This Wednesday, 06/29, join local media outlets and organizations in a day of action to raise homelessness awareness in Seattle. Please use the hashtag #SeaHomeless across social media platforms. Join in the discussion. Your voice makes a difference!
Moving Crosscut piece of a Ballard couple’s unfortunate journey to losing their home to developers:
Mayor Murray and King County Executive Dow Constantine announce Homelessness State of Emergency. Great Seattle Times article here:
We apologize for the silence. Commitments and other things have gotten in the way for September/October. Please look for affordable housing, advocacy, and homelessness issues for Seattle/WA State soon. It’s an exciting time for advocacy and true change.
We are celebrating one year of the blog as of October 2015. We are proud to continue covering these issues and more in the coming year. Thanks again so much for your continued support!
Please support the The Growing Together Coalition‘s petition to support inclusionary zoning for more affordable housing in Seattle:
Coming soon: A report on the tiny homes movement, and how it can help homelessness in Seattle and beyond. Low Income Housing Institute is leading the way in this local movement. Please look for it!
Homeless in Seattle has updated on Scott Davis’s situation. More here: http://www.facebook.com/HomelessInSeattle/photos/a.183230328388885.43498.172003812844870/1008239099221333/?type=1&theater
There’s been an outpouring from Seattle for homeless man Scott Davis, whose wife Stacey was tragically beaten to death under Magnolia Bridge 08/25. Here’s how you can help, via Homeless in Seattle.
Original KOMO news report: Bridge Attacker Survivor: “He thought I was the devil or something”