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Seattle Resources


  • City of Seattle - The Official Web Site of the City of Seattle and Seattle Public Access Network.
  • Municipal Court of Seattle - The Court adjudicates misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes, infractions, and civil violations.
  • Port of Seattle - The authority managing international trade and travel in King County. Port of Seattle operates harbor facilities and the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
  • Seattle City Council - Council members, committees, council news, legislation, and contact information.
  • Seattle Police Department - Includes department updates, DARE program, and Crimestoppers information, domestic violence links, crime victims resources, statistics, and safety tips.


Society and Culture

  • Car-Free Seattle - Organization started by two Fremont resident artists who enjoy their life in Seattle without a car. Includes a calendar of events, t-shirts, links, humor, press kit, and membership information.
  • Ethnic Heritage Council - Dedicated to preserving the mix of cultural traditions that enrich Northwest communities. Includes events, programs, awards, photo album, newsletter, and membership application.
  • Family Works Seattle - Developed by the Fremont Public Association as a family resource center and food bank. Includes an events calendar and volunteer opportunities.
  • Lifelong AIDS Alliance - Formed from the merger of Chicken Soup Brigade and the Northwest AIDS foundation. Includes services, advocacy, prevention, donations, events, and volunteer opportunities.
  • The Millionair Club Charity - Providing jobs, meals, and assistance to people in need. Includes ways to request workers and get involved.
  • Northwest Center - Non-profit organization that expands the skills, independence and opportunities of children and adults with disabilities.
  • Seattle Alchoholics Anonymous - Meeting lists provided by the Greater Seattle Intergroup of are organized by location and by day. Information for members about activities of the AA service organization.
  • Seattle Center Foundation - Established to encourage support for Seattle Center through gifts to CenterFund, volunteer service or corporate support.
  • Seattle Goodwill - Non-profit organization providing basic education and job training services.
  • Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind - A nonprofit organization, providing jobs, training and vocational services for people who are blind, deaf-blind and muti-disabled blind. Offers a newsletter, list of services and programs, employment opportunities, and news releases.
  • Seattle Mens Health Support Group - Peer support group for men experiencing significant changes in their physical and mental well being.
  • Smoke Free Seattle - A resource established to help local businesses go smoke free.
  • United Indians - Provides social and educational services to Native Americans, from early child development and family counseling to housing homeless youth and preparing meals for the elderly. Includes a history of the organization, programs, employment opportunities, and FAQ.
  • University District Food Bank - Provides supplemental food and referral information to low-income Seattle residents.


  • The Children's Museum - The region's preeminent private, nonprofit learning institution focusing on interactive arts and humanities exhibits and programs for children and their families.
  • Frye Art Museum - A collection of 19th and 20th century American, German, and French paintings.
  • Henry Art Gallery - Located on the University of Washington campus, the Henry has built a reputation for innovative programming, public education, diverse film and lecture series and exhibitions that are controversial, challenging and thought-provoking.
  • Museum of Flight - the largest aviation museum on the west coast. Good historical information and photos.
  • Nordic Heritage Museum - Highlights current and permanent exhibitions and provides events calendar, volunteer opportunities, and bookstore catalog.
  • Seattle Art Museum - Information about its collection, exhibitions, and programs.
  • The Vintage Telephone Equipment Museum - Information and a look at what the museum has to offer visitors.
  • Wing Luke Asian Museum - "A pan-Asian Pacific American Museum devoted to the collection, preservation and display of Asian Pacific American culture, history and art."


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