The Local Business Directory of our Dreams?

Welcome to your City Directory! We designed it to support you as a local resident and our real neighborhood businesses. We do not need large corporate entities or referral services to find businesses close to home. Our directory is 100% Free to all residents and local businesses.

Who supports us? You do, by patronizing the truly local businesses that are listed in our directory.

All real businesses we find are listed at no charge. If the business likes what we are doing, they can inexpensively upgrade their listing to tell you more about themselves - but it is optional. The cost to businesses that upgrade their listing here is so low that they don't have to raise their prices to cover it.

All Home Repair services must be registered contractors to be listed in our directory. We do verify that they have the proper registrations, bonding and insurance if required by law before the listing is initially published. Be sure to do you own due diligence. Verify a contractor is still current with their registrations and insurance before you hire them - L&I Contractor Lookup.

If you don't see a business you think belongs here please add it. If you see a business listing that doesn't belong here - let us know and we will remove it.


Featured Businesses

Pistil Books

Pistil Books

Seattle
Tomedes Translation Services in Seattle

Tomedes Translation Services in Seattle

Seattle
Real Extracts, LLC

Real Extracts, LLC

Seattle
SeattleOnly.com

SeattleOnly.com

Seattle

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You get real local business listings. No fake listings, no spam, no third party advertising. Just a real list of local businesses that we have vetted for legitimacy.

Reviews

Positive reviews are posted. Negative reviews are forwarded to the business to address. If complaints aren't dealt with by the business the business will be removed from the directory.

Businesses

You can claim or create a business listing. Efficiently manage your own business listing with the option to add additional features.

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Seattle Local Hot News

Keep cool and stay safe with the City of Seattle Heat Safety webpage

Tech Talk

People in the Seattle area are uniquely vulnerable to hot weather. Because the region has historically experienced mild summers, homes and businesses often lack cooling systems. To help area residents during heat waves, Seattle IT launched a webpage for heat safety on the Ci[...]

New Chief Technology Officer, Rob Lloyd, joins the City of Seattle

Tech Talk

The City of Seattle’s new Chief Technology Officer has officially started the job. On June 24, Rob Lloyd logged his first day of work for the residents of Seattle. Rob joins the Emerald City from the heart of Silicon Valley — San José, California. Rob is an accomplished[...]

Seattle Information Technology (IT) celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion every day

Tech Talk

Stop by Seattle IT’s booth at Seattle’s Pridefest at the Seattle Center, Sunday, June 30, 12 -5 p.m. Happy Pride week Seattle! Here at Seattle IT, we are celebrating the work we do every day to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our primary goal is to guarantee di[...]

Public-Private Partnerships that make a difference: City of Seattle and Verizon team up with the Friendship Circle of Washington

Tech Talk

City of Seattle Technology Matching Fund (TMF) and Verizon team up with the Friendship Circle of Washington to provide digital skills training to developmentally disabled youth  What do you get when the City of Seattle’s Technology Matching Fund (TMF), Verizon, and th[...]

Update: Notice of runoff for Ballard Avenue Landmark District annual board member election

Front Porch

The annual election for the Ballard Avenue Landmark District (BLD) Board was held by mail with a ballot deadline of June 25, 2024.  Two positions were up for election.  The results are as follows: In accordance with the Election Procedures for the BLD Board, a runoff elect[...]

Get funding for your community projects through the Neighborhood Matching Fund

Front Porch

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON) is currently accepting applications for the Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF). NMF is a granting program that consists of two funds – the Community Partnership Fund (CPF) and the Small Sparks Fund (SSF) – which support grassroots [...]

Landmarks Preservation Board to consider nomination of University Way Apartments

Front Porch

Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board will consider the nomination of University Way Apartments Office located at 4750 University Way NE at its meeting on Wednesday, August 7, 2024 at 3:30 p.m.  The nomination will be posted on the Department of Neighborhoods website[...]

City of Seattle’s Neighborhood Matching Fund Invests $1,123,111 in 27 Community-led Projects 

Front Porch

The City of Seattle has awarded $1,123,111 to support 27 community-initiated projects through the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF). Twenty-seven community groups received awards averaging $41,597 and have pledged $1,034,436 to match the[...]

Man Shot in North Seattle Neighborhood

SPD Blotter

Police are investigating a shooting that left one man seriously injured in Northgate neighborhood. Wednesday shortly before 11:30 p.m., 911 Dispatch received reports of a shooting in a parking lot near Stone Avenue North and North 100th Street.  Police arrived and found a 5[...]

Police Arrest Man for Domestic Violence Shooting in South Seattle, Two Handguns Recovered

SPD Blotter

Seattle Police arrested a man for a domestic violence shooting in South Seattle Tuesday Morning. On July 9th at 3:18 a.m., patrol officers responded to a report of a woman being shot in the 5700 block of South Norfolk Street. Officers located the 47-year-old victim in nearby[...]

Man Arrested for Firing off Handgun in South Seattle

SPD Blotter

Seattle Police arrested a man for firing off a gun multiple times in South Seattle last week. On July 4th at 9:12 p.m., patrol officers responded to a report of a man walking and shooting a gun in the 4500 block of South Fletcher Street. Police located and processed the scen[...]

Man Shot in Mount Baker Neighborhood   

SPD Blotter

Police are investigating a shooting in a Mount Baker Neighborhood. Monday shortly before 11:55 p.m., 911 dispatch (CARE) received reports of a shooting in the 3000 block of South Mount Baker Blvd. Officers arrived and found a 29-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound to[...]

Hearst Foundations award three grants to Washington groups

seattlepi.com: Local News

The Hearst Foundations has awarded three Washington groups with grants.

Hearst Foundations award Emergency Food Network with a $150,000 grant

seattlepi.com: Local News

The Hearst Foundations has awarded the Emergency Food Network with a $150,000 grant.

Hearst Foundations award Washington State University with a $150,000 grant

seattlepi.com: Local News

The Hearst Foundations has awarded Washington State University with a $150,000 grant.

Hearst Foundations award Seattle Art Museum with $250,000 grant

seattlepi.com: Local News

The Hearst Foundations has awarded the Seattle Art Museum with a grant.

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