Delivering for Our Community in 2022

Hello Neighbors!

This year, our office made significant investments into housing and homelessness services, community-based public safety initiatives, climate justice, and economic revitalization. Nevertheless, we still have a lot of work ahead of us. 2023 is going to be a critical year for the future of our city as we work to create a vision for sustainability that supports healthy neighborhoods and safe places for people. Thank you D2 for your support, organizing, and mobilizing. It is a privilege to serve our communities. I look forward to continuing the work alongside you in 2023!

Tammy Morales' Signature

Tammy J. Morales
Councilmember, District 2 | Chinatown / International District & South Seattle

Selected Accomplishments in 2022

Councilmember Tammy J. Morales' Selected Accomplishments during 2022

$1.25 million to protect access to reproductive care & gender-affirming care
$1 Million to create safer bike lanes in South Seattle
Nearly $3 Million to create Community Resilience Hubs for neighbors to escape extreme heat and smoke events
$2 Million towards the construction of Rainier Beach Skate Park
Repealed the Heating Oil Tax which will save millions for people who live in older homes
$600K to protect critical homelessness services and programming
$440K to implement a Neighborhood Safety Model & increase street outreach in the Chinatown/International District
$200K for improving ADA accessibility at Kubota Garden
$112K for Rainier Beach’s A Beautiful Safe Place for Youth program
$166K to restore full funding for Anti-Asian Hate programming
Restored $584K of funding for Seattle Neighborhood Group
$252K for the Be’er Sheva Park Art Installation
$250K for the arts hub led by Black and brown youth at Station Space/King Street Station
$250K toward a Community Investment Trust to increase community ownership of property
$100K for an affected-persons program for families & victims of police violence
$50K for more visible buoys in Andrews Bay