Mayor Murray will lead seven Find It, Fix It Community Walks in different neighborhoods this year. The walks bring together City officials, business owners, and community members to address neighborhood needs. The first is in the Aurora Avenue-Licton Springs area from 6-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 31. That walk will center on the area around Aurora Avenue North between North 84th and 110th streets. The exact route will be determined by community members serving on its Community Walk Action Team.
If you’re interested in serving on the team, contact Find It, Fix It Program Coordinator Hilary Nichols at [email protected] or 206-386-1907.
In addition, Aurora-Licton residents are invited to apply for up to $5000 to complete community projects that improve the safety or appearance of their neighborhood. To apply for the Aurora-Licton Community Project Grants, community members can find the application at seattle.gov/finditfixit beginning Wednesday, May 25 through Friday, June 10.
Lastly, community members don’t have to wait for the walk to report safety needs or city maintenance issues. They can use the Find It, Fix It mobile app. Android users can download the app from the Google Play Store and iPhone users can download it from the App Store.