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Welcome to our neighborhood! We are the residents, employees, property owners, business owners, non-profits, and visitors in one of Seattle's most exciting neighborhoods - South Lake Union. Our website helps us stay in touch, be informed and get involved as our neighborhood plans for the future.

Our Vision
To steward a livable, vibrant, urban neighborhood supporting a diversity of residents of all ages and incomes while driving an innovative local economy and providing rich, cultural community opportunities.

Our Values
Inclusiveness | Integrity | Respect | Transparency | Impartiality

Join us for South Lake Union Community Council monthly meetings on: 1st Tuesday of every month from 4 – 6 pm

@ MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry), Lake Union Park, 860 Terry Avenue North

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  • Lloyd HaraProperty valuations, Let's Move Seattle and public benefits at Tuesday’s SLU Community Council meeting at MOHAI
    Join your neighbors Tuesday afternoon at the South Lake Union Community Council October meeting at the Museum of History and Industry as we hear about SLU property valuations from King County Assessor Lloyd Hara, are briefed by Let's Move Seattle on the upcoming Proposition 1 transportation ballot measure and are updated on the public benefits status of the City of Seattle’s vacation of the Broad Street corridor. The meeting gets underway at 4 p.m. All are welcome!

  • PictureSeattle City Council candidates debate in South Lake Union
    Sally Bagshaw (left), who is vying for the new District 7 city council position along with Deborah Zech-Artis (center), makes a point during Thursday’s Seattle City Council Candidate Forum in South Lake Union as moderator C.R. Douglas of Q13 FOX looks on.

  • State Rep. Brady Walkinshaw talks light rail, priorities with SLU Community Council
    SOUTH LAKE UNION – Locations of LINK Light Rail stops serving South Lake Union’s workforce and residential population of some 50,000 along with the technology and health science hub’s community priorities were among the topics covered by Washington State Representative Brady Walkinshaw (D-43rd) at the August meeting of the South Lake Union Community Council. READ MORE

Our 2015-16 priorities within the SLU Urban Design Framework & SLU/Uptown Mobility Plan
Public/Private Construction Accountability | Mobility Advocacy | Design Review Collaboration | Public Safety | Neighborhood Engagement & Placemaking

Seattle City Council Candidate ForumSouth Lake Union
Seattle City Council Candidate Forum

It’s election season in Seattle and the South Lake Union community is in the conversation! Join moderator and Q13 Political Analyst C.R. Douglas along with your SLU and Cascade neighbors on Wednesday, Sept. 30 for a debate of City Council candidates on topics important to our South Lake Union community. The forum gets underway 5:30 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) at 415 Westlake Ave. N. in South Lake Union. Join us!

SLU Forum Participants

  • District 7 – Sally Bagshaw and Deborah Zech-Artis

  • Citywide District 8 – Tim Burgess and Jon Grant

  • Citywide District 9 – Bill Bradburd and Lorena González

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SLU Art WalkThe Soul of SLU

The South Lake Union Art Walk: A neighborhood-wide arts celebration featuring exciting and diverse art shows and artists at some 50 venues and exciting storefront installations throughout this dynamic neighborhood. Become a part of the "Soul of SLU" and join us at our next South Lake Union Art Walk, Thurs., October 1 from 6 – 8 pm!


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