Crown Hill Night Out

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We love block parties so much! Join in on the Seattle Night Out, AND apply for a block party permit for August 26th. Join the Crown Hill Village for Seattle Night Out on August 26th! Gather your neighbors to bid farewell to summer and welcome Fall! If you have any questions or want somebody to walk you through the permit application, we are here to help! Reach out by clicking here.

Crown Hill Connectors Meetup

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Are you the go to person on your block? Join the other people connecting their immediate neighborhood. Learn more about the Crown Hill Connectors, and RSVP to the event.  

November Art Walk

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November Art Walk Between NW 70th Street and NW 105th. Map out your route!  On Sunday you can brush off the candy crumbs, set back the clock, and take a stroll through the neighborhood to check out some local artists! Started by neighborhood artist Heidi Valles of Lush Leaf Collective, the Crown Hill Art Walk happens the first Sunday of the month. Heidi started this event with the help of artists, neighbors, and the Greenwood Art Collective. "I wanted to start this event because I have a deep personal need for connection, and the more I [...]

Work Continues at Crown Hill Garden

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The Crown Hill Community Garden continues to plant and tend their plots. This work is critical to local food infrastructure. The gardeners practice social distancing and ensure that the Ballard Food Bank has fresh vegetables through the spring, summer, and fall. Get Involved from a Distance! Donate Seeds! Farmer Fred usually participates in a robust seed exchange, but building closures compromised his supply line. Do you have extra seeds to donate? The remainder of the packet from your starts? Farmer Christal is especially looking for snap peas. You can drop them at the Crown Hill Center when you go [...]

Neighbors + Business

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    Crown Hill Neighbors Association and Crown Hill Business Association are joining forces to create a single organization working to create an engaged and connected community. After years of working together in the neighborhood, the two associations decided to maximize their impact by creating a new organization that would be an umbrella for all the work happening in the community.  The new board includes representatives from business owners, neighbors, and business owning neighbors.