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RNA  |  The Roosevelt Neighborhood Association


The mission of the Roosevelt Business Group is to bring vitality to and interest in our neighborhood through collaborative efforts among businesses, the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association, the City of Seattle, private developers, Sound Transit, residents, schools, and other interested parties.

Annual Membership Dues
$95 – Businesses (includes one voting membership and a 20% discount on ads in The Roosie newsletter)

For more information please contact the RBG Chairperson – business@rooseveltseattle.org


Learn more about unique opportunities with the City of Seattle for RBG members!

Download your benefit information sheet.

Upcoming meetings:

August 5, 2015 at Ten Thousand Villages, 8:30 am 

At 8:30am we will be meeting at Ten Thousand Villages for our August meeting and then meet back in the evening for a gathering with the Seattle Police Department intern to hear from us!

8:30am Meet and Greet – exchange opportunities and exciting news with the neighbors and find ways to collaborate on topics to solve issues and create community!
SDOT repave/bike lane/parking
SPD Community Rep: Karmen Schuur will be leading the evening event at 6pm at TTV
Bull Moose Festival
Other news?

THEN at 6:00pm
Focus group with Seattle Police Department Research Analyst for the North Precinct. Come give your insight, input, about SPD.

See you soon!

September 2, 2015, 8:30am Location, TBD.


Past Meetings:

April 1, 2015, 8:30am at Ten Thousand Villages
May 6, 2015, 8:30am at Umpqua Bank
June 3, 2015, 8:30am at Whole Foods


The Business Group meets the first Wednesday of the month from 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. at various businesses in the neighborhood. Come at 8:30 a.m. to socialize before the meeting.

Our current goals include:

  • Preparing for grants that enhance the business corridor
  • Working with Sound Transit to improve visibility and viability during light rail construction
  • Planning and participating in events that build community among residents and businesses
  • Discussing beautification and crime prevention efforts
  • Planning cross promotions
  • Providing educational opportunities for neighborhood businesses

We are looking for additional assistance in organizing and growing our group. Available positions include: secretary, business membership lead, and events and educational opportunities coordinator. All positions are currently volunteer based.

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We know how to have fun and work with our leaders!

rich 2 year anniversary with ttv 2014 with the mayor 2014

For more information please contact the RBG Chairperson – business@rooseveltseattle.org


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