Founded in 1980 and headquartered in a restored elementary school building, The Phinney Neighborhood Association is one of Seattle’s best-known community organizations. PNA’s mission is to build, engage and support our diverse community through programs, services and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.
The Phinney Center consists of two buildings: the Blue Building (the upper building) and the Brick Building (the lower building). Both have elevators and are ADA accessible.
The Blue Building
Located on the west side of the campus on Phinney Ave. The elevator is located on the parking lot level, to the east of the staircase.
- Room 7 is located on the 2nd floor of the Blue Building.
The Brick Building
Located on the east side of the campus, accessable from the lower parking lot.
- Community Hall is located on the lower level of the Brick Building and is accessible via stairs or elevator.
Metro route 5 local and express buses travel on Phinney Ave and stop in front of the Phinney Center at the corner of 67th and Phinney. Click here to plan your trip.
There is a parking lot for each building and an outdoor staircase that joins the two lots. The two parking lot entrances are on 67th Ave N.
Upcoming Events at this Venue
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