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You can find arts events and performances, local classified ads, Capitol Hill, Queen Anne, Magnolia, Greenlake, Fremont, Ravenna and other neighborhood events, school news, local photos, all kinds of things. SeattleNeighborhoodGuide.com serves as a means to bring all neighborhoods together.
Is a local school having a bake sale or lasagna dinner? Is there a new shop opening up? A great restaurant in Madrona, Ballard, Wedgewood, Madison Park or Crown Hill? Let us know about it!
View Virtual Tours of all your favorite places in the neighborhood!
Capitol Hill resident Bradford Bohonus has created a fabulous website, VR Seattle, where he features incredible 360-degree images, Virtual Reality tours, of major landmarks around the city. View a VR Tour of Volunteer Park
Do You Live in Fremont?
To get involved in local arts events check out the Fremont Arts Council. And the Fremont Chamber of Commerce really tries to improve the quality of life in the neighborhood. The Fremont Abbey also has a great line-up of community events.
Live around Greenlake?
Green Lake is surrounded entirely by a very popular paved path. The 4.5 kilometer path is divided into two lanes one for pedestrians and one for bicycles, roller skates, and other wheeled unmotorized vehicles. Here’s a great 360-degree tour of the beach at Green Lake.
There used to be a really cool open air stadium on the South side of Green Lake called the Aqua Theater. Just South of Green Lake is Woodland Park, which has feral rabbits. Check out the Seattle Parks page for an overview of Green Lake.
Do You Live in Phinney?
Phinney Ridge is named after the ridge which runs north and south, separating Ballard from Wallingford, from approximately N. 45th to N. 85th Street. They have the most wonderful and active group, the Phinney Neighborhood Association.
They have a great holiday fair, a Day of the Dead celebration, a Garden Tour, a Halloween bash and more.
Are you a Wallingford resident?
Wallingford is a neighborhood in north central Seattle, Washington, named after John Noble Wallingford (died 1913). They have some great attractions, Gasworks Park, the Wallingford Center and Dick’s Drive-In. What more could you want? Do You Live on Queen Anne?
Queen Anne can refer either to the entire hill or to the central residential and business district at the top of the hill. They are connected by an extremely steep section of Queen Anne Avenue N. known as the Counterbalance, in memory of the cable cars that once ran up and down it. The Queen Anne Historical Society has a lot of interesting history about the neighborhood.
Do you love Capitol Hill?
The Capitol Hill news list has been active since 1998, helping to inform community members about issues and meetings that affect our neighborhood. It is an announcement list, maintained by the tireless neighborhood activist, Ann Donovan.
If you are interested in discussing community news and issues, sign up for the discussion list [capitolhill] at: Capitol Hill News Group. Visit the Capitol Hill Community Council on the web at: Capitol Hill Community Council.
Do you live in the Montlake Neighborhood?
Visit this fabulous neighborhood website that is sponsored by the Montlake Community Club and maintained by Jonathan Dubman.
You’ll find Montlake neighborhood history, Montlake maps, aerial views, community events and forums. Montlake Community Club.
Are you a Miller Park Community resident?
This is a fabulous website maintained by Andrew Taylor for all the residents who live in and around Miller Park or have an interest in the area. The website seeks to keep Madison-Miller residents informed about what’s happening in the neighborhood.
It addresses issues such as affordable house, the transportation study, neighborhood crime and more.Miller Park Community Website.
Do you live in the Mt. Baker neighborhood?
This is a great website maintained by the very active Mt. Baker Community Club, a a geographically diverse area, offering a mix of parklands, lakefront, wooded hills, and quiet residential streets and boulevards.
Do you live in the West Seattle neighborhood?
This is a great blog from West Seattle, located just 10 minutes from downtown and flanked by Puget Sound, Alki and Lincoln Park. West Seattle Blog
Who’s moving In? Who’s moving out? What’s the value of your home? Visit: Seattle PI.com’s guide to neighborhoods around the sound
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