Councilmember Godden left office on January 1, 2016.
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Posts for 'Neighborhoods'

Wayne’s World

February 3rd, 2012

January and February are often months of culinary news: word of new restaurants opening, old favorites moving to new locations, changing menus and staff. This year is no different. And the big news is that Wayne Johnson, Andaluca’s Executive Chef, is leaving to take over the kitchen at Ray’s Boathouse.


Bridge Over Less Troubled Waters

August 6th, 2010

A dozen of us – legislative staff, three city councilmembers and legislative assistants – set off Friday to find out what’s been happening in South Park since that fateful day in June when more than a thousand residents gathered for the South Park Wake to mourn the passing of the bridge.


It Takes a Neighborhood

August 4th, 2010

This past Tuesday was “Seattle Night Out”, an evening when over a thousand neighborhoods arrange block parties to raise crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts, and come together for a fun night out.


Going International in South Downtown

August 2nd, 2010

Last Thursday afternoon, four councilmembers, led by Councilmember Sally Clark, slipped into their most comfortable walking shoes and toured South Downtown neighborhoods.


Seatttle wins Judges Merit Award

June 24th, 2010

Seattle is taking home an award, presented at the Association of Washington Cities conference in Vancouver Thursday. The prize is a “Judges Merit Award” from the Governor’s Smart Communities Awards for the Department of Neighborhoods updating of its neighborhood plans.


The Saga of Hazel’s Garden

April 15th, 2010

Behind every city P-Patch, there is a story. Behind the Hazel Heights P-Patch, which opened a couple of weeks ago in Fremont, there is an odyssey. The Fremont neighborhood garden required more than 10 years of effort and the energies and efforts of an entire neighborhood.