Belltown News

BELLTOWN ROCK THE BLOCK – SEPTEMBER 18, 2021

BELLTOWN ROCK THE BLOCK – SEPTEMBER 18, 2021

BELLTOWN ROCK THE BLOCK – SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 Belltown Rock the Block highlights our vibrant multi-family residential community which is home to over 80 apartments and 35 condominiums containing 14,000+ residential units and 17,000 residents! This event is open to the public and will feature live music, food and beverage, games and informational booths. Participating Belltown multi-family residential properties will […]

Belltown graffiti initiative

Belltown graffiti initiative

The BCC is currently working with the Clean City Division of Seattle Public Utilities to address graffiti in our neighborhood. For the purpose of this initiative, graffiti is defined as anything painted, sprayed, drawn, written, marked or carved on public or privately owned property without the owners permission. The BCC is thankful for the murals that enhance Belltown and will […]

Register for the September Belltown Community Meeting

Register for the September Belltown Community Meeting

September BCC Meeting Wednesday September 16 @ 6:30pm via Zoom With social distancing being the new normal, the Belltown Community Council has moved community meetings to a virtual format (Zoom). While going virtual is a new challenge for us, we hope that this offering will uncover new ways for our community to come together and connect during the COVID-19 era. […]

Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

The Belltown Community Council recognizes that systematic racism is alive and deeply embedded in our culture – racism exists in Belltown, in Seattle and across the United States. The goal of the BCC has always been to ensure all Belltown community members and business owners feel heard, safe, and connected. However, we as a community organization can and must do […]

What’s Open in Belltown During COVID-19?

What’s Open in Belltown During COVID-19?

Since the local and global outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19, many communities in Seattle have been feeling the economic pinch of uncertainty. In the Belltown neighborhood, small businesses of all types are being hit especially hard. Everything from restaurants to hair salons are feeling the hit. To make matters more complicated, Washington governor Jay Inslee made an emergency proclamation that […]