Seattle.gov Home Page
Seattle Public Utilities Home page
At Your Service Home Page At Your Service Home Page CityLink Seattle

Search At Your Service

Categories

April 2015
M T W T F S S
« Mar    
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
27282930  

CityLink Seattle

Archive for 'At Your Service'

Celebrate Earth Day This Week!

Celebrate the 45th Earth Day in Seattle by participating in these upcoming events to help make our Earth a better place to live.  There are a number of service projects, tours, nature walks, tree plantings, family events and other outdoor opportunities to get out and celebrate. Carkeek Park – April 18, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. […]

[More]

Celebrate Spring in a Seattle Forest – Join a Tree Walk!

Seattle’s urban forest is alive this time of the year. Celebrate spring by joining the Seattle Tree Ambassadors on a Tree Walk around the neighborhood. Tree Ambassadors will take a stroll with you in Seward Park to identify many of the large trees and beautiful flowering cherry trees. For future Tree Walks or work parties, […]

[More]

Don’t Drip and Drive!

Attend a FREE Auto Leaks Workshop – a $125 value! Get your car inspected by a certified mechanic. Find out if you have any leaks and identify the source of the leaks. A leaky car isn’t reliable, and it’s harmful to the Puget Sound. Learn more at here. Space is limited! Sign up now and choose […]

[More]

Spring Clean Starts Today!

City-Sponsored Neighborhood Cleanup Runs April – May Spring is here and now is the time for Seattleites to gear up and take part in the city’s longest-running neighborhood cleanup program – Spring Clean. Spring Clean, now in its 29th year, runs from April through May. Help pick up litter, stencil storm drains, or paint out […]

[More]

Donate Old Clothes: Sadly Torn, Badly Worn or Even Stained

You can give ALL your clothes, shoes and linens for reuse or recycling as long as they are not wet, mildewed, or soiled with hazardous materials. Damaged clothes and linens aren’t trash – they can have a second life as new products such as wiping rags; padding for carpet, mattresses and upholstery; and insulation material for automobiles and appliances. […]

[More]

Recycle Your Old Electronics for FREE April 11

Do you have old electronics lying around your house? Get rid of them at the 2015 eCycle Event –everything with a plug will be accepted. It’s FREE! When: Saturday, April 11, 10 am – 2pm Where: CenturyLink Field North Parking Lot All personal electronics such as cell phones, tablets, laptops, and computers will go to […]

[More]

Spring Clean Your Neighborhood – We’ll Help!

City-Sponsored Neighborhood Cleanup Runs April – May Spring is almost here and now is the time for Seattleites to gear up and take part in the city’s longest-running neighborhood cleanup program – Spring Clean. Spring Clean, now in its 29th year, runs from April through May. Help pick up litter, stencil storm drains, or paint […]

[More]

14,000 Seattle homes just became eligible for big rebates

Rainwise Program rebates average $4,500 for approved rain gardens or cisterns Fourteen thousand homes in north Seattle just became eligible for big rebates—average rebate $4,500—under the popular RainWise Program. A joint effort by Seattle and King County to fight water pollution, the RainWise Program offers rebates to cover up to 100 percent of the cost […]

[More]

Though Snowpack Low, Seattle’s Water Supply Good

Though this year’s snowpack is significantly below average, Seattle’s current water supply outlook remains good. Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has been storing additional rainfall in our reservoirs and making operational adjustments to compensate for the lower-than-normal snowpack. What is SPU doing to manage and ensure water supply?   • Holding more water: Water levels in […]

[More]

Think Spring – In the Garden

Act now for a beautiful yard that is easy on you and the environment: • Mulch your garden beds after spring weeding to limit weeds and prepare for the warmer weather ahead. • Plant new plants through mid-May; otherwise wait until fall. Use the ‘right plant in the right place’ for plants that thrive in your yard’s conditions with less maintenance. • […]

[More]