MID Archive

2021-2022 MID Ratepayer Advisory Board Meeting Materials

May 25 Meeting Materials

June 22 Meeting Materials

August 3 Meeting Materials

September 28 Meeting Materials

November 30 Meeting Materials

January 25 Meeting Materials

March 29 Meeting Materials

May 24 Meeting Materials

MID Board Development (open for ratepayers to attend)

The MID Board Development Committee is planning to meet on May 12 and June 8. To register to attend please click meeting date and complete the form. For more information, please contact Emily Bailor at emilyb@downtownseattle.org.

May 12 Meeting Materials

MID Ratepayer Advisory Board & Committees

The MID Ratepayer Advisory Board is scheduled to meet from 8-9:15 a.m. on Aug. 30, Sept. 27, Oct. 25, Nov. 29, Jan. 31, Mar. 28, Apr. 25 and June 20. If interested in attending, please select the dates and complete the registration form. If you have questions, please email emilyb@downtownseattle.org.

To learn more about the MID Ratepayer Advisory Board and other MID committees, visit the Get Engaged page.

MID Renewal Public Meeting

Please join downtown property owners, managers and residents on Thursday, Nov. 17 from 4:30–6 p.m. at Block 41 in Belltown for a public meeting to discuss the renewal of downtown Seattle’s Metropolitan Improvement District. Please register in advance.

To learn more about renewing the MID, register for other upcoming events and subscribe to MID communications visit our MID Renewal page.

 

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