Vote and decide how YOUR tax dollars are spent.
What would you like to see in your community? What are your ideas to improve Seattle's neighborhoods? Dream big!
During the Idea Collection phase of Seattle's participatory budgeting process, community members share their ideas for how the city should spend $27 million in public funds. Your ideas will get turned into proposals that the whole Seattle community will vote on across five focus areas: housing and physical spaces, mental health, youth and children, economic development, and crisis and wellness.
July 16 - August 11Residents submit ideas.
August 14 - September 15Budget delegates flesh out ideas into full project proposals.
October 1 - October 14Residents vote for the projects they want to see funded.