Business Improvement Areas (BIAs) of Chinatown, Pioneer Square, SODO, Ballard, and University District met with Seattle city leaders on Oct. 15 to address the increasing challenges businesses are experiencing with drug dealers and users, public disorder, threatening behaviors, and crime toward customers and employees. Councilmembers Bruce Harrell, Mike O’Brien, Lisa Herbold, and Deputy Mayor Mike […]
“Since 1906 Neighborhood House has been helping children and families in neighborhoods throughout Seattle and King County. It is in these neighborhoods where we find huge capacity and potential for people to work together to build stronger and healthier communities.” — Mark Okazaki Executive Director, Neighborhood House “The International District is special. It’s important everyone […]
“The world will step aside for a community that knows where it is going. South Seattle is home to many great neighborhoods and is the place I’ve called home my entire life. Great and healthy neighborhoods are walkable with thriving small businesses, great schools, transit, and parks. An active neighborhood is good for our health, […]
Mary Do has resigned from Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area CID-BIA to join the Special Olympics as Vice President of Development. Her last day as BIA’s marketing director will be March 13. (end)
By Assunta Ng Over 50 local Lunar New Year events took place in February, and they were all competing for attendees and attention. So, which one had the better food, larger crowds, strongest organization, and the most memorable performances?
From CIDBIA: Special thanks to all of our amazing volunteers and community sponsors including CBRE, United Building Services and Cascadian Building Maintenance for making this event a huge success!
“We are used to white females, not white males,” I said, jokingly, to the new executive director of the Chinatown/International District Business Improvement Area (BIA).