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May is Older Americans Month

Thank you Mayor Murray and Executive Constantine for proclaiming May 2014 as Older Americans Month in Seattle and King County, calling upon public officials, businesses, neighborhood organizations, volunteers, and all the people of Seattle and King County, Washington to observe this month and recognize older adults and the people who serve and [More]

Seattle, King County receive more than $22 million in federal homeless assistance grants

A joint release of the City of Seattle and King County            April 14, 2014   Seattle, King County receive more than $22 million in federal homeless assistance grants Renewal funding supports homeless housing and services countywide  KING COUNTY - Federal homeless assistance funds totaling more than $22.7 million have been awarded [More]

January edition of Life Lines newsletter

Check out the January edition of HSD's Life Lines newsletter! [More]

Public input needed on plans for community centers

In response to challenging budgets, Seattle Parks and Recreation has been asked by City Council to re-think how community centers are operated. Seattle Parks will hold two community meetings to received. The public is invited to attend and hear about the latest options for re-thinking our community centers. Wednesday, June 15, Bitter [More]

Mayor 3-30-11 news conference on City budget

Mayor McGinn 3-30-11 news conference on budget [More]

Seattle.gov redesigned to improve access to services

The City of Seattle's main Web site has been redesigned to improve public access to City services. See www.seattle.gov. Upgrades include Streamlining the interface to five portals, instead of nine; Improving access to information based on feedback from the first Seattle.Gov usability study ever done; An increased social media presence; More direct access to [More]

See latest Life Lines newsletter

For the latest news and information about the Seattle Human Services Department, see the June 2010 edition Life Lines e-newsletter: http://www.seattle.gov/humanservices/lifelines/archives.htm. [More]

2009 Annual Report

The Seattle Human Services Department has published (online) its 2009 Annual Report. The report provides a snapshot summary of the department’s accomplishments and outcomes in 2009 in data, photographs, and inspiring stories of people who have turned their lives around with the help of City-funded programs. [More]