The Alliance for Pioneer Square sends out a monthly email newsletter to the Pioneer community. Join our Newsletter list to receive the latest news from around the Pioneer Square neighborhood. Sign up.
The Alliance for Pioneer Square hosts monthly information sessions open to all community members. Attend a PSQ Monthly to catch up on the latest in the Square. RSVP to a PSQ Monthly session here.
The Pioneer Square Residents’ Council hosts regular online meetings to share neighborhood updates and feature presentations from neighborhood partners. Tune into a PSRC meeting to meet your neighbors and hear from special guests. Find the Council meeting schedule here.
The Alliance for Pioneer Square has launched an online marketplace as a tool for Pioneer Square businesses to connect to customers. Find your neighborhood favorites and discover new businesses on the Pioneer Square Marketplace. Shop here.
The Alliance for Pioneer Square works to preserve what makes Pioneer Square the most authentic, engaging, and neighborhood in Seattle. Consider making a tax deductible financial contribution to the Alliance ensure our success as we continue our work to this the best neighborhood in Seattle. Give here.
Did you know 97% of people read reviews of local businesses and that 90% of buyers use reviews to help make decisions about a purchase? Learn how to leave the perfect online review with a short video tutorial from retail consultant, Merchant Method. View the video here.
Care for the Square
The Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) funded Clean Team provides select cleaning services for the neighborhood. Contact the MID team if you see something in the Square in need of a clean up. Submit a MID Clean Team service request here.
The Find It, Fix It app allows users to report selected issues to the City of Seattle. Report an issue you observe in the neighborhood via the Find It, Fix It app. Users simply submit a photo with detailed information and using the map’s “drag and drop” feature to pinpoint the location. Find the app here.
The governor’s Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery plan is a region-based plan. Seattle and King County are a part of the Puget Sound Region as part of the plan. Stay up to date with the most recent status of King County with the Healthy Washington dashboard. Each Friday, the state reviews key metrics to determine what phase of the Healthy Washington a region falls into. Learn more about the Healthy Washington plan here.
For more information on the Pioneer Square Residents’ Council, visit Pioneersquare.us or email PSQresidents@gmailcom.