WASHINGTON, D.C. – Representative Adam Smith (D-Wash.) today announced the 15 Community Project Funding Requests he submitted to the House Appropriations Committee for consideration in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 appropriations bill.
Local leaders and organizations are celebrating the announcement as an important step forward for the realization of these projects, which will make investments across the Ninth District in mental and behavioral health care, affordable housing, public transportation, criminal justice, public safety, education, technology, small business, local economy, and more.
See below for statements of support from local leaders, organizations, and governments.
Arc of King County – Arc Legacy Center: Access to Affordable Housing and Services for Individuals with Disabilities
City of Federal Way – Downtown Civic & Community Space
City of SeaTac – Airport Station Area Pedestrian Improvement Project
City of Seattle – Civilian Assisted Response & Engagement (CARE) Department
Indian American Community Services – IACS Community Center
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center – Technology and Data Project to Benefit Survivors of Sexual Assault
Sound Transit – South Renton Transit Center
Weld Seattle – 1426 Jackson Reintegration Resource Center
Read additional statements of support from Weld Seattle’s community partners here.
YMCA of Greater Seattle – Severson House Renovations (transitional housing)
Find more information about the FY 2024 Community Project Funding requests here.