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Civic Boot Camp: Livable Neighborhoods, March 16th

Mar 16, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

$250

Explore Seattle’s Fastest-Growing Neighborhood and What You Can Do to Create a Livable Community

Discover the elements of a livable neighborhood through South Lake Union’s rich history and incredible growth, including the socioeconomic challenges and opportunities in the community.

You may also register for March 24th.

Pricing

  • $250 – Single ticket (includes breakfast and afternoon snacks and full lunch)
  • To encourage connections across political, cultural and economic boundaries, Seattle CityClub provides scholarships for up to 20% of the participants in each Civic Boot Camp session. Apply today!

What You’ll Do:

  • Listen to a presentation on South Lake Union’s history.
  • Tour the developments and services in Cascade/South Lake Union neighborhood.
  • Meet with local community leaders to discuss “livability” and how to get -involved.
  • Network in group discussions.

You’ll Learn About:

  • The neighborhood’s transformation from its industrial past to its technology-based present.
  • Local historical sites and social services addressing housing and homelessness.
  • Parks, historic preservation, transit, walkability, business and residential development and how it relates to livability.
  • Opportunities to get involved to make your community more livable.

About Civic Boot Camp

Civic Boot Camp is an immersive, full-day program designed to give participants the tools to take action in the community. You’ll have the opportunity to:

  • Connect with local leaders
  • Network with professionals from all sectors
  • Team-build
  • Learn about our region’s history
  • Learn about local solutionsTake action towards increasing the civic health of the region

Venue

Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)
860 Terry Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109 United States
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