Are you interested in what a revitalized Jackson Street could look like? Are you following along with the Promenade 23rd Redevelopment? Are you curious about what steps neighbors might be able to take to support and grow the small businesses along Jackson? Do you want to help us get that Street Car spur? Do you want to figure out how to build a small business incubator or a public market? Are you simply interested in helping us continue and plan more events on Jackson?
We’re kicking off the Jackson Commons initiative!
Thursday, September 13, 6 to 7:45 pm, at the Douglas-Truth Library.
We don’t have any guest speakers this time, but will instead be working on forming some working groups and talking about the Jackson Commons goals.
We had a great turn out six weeks ago, and looking forward to another great evening!
If you can’t make it, but want to be on the mailing list, for future mail and to make sure you’re on the list for direct updates from DPD on the Promenade 23 parcel, please drop us a note at [email protected] and we’ll get you on that list. If you were at the last meeting and haven’t got an email from us, please drop us a note. We had several emails bounce!
As always, you can follow along at our site www.jacksoncommons.com, our Facebook page (which is the most up-to-date) JacksonCommonsSeattle, our Twitter @JacksonCommons…in addition to Pinterest and G+!