Georgetown is a great place, and a great place to call home… Want help or want to help make it better?

These community-based organizations and programs are good resources to explore. Housing? Safety? Something else?
Cick on the links below to learn more about specific programs and services. 
Are you planning a community even in Georgtown and looking for support? The GMA can help you with planning, funding and executing your event in Georgetown.   Apply here for event sponsorship and support:
GMA Event Sponsorship Application

Orcas Business Park is a family owned office space in the heart of Georgetown www.orcasbusinesspark.com

The Georgetown Community Council is a non-profit organization seeking to improve the quality of life for all who live, work, and play in Georgetown, Seattle.
The Friends of Georgetown History is a non profit 501(c3) organization dedicated to celebrating the neighborhood of Georgetown's many contributions to Seattle's early years.
Mini Mart City Park is a place for the arts, education, environmental action, and community collaboration in the Duwamish Valley.

Viva Farms is dedicated to preserving sustainable farming by creating a strong and just local food system.

DVSS is a cooperative force of South Park and Georgetown community members who envision a network of comfortable walking and biking routes throughout or neighborhoods. www.dvsafestreets.org

History Link is the free online encyclopedia of Washington State History. www.historylink.org
The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington State


REACH builds relationships with people experiencing homelessness and connects them to the help that they need – everything from food and clothing to medical care, shelter, and mental health and/or substance use treatment.

Contact: info@georgetownseattle.org
or 206-429-5133