Broadway BIA
April 2018

Broadway BIA News

Plan for PrideFest Capitol Hill
(and get your free spot - even if it's just to open up
a space in front of your business) 

As we've reported in past newsletters, all current Broadway BIA rate-payers in good standing are able to, courtesy of the Broadway BIA, get a FREE 10x10 booth space for this year's festival. Booth space if first-come, first-served, so we recommend you complete your booking in the next 1-2 weeks to guarantee your place. If you'd like more than (1) 10x10 space, additional space is available at a discount.


Last year there were 40,000 attendees at PrideFest Capitol Hill and for many businesses, it's the busiest day of the year. If you can't do a booth, then please come and enjoy the festivities! Four stages, outdoor bars and restaurants, craft vendors, and all the usual splendor of Broadway in Summer.

Your Ratepayer Dollars Hard at Work:

The Broadway BIA has a contract with Recology StreetScapes to sweep the sidewalks, remove graffiti,  bio -hazards and posters 7 days a week. If you see a problem (overflowing garbage or graffiti, for example), use the info at the bottom of this and every BBIA e-mail to call Recology. It's an easy and quick way to get issues resolved. We are working with a new StreetScapes manager for the BBIA and he and Recology have been very responsive to issues along Broadway.

Here is a side by side comparison of Feb 2017 and 2018 clean up stats :

Please contact customer service 24/7 at   or call   (206) 859-6700 to report graffiti, illegal dumping, sharps and biohazards.  Graffiti should be removed within 24 hours and sharps and biohazards will be removed in three hours.

Visit for service alerts, news, and quick answers to commonly asked questions.  
URGENT: Feedback Needed on the Proposed Changes to the Broadway/First Hill Streetcar 

The project, as proposed, entails removing all left hand turn lanes going southbound on Broadway from John to James. If this were to happen, much of the Pike Pine corridor east of Broadway would be cut off from anyone traveling by car southbound on Broadway.  
It is important that SDOT hear from as many of you as possible regarding the proposed changes. The Broadway BIA has reviewed the recommendations and oppose the proposed changes.

Please send any feedback to the SDOT contact at:

Neighborhood News & Events

Events on Capitol Hill 

Our partners over at the the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce does a great job of posting community events.

Have any meetings or special events that you want us to know about? Let the Capitol Hill Chamber know and they'll be sure to include you in their events calendar.  Email

Añejo and Junkichi Restaurants Now Open on Broadway!
The BIA would love to welcome Añejo Mexican restaurant (at the old Dilletante spot at Republican/Broadway) and Junkichi robatayaki grill (old Einstein Bagels location between John and Thomas), two great additions to our community.

Capitol Hill Blog Review of Añejo - "Añejo brings traditional flavors - and plenty of tequila - to Broadway" 

Capitol Hill Blog Review of Junkichi - "Junkichi: fire, sake, and robots on Broadway"

Stop by and introduce yourself and grab a bite. We're hearing great things about both!

Community Resources

Public Safety & Social Services Resources

There are a number of public and private resources in our neighborhood that can provide treatment, shelter, and meals to those in need.   We've compiled them into a downloadable/printable document here. Please share this list with your neighbors, friends, and co-workers.

Starting on April 1 , GEOGRAPHIC-BASED HOMELESS OUTREACH SERVICES WERE TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED ON CAPITOL HILL. Through the city, funding has been shifting to groups serving specific populations. The BBIA is working with other community groups and the city to make sure this is a temporary blip and that this outreach continues to serve the community in 2018. Stay tuned for more information on that.

Download the
Find it Fix it app .
This app is a new platform to report a variety of issues to the City of Seattle. It is available for  Android  and  iOS .

The Seattle Police Department is here to help:
  • Emergencies: If you see or experience a crime, or one in progress, call 9-1-1 immediately.
  • Non-emergencies: If the crime happened a while ago and there is no direct danger to you or another person, please call the police non-emergency line at  (206) 625-5011 or submit a report online.
  • You can also call the non-emergency line and ask for a welfare check if you see someone who needs help
  • Follow SPD Tweets by Beat to receive updates in your "beat."
Smell smoke or need to report a fire?
The mission of the Seattle Fire Department is to save lives and protect property:
  • To report a fire, smoke, or other emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately. 
  • For non-emergencies and general SFD inquiries call (206) 386-1400.

Questions or Comments?

If you would like to connect with the Broadway BIA or have questions or comments, please contact us at

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