Up Your Ave (A UW Dawg Daze Event)
Sep
29
3:00pm 3:00pm

Up Your Ave (A UW Dawg Daze Event)

The University of Washington and the U District Partnership present Up Your Ave, a welcome event for incoming and returning UW students. From NE 41st St to Ravenna Blvd all along University Way NE, a.k.a. "The Ave," During Up Your Ave, students travel “the Ave” collecting stamps from participating businesses. The event culminates with a Party on the Street with music and games! There will be live music and tables with information on community involvement organizations. Great prizes, games and give-aways are featured at our local businesses. Come learn how you can get involved in your new community, check out the local scene, and explore the many restaurants and shops along "The Ave." Get all of the required stamps in your "Passport" and claim your free "UP YOUR AVE" T-shirt.

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Aug
17
8:00am 8:00am

Coffee with Chase

Are you looking for ways to become more involved in your neighborhood? Do you have questions about the work of the U District Partnership? Are you wanting to know more about what is happening in the U District? Join our Community Engagement Coordinator, Chase Landrey, for coffee and conversation during one of three drop-in times each month at different cafes throughout the U District. You can also share your questions and thoughts with him through his email at chase@udistrictpartnership.org.

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U Bridge Business Event: Zoning
Aug
15
6:30pm 6:30pm

U Bridge Business Event: Zoning

Small Businesses & Zoning Land use policies and economic development tools to support business districts. Come and join U District Partnership, Office of Economic Development, and Office of Planning & Community Development staff in discussing future zoning solution for University Way NE to ensure that it can remain a place for independent small business to thrive.

 

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U District Neighborhood Night Out
Aug
1
6:00pm 6:00pm

U District Neighborhood Night Out

Join us for a great neighborhood get together with activities for people of all ages.

This year we are partnering with several of our local nonprofits like the University Family YMCAUniversity District Food Bank, University Heights Center, and Scarecrow Video to celebrate the fantastic work that people are doing in our own backyard. So, buy food in the neighborhood, or bring some from home, and take it back to dine with your neighbors at our community table in the U Heights Community Plaza. Once there we will have music, games, and crafts for kids and adults to enjoy. We'll also have free delicious ice cream graciously donated by Sweet Alchemy on The Ave!

This event is a registered part of National Night Out.

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Jul
11
6:30pm 6:30pm

UDP Legacy Business Event

The City of Seattle has commissioned a Legacy Business Study. The Goal of the Study is two fold:

1) Define what is a Legacy Business

2) if Seattle wants to recognize Legacy Businesses what sort of Support should the City offer to them?

Please join us the UDP and the City's Consultants working on this study for a discussion on these two topics.

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May
13
12:00pm12:00pm

Christie Park Open House

University District neighbors, friends and families,

 

Please join Seattle Parks and Recreation on Sat., May 13 at Christie Park to learn about the park expansion and provide input on the design. Christie Park is located on the corner of NE 43rd and 9th Ave. NE.

 

Please participate in a short survey for the park https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NJR8Q29

 

For more information on the Christie Park project visit http://www.seattle.gov/parks/about-us/current-projects/christie-park-addition

 

Please post the attached flyer and distribute to your email list.  Thank you in advance for your help in promoting this event.

 

This input opportunity is being held immediately after the U District Partnership 24th Annual Neighborhood Clean Up to learn more about the event and the U District Partnership visit

https://www.udistrictpartnership.org/new-events/

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