Historic Wallingford is an all-volunteer neighborhood organization that aims to showcase stories of the people and places of Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood through its website, newsletter, and community activities.
Are you looking for a way to support the Wallingford community and promote its history? If so, treat yourself to a delicious pie from Tutta Bella between February 11 and 15, when 20 percent of your bill will be donated to Historic Wallingford. Learn more here!
Ongoing and Recent Activities
Our second annual Exploring Wallingford activity has ended but is now available online here. Also, Historic Wallingford has teamed up with Wallingford’s own Feliks Banel and community radio station SPACE 101.1 FM to do a once-a-month live radio broadcast — called The Wallingford Local — at the neighborhood Farmers Market this summer. Our last broadcast was September 27. Check out past episodes and learn more here!
We’re also celebrating the neighborhood’s new National Register historic district — the Wallingford-Meridian Streetcar Historic District.
Historic Wallingford is organized exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes. The purpose of the organization is to promote knowledge and appreciation of the human, environmental and architectural heritage of the Wallingford neighborhood in Seattle through education, publications, assistance to property owners, collection of oral histories, written and photographic ephemera, objects, landmarks, landscapes and structures. Historic Wallingford has been recognized by the US IRS as a 501c3 organization, to which gifts are tax deductible.