About Us

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We are so fortunate to live in Ballard’s West Woodland neighborhood. Our community feels like a small town within the larger City of Seattle. Award winning restaurants, coffee, music and shops are all within walking distance of our front doors.

Our goal is to help connect neighbors, raise awareness & build community in order to improve the quality of life for those who live, work & play here.  Learn more about your neighborhood & fall in love with where you live!  

To learn more about the West Woodland neighborhood, please visit the following resources:

Business & Neighborhood Updates:

History of the Neighborhood:

Neighborhood Communication Board:

Email:

City of Seattle Neighborhood Map:

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  1. I lived there in 1943 and spent a lot of summer vacations and school breaks at 6211 4th av.Nw and at Ramsauer Auto repair on 8th av.

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