ATTEND the Highland Park Find It, Fix It
Community Walk Action Team Meeting
Thursday, May 4th, at the Highland Park Elementary School Library from 6:30 – 7:30 pm.
Find It, Fix It Walk Coming to Highland Park
The Find It, Fix It Community Walks are a series of Mayor-led walks that help to improve neighborhoods one block at a time. During these walks, neighbors, police, and City officials walk together to identify physical elements in the neighborhood that make it feel unsafe or poorly maintained.
The Community Walk Action Team (CWAT) is a collection of community members, non-profit leaders, and business owners who live or work in a Find It, Fix It Community Walk neighborhood.
CWAT members help to:
- Inform City officials about neighborhood needs
- Plan the walk route
- Recruit neighbors, friends, and family to join the community walk
- Find additional outreach opportunities like neighborhood events and meetings
The time commitment involves a few weeknight meetings, as well as participation at your neighborhood’s walk (3-8 hours total over a span of 5 weeks). If you are interested in helping plan the Find It, Fix It Community Walk in your neighborhood, please contact Paige Madden at Paige.Madden@seattle.gov or at (206) 233-5166.
Apply for Community Project Grant
In partnership with Cities of Service, the City of Seattle is offering up to $3,000 in mini-grants for the 2017 Find It, Fix It Community Walks neighborhoods to support community-led revitalization and beautification projects.
What you can do with a Community Project Grant:
- Host litter pick-ups or graffiti clean-up events
- Paint a mural on a public space
- Create and install new educational or wayfinding signage
- Plant flowers along a sidewalk or street median
For more information please review our Community Grant Application or contact Paige Madden at (206) 233-5166. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for each Find It, Fix It Community Walk neighborhood. Completed applications can be sent to Paige.Madden@seattle.gov.