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Traffic is as much part of life in Ballard as are the sweeping vistas, the beaches, the Ballard Locks, Ballard Avenue, Market Street and the Edith Macefield House.  Below are live images and information Ballardites like to have at their fingertips, including a Tide Chart.

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Ballard Event Venues

Planning a special event in Seattle?  Check out this list of Ballard event venues for private dining, parties, weddings, family reunions, corporate events and networking meetings in this delicious North Seattle neighborhood.

*** Hi-Life Restaurant & Bar

Perfect event venue for Private Dining, Business Meetings and Parties in historic Ballard fire station.

Hi Life in Renovated 1911 Ballard Fire Station

Hi Life Restaurant and Bar in Ballard

hi-life-logoLocated in the beautifully renovated, historic Ballard Firehouse No. 18, Hi-Life is a tribute to elegance, architectural preservation and good taste. The restaurant has a private dining room, which can seat up to 26 for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This brightly lit room at Hi-Life can accommodate up to 36 or even 50 adults for cocktail receptions if the adjacent bar area is reserved.

The menu features seasonal products and the pizzas from the wood-fired oven are a well known delicacy with service to match. We give the Hi-Life two thumbs up! Give them a call for any questions or to schedule a visit today.

5425 Russell Avenue NW
Seattle WA, 98107  map
(206) 784-7272

Hi Life Ballard Website
Hi Life Ballard Facebook page

*** Ray's Boathouse Restaurant & Cafe

Perfect event venue for Private Dining, Parties and Banquets on Ballard Waterfront.

The view from Ray's in Ballard.

rays-logoRay's in Ballard is an institution, a beacon for people in the know and a central meeting point for the Seattle community. Located directly on one of the choicest stretches of Puget Sound waterfront where the boat traffic to and from the Ballard Locks has been creating an inimitable view for over 40 years!

The service, food and atmosphere are first class at Ray's and has earned the business a James Beard Award. Families and companies count on Ray's regularly for every occasion, ranging from weddings and small family reunions to corporate and nonprofit business lunches.  A separate banquet building facility makes Ray's a place to check out when you are organizing a special event, from annual fundraiser to once in a lifetime wedding.  Schedule a tour today.

6049 Seaview Avenue NW
Seattle WA, 98107 map
(206) 789-3770

Ray's Website
Ray's Facebook page

Ballard Bay Club

Perfect event space for Weddings, Parties, Conferences and Banquets on Shilshole Bay.

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Salmon Bay Club from the beach in Ballard.

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Ballard Bay Club is a waterfront event space for 150 to 1,000 people on one of Seattle's choicest waterfront stretches, replete with palm trees and sandy beach provide a picture perfect location for a special family, community or business event.

Unfettered views onto the Olympic Mountains, breathtaking sunsets and passing tugboats are the backdrop for weddings, proms, conferences and parties of all sorts here on Puget Sound's Shilshole Bay.  Ballard Bay Club is operated by Seattle's own Jewel Hospitality.  Schedule a tour today.

6413 Seaview Avenue NW
Seattle WA, 98107 map
(206) 524 - 4918

Ballard Bay Club Website
Jewel Hospitality Facebook page

*** Percy's & Co. 

Perfect for Private Dining, Meetings and Social Gatherings in Seattle's historic Ballard.

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Percy's & Co. on historic Ballard Avenue.

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Nominated one of People's Top Bars by Food & Wine Magazine in 2014, Percy's & Co. welcomes private parties in its glass covered garden patio overlooking Salmon Bay. The vibe at Percy's & Co. is pure Ballard, rooted in history but with a modern twist. The Garden Patio can accommodate up to 45 people. There is no room fee and the skilled bar staff will be happy to create a custom cocktail named after you just for the occasion.

If you have not been to Percy's & Co. in the heart of Old Ballard, then you are missing something special.  Drop by to see if Percy's is the right venue for your next special celebration.

5233 Ballard Avenue NW
Seattle WA, 98107 map
(206) 524-4918

Percy's & Co. Website
Percy's & Co. Instagram page

*** Olaf's Pussy Door & Back Room

Perfect for Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.

olafLong time Ballard residents recall the Copper Gate, which is now Olaf' about 5 blocks from QFC in the center of Ballard (lovely walk).  The specialties here are beer, burgers and fun with plenty of TV screens for sports or whatever the crowd dictates!

In its first year, Olaf's was named Best Neighborhood Pub in Seattle by the readers of Seattle Magazine.  The famous Pussy Door leads to the back room, which has cocktail lounge style seating, pinball machines and huge projector screen.  Drop by to see if this is the right venue for your big event!

 6301 24th Ave NW
Seattle WA, 98107 map
(206) 297-6122

Olaf's Website
Olaf's Facebook page

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Good times at Olaf's in Ballard.

*** Leif Erikson Lodge

Perfect Venue for Weddings, Family Reunions and Business Luncheons in Nordic Style in the Heart of Ballard.

leif-erikson-lodge-ballard-logoOf all Ballard event venues, this may be one of the best known.  As the site of innumerable community and family events over the years, Leif Erikson Lodge in Ballard is beloved by most residents who have lived here more than a few years.  This is also where the local Norwegian community in Ballard has united for decades.

The Grand Hall at Leif Erikson Lodge can accommodate up to 125 guest and has an adjoining kitchen for you to use or to put at the disposal of your favorite caterer.  Space for small meetings and events is also available.

Find your Pleasure for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Happy Hour.

Below are a few of the happiest places for Happy Hour in Ballard.  For a current list of  all Ballard Bars, Restaurants, Taverns and Cafes, click here.  For Master List of Ballard Breweries, Tap Rooms, Distillers and Wineries, click here.

  • Ray's Boathouse & Cafe - Enjoy two waterfront Ballard Happy Hour options daily from 4-6 pm at Ray's. The Boathouse is located on the main level, and the Café is located upstairs.
  • Hi-Life - Happy Hour weekdays 8:30-11 AM.  Every day 3-6:30 PM and again after 10 PM.  On Tuesdays 3 PM til close.
  • Olaf's - Happy Hour Monday through Saturday 3-6 PM and all day Sundays for deluxe burgers, beer and pinball.
  • Bramling Cross - Celebrate in style!  Happy hour from 5-6 PM and 10-11 PM daily at the bar on historic Ballard Avenue.
  • Percy's Seattle - Specials on craft cocktails and appetizers daily 4-6 PM and 4 PM until close on Mondays.
  • Shiku Sushi - Combine a California Roll and Manny's beer for under $10!  Happy Hour is served 4:30-6:30 PM during the week and 12-6 PM on weekends.
  • 8oz. Burgers Ballard - Happy Hour daily from 4-6 PM and 9 PM until close at this growing, premium burger joint.  Wednesday is Industry Night - get a deal with proof of employment in any neighboring bar or restaurant.
  • Hazlewood - Quintessential Ballard hangout with strong connections to the Seattle music community.  Happy hour daily 4-7 PM and Sundays all night.
  • Hale's Ales Brew Pub - Happy Hour Monday-Friday 3-6 PM and Late Night Sunday-Thursday 9-10 PM; Friday & Saturday 10-11 PM.  Seven Buck Lunch is always $7 Monday-Friday, 11 AM-3 PM.
  • Need more happy hour options in Ballard?  No problem.  Dozens of other popular spots are within a few blocks of one another for Happy Hour.  Check out Gracia, Stoneburner, Senor Moose Cafe, Hotel Albatross (not a hotel), Ballard Loft, Moshi Moshi Sushi, 4B's Ballard - formerly Ballard Grill & Ale House (lots of pool tables), Market Arms Pub, Kangaroo & Kiwi, Cafe Mox Game Parlour (for board game lovers, Skillet Diner, Shelter Lounge, Lock & Keel, Conor Byrne, The Sexton, Pono Ranch, Essex, Delancey, Brimmer & Heeltap, San Fermo, Golden Beetle, Bramling Cross, Bastille, Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen, Hattie's Hat, Marine Hardware at Staple & Fancy, La Isla, Matador, King's Hardware, The Walrus and the Carpenter, Ballard Annex Oyster House and Ocho.  So many options.  The fun is in discovering the places you love in Ballard!
  • Organize a Ballard bar crawl.  It's easy.  Meet your crew at the intersection of Market Street and Ballard Avenue; walk any direction!  Most happy hours are between 3 and 6 PM with some variances.  Happy hour starts again at select places after 10.  Mondays and Tuesdays are good to find all day Happy Hours.  Cheers!

The following restaurants, coffee shops and bakeries serve BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER in the heart of Ballard.  These are all within easy walking distance:

  • Hi-Life serves all day in the spacious, beautifully renovated 1911 fire station.  Perfect for business, social or family outing.  Separate bar and private dining area.  Seasonal menu of local, farm-fresh products.  A must-see.  Open every day!
  • Senor Moose Cafe is known by locals for its unwavering commitment and creative homage to fresh Mexican cuisine.  Small, colorful and absolutely worth a visit.  Good value and unique.  Seattle Magazine calls it "the best breakfast in town".  Open daily.
  • The venerable Cupcake Royale and Verite Coffee is a community favorite and popular meeting spot next to the movie theater.  Cupcake Royale serves more than just coffee and caffeine; it serves joy.  Open all day, every day!

These popular places serve lunch, dinner and dessert in the heart of Ballard:

  • Porkchop & Co. has built a reputation in the neighborhood for beautiful, innovative dishes using local, farm-fresh products.  Popular for brunch.  Open Tuesday through Sunday.
  • Red Mill Totem House Burgers is the place to for food next to the Ballard Locks.  Red Mill onion rings have received national acclaim and pair beautifully with fish & chips or burgers, which have brought pleasure to countless locals, families and visitors.
  • Volterra is an esteemed culinary destination in Ballard.  The blend of  contemporary Italian cuisine, art, decor, service and wine have earned Volterra national acclaim.  This is a must-see and a must-taste.  Open daily for lunch and dinner!  Lunch options include a prix-fixe menu and takeout.     
  • Hale's Ale's Brew Pub serves lunch and dinner daily in the neighborhood's oldest independent, local brewery.  A filling Seven Buck Lunch is always $7 on weekdays.  Fresh beer, fresh food and fresh pizza await all who visit this active and esteemed Ballard brewery.
  • India Bistro may be the best value for lunch in Ballard with choice of delicious buffet or a-la-carte North Indian cuisine.  India Bistro also offers takeout and catering.  Open every day from 11 AM!
  • Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen sports a one-of-a-kind Texas-sized bar, dining area and terrace with sweeping views over Salmon Bay.  It's a must-see in the thick of the action.  Great for business lunch and large groups.  Open daily from mid-morning!
  • The Matador is ideally located at the top of historic Ballard Avenue.  This is a Seattle hot spot reputed for its Tequila Bar, good food and action.  The nachos rank among best in town.  A stylish meeting point for any occasion with sidewalk seating available.  Open daily from 11 AM to 2 AM!
  • Ballard Loft is Seattle sports central in Ballard.  Located in a funky, fun space with beautiful patio, games, screens and contemporary bar menu.  Ballard Loft will keep you coming back.  Open every day until 1:30 AM.

These fine establishments specialize in serving dinner:

  • Percy's & Co. was nominated as one of America's Best New Bars within two years of opening on this historic stretch of Ballard Avenue.  Stylish booth seating, long high-top tables seating 20 and a covered back patio.  Craft cocktails are concocted by Joe and Kyle to cure your ills, apothecary-style.  Delectable menu and well worth a visit.  Open every day until 2 AM.
  • The Gerald is craft cocktails and comfort food with a cool, mid-century vibe, a perfect stop while visiting Ballard's three vinyl record shops.  Vegetarian and vegan options on the menu with a back room for larger parties and private events.  Open every day for dinner until late and all day on weekends!
  • Ballard Annex Oyster House connects the neighborhood to its nautical roots with fresh seafood, a bustling oyster & shellfish bar and an impressive, separate cocktail space for large parties and private events.  Ballard Annex has many local fans and regulars.  Open daily for dinner and all day on weekends!
  • Olaf's was voted best Neighborhood Pub in Seattle by readers of Seattle Magazine in 2015.  Olaf's burgers, beers and good cheer keep locals coming back week after week.  Everything on the menu is prepared with attention to detail and love.  If you don't mind the vagina door and TV screens, then you will love Olaf's.  Open daily from 3 PM to 2 AM.
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In addition to all the people and organizations recognized in our Community section, we are honored to thank the following individuals who have provided inspiration, guidance, food and drinks in support of this initiative to celebrate the businesses, events and traditions that keep Ballard strong and vibrant.  Thank you also to the countless others who have demonstrated their support and ideas for EAT Ballard.

- Alasdair Turner, mountaineer, explorer, Antarctic scientist and professional photographer.
- Angela Shen, Founder of Savor Seattle Tours, America's Top Food Tour.
- Brad Hole, Food, Fishing & Business Expert; Founder Kayak Fishing Washington and Honey Hole Honey.
- Darnell Sue, Socialite, Blogger and PR Maven.
- David Hawxhurst, Maritime Photographer.
- Dean Adams, Retired, Halibut Longline Fisherman, Author and Speaker.
- Don-Michael Bradford, PhD, CE Colonel, USAF-Ret., DAV.
- Doug Zellers, Food & Beverage Leader.
- Ernest Hildeberg, Artist & Community Leader.
- Jamie Peha, Food Community Organizer, Businesswoman and Communications Expert.
- Jay Dotson, Aerial Photography Specialist and Ballard Community Supporter.
- Jeff Ofelt, Entrepreneur, Investor, Restaurateur and Community Leader.
- Jeff Pond, Maritime Photographer, Boeing Airplane Builder and Family Man.
- Jenny Young, Ballard parent and community leader.
- Judy Kirkhuff, Ballard Farmers Market Master.
- Ken Myer, Senior Executive Management Consultant.
- Kevin Willis, Photographer, Video Producer, Artist.
- Leslie Mehren, National Art and Estate Sales Expert, Designer and Ballardite Wanderlust.
- Linda Evans, Maritime Photographer, Local Guide and Powerhouse.
- Long Bach Nguyen, World Renowned Aviation Expert & Photographer from Seattle.
- Lucy Bartlett, Oxford University Said School of Business Graduate and Social Enterprise Expert.
- Mark Tupper, Food & Beverage Entrepreneur and Leader.
- Melissa Peterman, Event Organizer and Food + Beverage Community Builder.
- Mike Thelin, Founder Feast Portland.
- Pete Blecha, Seattle Music Historian and Writer.
- Peter Levy, Seattle Restaurateur.
- Rik Tokuno, Senior Executive Management Consultant.
- Ralph, Coolman, Artist, Photographer, Professor, Community Organizer.
- Robyn Barfoot, Big Cat Expert, Wildlife Conservation Advocate and past Crowned Queen of Issaquah.
- Rob Casey, Leading Ballard paddling authority, guide and instructor.
- Sigma Sreedhara, Seattle Photographer extraordinaire.
- Sue Pierce, Neighbor and Community Organizer.
- Tate Rogers, Entrepreneur and Food + Beverage Community Leader.

And a huge thank you to the restaurants, bars, cafes, breweries and local Food & Beverage businesses who make it possible!

 

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A Million Cool Things Everyone should Know about Ballard Facts and Trivia.

  • Ballard was established in 1889 as a mill town on the water.  Within 15 years, it was one of the biggest mill towns in America.  Today, this Seattle neighborhood retains a small town feel, but with an increasingly urban flair.  Ballard adjoins water on two sides (fresh and salt) encompassing 4 square miles.  In light traffic conditions, it takes 15 minutes to drive from the Space Needle to Ballard.
  • As one astute EAT BALLARD fan noted, one could say that "Seattle ate Ballard" when it was annexed in 1907 with 17,000 residents.  Today, Ballard has an estimated 40,000 residents and growing.
  • The Hiram Chittenden Locks will be 100 years old in 2017, one of Seattle's top tourist destinations and a local favorite.  The "Ballard Locks", as they are known locally, connect fresh and salt waters, holding back the flood of an enormous water basin (Lake Union, Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish).  The fish ladder at the locks provides access for large runs of salmon returning to their native streams along with a front-row seat for the people of Seattle and visitors to watch them and the sea lions who prey on them.
  • The drawbridges around Ballard are reputed as some of the world's busiest because of boat traffic (commercial and leisure) transiting between the fresh and salt waters connected by the Ballard Locks.  The average time for a drawbridge to open and close is about 4 minutes and quite a sight.  The drawbridges do not open between 7-9 AM or between 4-6 PM on weekdays.   The bridges are opened and closed by the bridge tender who communicates with vessels from a high perch with a prime view.
  • Seattle is the de facto home port of the North Pacific Fishing Fleet.  Boats like Northwestern, made famous by the Deadliest Catch TV Series, moor in Ballard while in port.
  • Ballard's European settlers came from the Scandinavian countries, specifically Norway.  Their influence and contribution to the community remains steadfast, represented by community treasures such as the Leif Eriksson Lodge and Nordic Heritage Museum.
  • Ballard is a great place to eat.  Don't let us get started on that.  The estimated density of cafes, bakeries, restaurants and bars in Ballard is double or triple most US cities.  Ballard's culinary community is comprised predominantly of locally owned and independently operated businesses.  There are few national chains and franchises.
  •  There is a big, beautiful public pier located a stone's throw from the center of Old Ballard.  This is fresh water above the locks.  This pier by the boarded-up Yankee Diner extends into Salmon Bay and offers unrivaled views on Ballard's maritime activity.  This is a terrific place to walk.  Short-term mooring is usually available, but boaters are advised to bring or lock valuables.  All the food action is just a block away with ample parking at Yankee Diner lot.
  • Ballard has its own neighborhood skate park just two blocks away from the Historic District.
  • Ballard Farmers Market is the #1 farmers market in Washington, by sales, and it was the first neighborhood farmers market in Seattle to be open year-round.
  • Jacques Cousteau's famous research ship, Calypso, was built in Ballard.
  • Ballard is a photographer's dream for Seattle maritime, industrial, food, historical, architectural subjects and sidewalk action shots.
  • The Ballard Historical Society has a terrific walking map of Ballard that you can print out and follow.  It highlights and explains all the most historical buildings and sites in Ballard.
  • Locally owned and operated Majestic Bay Theatres will make you go Wow!  The triplex in the heart of Ballard is a monument to modern elegance and a tribute to the community.
  • Have a look! How does Ballard stack up with other great 'B' towns in terms of population and area?Ballard: 44,000 people / 5 square miles
    Bainbridge Island: 23,000 / 65
    Bangor: 32,000 / 34
    Bothell: 35,000 / 12
    Bremerton: 39,000 / 32
    Bozeman: 40,000 / 20
    Burlington: 42,000 / 16
    Burien: 49,000 / 13
    Bergen op Zoom: 66,000 / 35
    Bend: 81,000 / 32
    Bellingham: 82,000 / 31
    Boulder: 100,000 / 25
    Burbank: 104,000 / 52
    Billings: 110,000 / 41
    Berne: 126,000 / 20
    Bellevue: 133,000 / 36
    Brussels: 177,000 / 62
    Baton Rouge: 227,000 / 80
    Buffalo: 258,000 / 52
    Bergen: 265,000 / 180
    Bristol: 428,000 / 42
    Boston: 645,000 / 90
    Seattle: 652,000 / 83
    Brisbane: 1,000,000 / 527
    Barcelona: 1,600,000 / 40
    Budapest: 1,700,000 / 200
    Brooklyn: 2,600,000 / 97
    Buenos Aires: 2,700,000 / 79
    Berlin: 3,500,000 / 344
    Bangalore: 4,000,000 / 286
    Bangkok: 6,355,000 / 606
    Beijing: 11,500,000 / 6,487
    Bombay: 14,300,000 / 233

This page is updated continually.  Your input is greatly appreciated.  Please email suggestions to eatballard@gmail.com


Ballard Facts and TrivaWhat TV show stars the Ballard-based Northwestern pictured here?  If you don't already know, click on photo for answer.

Eat, Walk, Live Ballard!

We are delighted to present the Ballard Visitor Map & Guide on Google Maps.   You can choose from:

    • Restaurants, bars, bakeries, cafes and dessert shops;
    • Ballard boutiques and cool shops;
    • Walking and biking route maps;
    • Points of interest for Ballard visitors, tourists and residents;
    • Ballard breweries, tap rooms, distillers and much more.  

Ballard Visitors Map

For the latest Ballard parking information from SDOT and Ballard Chamber of Commerce (now Ballard Alliance), click here.

 

Getting to Ballard is worth it!  Timing is everything.               

Many people walk or bike to Ballard.  The best known local secret for pedestrians and bikers is probably the crossing at the Hiram Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), which connects Ballard to Magnolia, Fishermen's Terminal and the lovely Ship Canal Trail.  Give it a shot!  It's an awesome route passing the fish ladder, the locks, the botanical garden and ending up in the culinary heart of Seattle.


Ways to reach Ballard:

    • Plane.  Actually, this would be the most difficult way to reach us.  We need to look into it.  Boeing Field is the general aviation airport closest to Ballard.  Seatac International Airport is a 45 to 60 minute car ride from Ballard at mid-day.
    • Helicopter. Possible.  Call us and we will be happy to set up a great landing spot for you and invite you to lunch.
    • Boat/yacht.  No problem.  Just around the corner, on the salt water side of the locks, Shilshole Bay Marina offers world-class amenities for boaters and yachters.  Shilshole is a 5-7 minute Uber ride from the center of Ballard.
    • Foot/bike.  Our favorite mode of transportation.  Check out our  Walking Map.  Good for bikers too.
    • Public transit.  Not great, but available and navigable.  Bus from downtown Seattle will drop you right by the Edith Macefield House, a stone's throw from all the action.
    • Car.  Isn't this how most of us get around?  The options are endless from battery operated to chauffeured.  Cars are our modern day equivalent of a king's stable.  To be green, don't drive around in circles for street parking; head to one of the numerous pay lots or to Swedish Hospital's 400 car garage.  It will save you time the short walk will feel great!

Travel Time Estimates from Key Destinations (check your GPS)

    • From Ballard Locks: 3-5 minutes
    • From Shilshole Bay Marina: 6-8 minutes
    • From Woodland Park Zoo: 6-8 minutes
    • From Golden Gardens Park:  8-10 minutes
    • From Carkeek Park:  11-14 minutes
    • From Green Lake: 12-15 minutes
    • From University of Washington:  15-20 minutes
    • From Northgate:  15-20 minutes
    • From the Space Needle: 15-20 minutes
    • From South Lake Union: 15-20 minutes
    • From Seatac International Airport: 35-60 minutes
    • From Redmond: 30-40 minutes
    • From Mercer Island:  25-40 minutes
    • From North Seattle:  20-30 minutes
    • From Everett: 35-50 minutes
    • From Bellingham: 1.5 hours
    • From Vancouver: 3 hours
    • From Portland: 3.5 hours
    • Door-to-door from Paris center: 16 hours
    • Door-to-door from Shanghai center:  18 hours

Traffic

Of course, there can be congestion on the way to Ballard, including the possibility of a Pacific Fleet Fishing Boat or tall masted sailboat causing one of the draw bridges to open.  However, thanks to the GPS mapping system on your phone from the brilliant minds at Microsoft and Google, surprises are generally avoidable.

We know it's easier and more pleasant to drive here without traffic, but don't let it stop you.   Enjoy your voyage in the car, hopefully not alone and with someone you love.  You will be transported back in time when you reach Ballard where you will be welcomed warmly by the local business owners and workers.  It's worth it!

Here is a live look at traffic around Greater Seattle and arterials leading to Ballard.


Parking

Did you know that up to 40% of urban traffic congestion is from cars circling the streets for street parking?  You can help reduce congestion by driving directly to the 400-car parking garage at Swedish Hospital or using one of the other local pay lots on this map from the Ballard Alliance (formerly Ballard Chamber of Commerce) and Seattle Department of Transportation.

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For the latest updates from SDOT on Ballard parking, click here.

 

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