The Duwamish river valley and the communities we now know as Georgetown and South Park have been inhabited for many generations. The Duwamish Tribe were the original inhabitants of the area, with white settlers arriving in the 1850's.
Bounded by the mainlines of the BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad, Boeing Field, manufacturing facilities, major roadways, and the Duwamish River flowing through the middle. These two communities are hubs of transportation, industry, and residential spaces.
Because of major transportation and industry so active in the area, air quality is greatly impacted - along with other environmental facets.
Our relationships and engagement with the community include a variety of efforts.