Neighbor Link Block Parties

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Residents and staff chat on a Neighborhood Walk in 2018.

During the summer of 2021, Neighbor Link and city resources utilized in this program (such as banners, flyers and assistance closing streets through the permitting process) will follow the guidelines of the State of Washington and King County Public Health. Support for neighborhood gatherings will be updated as the state and county update safety guidelines.

We encourage you to continue to find creative ways to stay in touch with your neighbors, especially those most vulnerable, while practicing social distancing. 

Neighbor Link, which began in 2009, is designed to bring neighbors together in a spirit of community, service and celebration, encouraging and supporting neighborhood efforts that build healthy, lasting connections. Neighbors who know one another are involved in their community and the city at large, and make a difference to improve the quality of life and safety for all of their residents. Since the program began, Outreach has sponsored over 300 neighborhood celebrations, raised over 3,000 pounds of food, and donated hundreds of dollars to charity.