Neighborhood Knowledge

Neighborhood Knowledge



With several employers bringing back their workforce to Pioneer Square, we want to give your staff a warm welcome!

We’ve created this web page and a one-page document for the returning upper floor office staff to make the transition back to the office as seamless as possible. In addition to providing returning workers with information on how to engage with the neighborhood and shop local, we are also rounding up neighborhood retailers’ discounts or specials for upper floor folks.

If your staff need additional resources to support their return to work, please contact us at


Stay Informed

From First Thursday Art Walk to live music, there’s plenty to do in Pioneer Square.

  1. The Alliance for Pioneer Square sends out a monthly email newsletter to the Pioneer community. Join our Newsletter list to receive the latest news from around the Pioneer Square neighborhood. Sign up HERE.
  2. Follow us on social media at @pioneersquare on Facebook and Instagram to see what’s happening in Pioneer Square
  3. Looking for something to do? Browse our calendar of events for more entertainment and events in the neighborhood.


Neighborhood Marketplace

Looking for a lunch spot or a happy hour hang? We’ve got ideas for you.

  1. 2023-2024 Pioneer Square Neighborhood Map and Guide: Featuring stunning photography, the 2022-2023 Pioneer Square Neighborhood Map and Guide covers everything you'll need to know about the neighborhood.
  2. Pioneer Square Business Listings Map: On the Pioneer Square business listing map, you'll find the full array of retail shops, restaurants/bars/cafes, art galleries, and more.
  3. Online Neighborhood Marketplace: Our online marketplace hosts items from local businesses from alpaca sweaters to custom jewelry along with takeout and delivery details from restaurants. Find your next local treasure.


Getting Here

Commuting by bus, bike, or rail? We’ve got you covered. 

There are many ways to get to Pioneer Square. Just a few minutes from SODO, the Stadiums, Chinatown-International District, Seattle Waterfront and Downtown Core, the neighborhood is served by more modes of transportation than anywhere else in the city. You can get to Pioneer Square by car, public transit and alternative modes of transportation such as rideshare, and bike/scooter share services. For an overview of all transportation options, view our Getting Here page


Care for the Square

See unsightly graffiti, a pothole, or illegal dumping?

The Find It, Fix It app allows users to report selected issues to the City of Seattle. Report an issue you observe in the neighborhood via the Find It, Fix It app. Users simply submit a photo with detailed information and using the map’s “drag and drop” feature to pinpoint the location. Find the app HERE .