Capitol Hill Community Post | Executive Constantine and Clean the World launch mobile shower for people experiencing homelessness in King County

From King County King County launched the mobile shower at several locations across the region to support basic hygiene needs for people experiencing homelessness. The mobile shower, purchased with American Rescue Plan funds, is part of key strategic initiatives laid out … Continue reading

Capitol Hill Community Post | WSDOT Travel Advisory: SR 513 Montlake Bridge to close Jan. 21-24 and one weekend this spring

From WSDOT Rehabilitation of the State Route 513 Montlake Bridge is nearly complete, but contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation require two more weekend closures as part of the project. The bridge will close to all vehicle traffic from 10 … Continue reading

Capitol Hill Community Post | Garfield Orchestra 2022 Annual Fund Drive

Garfield High School orchestra hosts its annual fund drive through Feb 28. If you can, please help support the 125+ neighborhood students who participate in this enriching activity. Your support subsidizes students’ activity fees, extra coaching in class, lesson scholarship, … Continue reading

Capitol Hill Community Post | Volunteer Park Trust Seeks an Event Producer for Our Summer Series

Volunteer Park Trust (VPT) is seeking an Event Producer to handle all aspects of a 7-event Summer Performance Series in Volunteer Park. Duties include securing all talent, production equipment and staff for these free to the public activities under the … Continue reading

Capitol Hill Community Post | When do you want your library to be open? Take SPL’s survey

From the Seattle Public Library In 2019, Seattle voters overwhelmingly passed a levy to expand The Seattle Public Library’s hours and services, as well as ending overdue fines. Now that all Library locations are reopened, it is planning ahead for … Continue reading

Capitol Hill Community Post | City of Seattle to Open Applications for $4 Million in Small Business Stabilization Fund Grants

From the Office of the Mayor With SBA Administrator Isabella Guzman, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced that the City will now accept applications for the Small Business Stabilization Fund (SBSF) provided by the Seattle Office of Economic Development (OED). OED will award an additional $4 million in grants to help stabilize … Continue reading

Capitol Hill Community Post | Tracing The Rocket’s Capitol Hill vapor trails

By Todd Matthews The COVID-19 pandemic led many people to take up new hobbies—solving jigsaw puzzles, baking bread, or bingeing Netflix shows—to curb boredom and anxiety. As a longtime journalist and Capitol Hill resident interested in local history, I opted … Continue reading