Some news and information regarding the neighborhood of South Park in Seattle. Recently, the Stranger featured a charming tale of the neighborhood association’s new meeting spot, a watering hole known as the County Line. Prior to that, the P-I featured not one but two stories concerning gang-related killings and community response in the one-square mile neighborhood directly to the south of Georgetown. In 1999, the P-I’s Regina Hackett also contributed a sunny survey of the neighborhood’s future.

The neighborhood association’s old-school website contains links to information about a number of things including some interesting historical data from the City of Seattle and