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CALL TO ACTION: Voice Your Concerns About Public Safety and Economic Recovery to City Council

Over the past two months, SODO businesses have been adversely affected by break-ins, theft, property damage, violent offenses and other significant public safety impacts. This same scenario is playing out all across the City and it’s important to voice your concerns with Mayor Harrell and the Seattle City Council.
To that end, please take a moment now and send an e-mail to your elected officials, or register to provide a public comment at next week’s Economic Development, Technology and City Light Committee.
Whether you are a business owner, property owner or a resident, now is more important than ever to share an experience you’ve had that articulates the need for an increased emphasis and new strategies to keep our city safe.
Ways to get involved:
Send an Email to Your Elected Officials:
Mayor Bruce Harrell –
Council President Debora Juarez –
Councilmember Sara Nelson –
Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda –
Councilmember Dan Strauss –
Councilmember Lisa Herbold –
Councilmember Tammy Morales –
Councilmember Kshama Sawant –
Councilmember Alex Pedersen –
Councilmember Andrew Lewis –
Take Part in Next Week’s Economic Development, Technology and City Light Committee:
Next Wednesday, February 9 at 9:30 AM, Councilmember Sara Nelson will be hosting a panel of neighborhood leaders to review and discuss public safety concerns, their impact upon economic recovery and potential solutions to these issues.
Provide public comment at the Wednesday, February 9th Meeting at 9:30 AM Registration opens two hours prior to the meeting at 7:30 AM. Please plan to go to the council website exactly two hours before the meeting to register online.
Public safety, and its impact upon economic recovery, is a critical issue that demands attention and action.
Please share with your employees and neighbors!
It is important that your voice is heard!