Durkan and Deputy Mayor Shefali Ranganathan for a conversation around climate action and environmental justice.
Members of the Environmental Justice Committee and other equity and environmental stakeholders participated in an open forum roundtable event to discuss community led concerns and potential solutions for the mayors staff to investigate. Our proposed suggestions ...
BUSINESS RELATED NEWS
Currently development projects being considered within the Central Area boundaries are governed by two different design review boards. This makes in difficult to respond to homogeneous design principles throughout the neighborhoods.The community is requesting the City...
There are 2 different boards that govern our buildings so it makes it difficult to manage developers. We are forcing the City to create a DRB specfically for the Central Area Neighborhood as a whole.