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Proctor Blocks : La Paloma Market Expansion

Community members can make this summer a season of walkable, family-friendly fun in Tacoma’s North End with the new Proctor Blocks: Open Streets Events series. The City of Tacoma’s Neighborhood Planning Program is partnering with local organizations to host pedestrian-friendly street fairs and activities. This summer event series was inspired by community feedback shared during the creation of the Proctor Neighborhood Plan on the need to create more public gathering spaces and opportunities in the heart of the neighborhood. The series will transform specific non-arterial streets into vibrant, pedestrian-friendly spaces for activities and events by temporarily closing them to cars at different points throughout the summer. More than 700 community members voted to allocate Neighborhood Planning Booster Grant funding towards this project, which will bring food trucks, performances, artisan markets and more to neighborhood streets brought to life with pedestrian traffic. Planning for the summer event series has been powered forward by a committee of community members, neighbors, and local organizations. The Proctor Blocks: Open Streets Events series kicks off with an expansion of the La Paloma Market, showcasing a diverse selection of artisan and vintage goods curated by BIPOC and youth vendors. In July, Greentrike and Mason Methodist United […]

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Proctor Blocks : La Paloma Market Expansion

Community members can make this summer a season of walkable, family-friendly fun in Tacoma’s North End with the new Proctor Blocks: Open Streets Events series. The City of Tacoma’s Neighborhood Planning Program is partnering with local organizations to host pedestrian-friendly street fairs and activities. This summer event series was inspired by community feedback shared during the creation of the Proctor Neighborhood Plan on the need to create more public gathering spaces and opportunities in the heart of the neighborhood. The series will transform specific non-arterial streets into vibrant, pedestrian-friendly spaces for activities and events by temporarily closing them to cars at different points throughout the summer. More than 700 community members voted to allocate Neighborhood Planning Booster Grant funding towards this project, which will bring food trucks, performances, artisan markets and more to neighborhood streets brought to life with pedestrian traffic. Planning for the summer event series has been powered forward by a committee of community members, neighbors, and local organizations. The Proctor Blocks: Open Streets Events series kicks off with an expansion of the La Paloma Market, showcasing a diverse selection of artisan and vintage goods curated by BIPOC and youth vendors. In July, Greentrike and Mason Methodist United […]

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Proctor Blocks : La Paloma Market Expansion

Community members can make this summer a season of walkable, family-friendly fun in Tacoma’s North End with the new Proctor Blocks: Open Streets Events series. The City of Tacoma’s Neighborhood Planning Program is partnering with local organizations to host pedestrian-friendly street fairs and activities. This summer event series was inspired by community feedback shared during the creation of the Proctor Neighborhood Plan on the need to create more public gathering spaces and opportunities in the heart of the neighborhood. The series will transform specific non-arterial streets into vibrant, pedestrian-friendly spaces for activities and events by temporarily closing them to cars at different points throughout the summer. More than 700 community members voted to allocate Neighborhood Planning Booster Grant funding towards this project, which will bring food trucks, performances, artisan markets and more to neighborhood streets brought to life with pedestrian traffic. Planning for the summer event series has been powered forward by a committee of community members, neighbors, and local organizations. The Proctor Blocks: Open Streets Events series kicks off with an expansion of the La Paloma Market, showcasing a diverse selection of artisan and vintage goods curated by BIPOC and youth vendors. In July, Greentrike and Mason Methodist United […]

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