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GiveBIG - Seattle's biggest day of charitable giving - is in one week! Here are just three reasonswhy you should consider supporting the Alliance for Pioneer Square: 1. They fight for the neighborhood 2. They fill up empty storefronts 3. They're changing the story of Pioneer Square Help them maintain their momentum...

Bike to Work Day is May 17 and the Bicycle Alliance of Washington is hosting an energizer station for Pioneer Square bike commuters from 6-9 am in front of their office at 314 First Ave S. They’re serving coffee from Zeitgeist and shortbread cookies from Grand...

Where: The Kitchen (309 First Ave So.) When: Wednesday, May 15th from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Who: Pioneer Square residents are encouraged to attend Agenda: Click here to view in PDF Review of Q1 minutes (Tija Petrovich-resident) WESTPAC report (Mike Klotz-resident) National Night Out Neighborhood BBQ planning How do we grow? Expanding our membership/getting the...

The Alliance, in partnership with the Residents Council and the Street Civility Steering Committee has been working for the past couple years on the issue of access to public restrooms. If you are interested in their progress to date, including the siting of a new Portland...

The Pioneer Square pergola has been hit again, this time by an 18-wheeler that got became high centered on the bollard that was installed to protect it from getting totally knocked over and hit the top corner, where it became stuck. [caption id="attachment_4412" align="alignnone" width="475" caption="Seattle...

Little Uncle Expanding to Pioneer Square (Eater) PK and Wiley Frank, owners of Little Uncle, the popular Thai takeout nook in Capitol Hill, just picked up the keys to their new brick and mortar What's Happening to the Old Elliott Bay Cafe? (Eater) The former Elliott Bay Books...