Neighbors working together
The South Park Neighborhood Association (SPNA) is the avenue through which South Park residents communicate upcoming events and issues with one another, as well as maintain a dialog with police, city and county government to address pressing issues in our neighborhood.
The SPNA has worked with the Southwest Police Precinct and Mayor’s office to successfully transform the community into one of the safest and most crime-free neighborhoods in Seattle. SPNA members developed the South Park Action Agenda which has been the blueprint for improvements for the last five years with millions of dollars invested in the neighborhood. The SPNA worked with King County to find the funding to replace the South Park Bridge.
Find out what everyone is talking about at one of our monthly neighborhood meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7-9pm at the South Park Neighborhood Center. Meetings are open to everyone, so stop on by! We want to hear what you feel passionately about. Contact us if you would like to schedule an agenda item for the meeting. If we all work together on things that inspire us, think of all the great things we can do for our community!
The SPNA Supports Local Projects
The SPNA is available to offer support for activities or projects that affect the South Park community in the form of a Letter of Support. To download the criteria for obtaining SPNA support, click here.
If you would like to request time at a SPNA meeting to present your project, please contact us here. You will need to include a proposal which outlines how your project meets the criteria, as well as write a Letter of Support which the SPNA chairperson will sign in the event that your project is approved.
To see projects that the SPNA has supported in the past, click here.