A decade of building socially just, sustainable communities.
Puget Sound Sage is turning ten! Come celebrate Puget Sound Sage's 10th Anniversary on Thursday, November 16th at 5:00 pm as we honor a decade of movement building and huge policy wins for working families in the region!
Our work has resulted in ground breaking policy changes such as Seattle's paid sick and safe leave, $15 minimum wage, a new low-income transit fare called ORCA Lift, and mandatory inclusionary housing policies to protect affordable housing in Seattle.
Winners and Losers When Convention Center Expands
KUOW - June 13, 2017, 11:38
Why We Can’t Just Fight for Wage Increases
South Seattle Emerald - June 12, 2017
Airbnb “Welcomes” Seattle’s New Rental Regulation Ideas
Next City - May 4, 2017
On Earth Day, Check Your Privilege
Crosscut - April 21, 2017
Home values increase with transit access, report finds
Curbed Seattle - March 22, 2017
The Carbon Tax Debate Isn't Going Away. What Would the Ideal Bill Look Like?
Yes! Magazine - February 10, 2017
Seattle is Now a Step Closer to a Living Wage Than Any Other U.S. City
May 1, 2014 - Seattle will have the highest minimum wage in the nation if the Seattle City Council adopts a Blue Ribbon proposal announced today. The Mayor’s Income Inequality Advisory Committee now officially calls for a raise of the minimum wage for large employers to $15 an hour.
April 20, 2014 - Our analysis demonstrates that the average tipped worker in Seattle is roughly 32 years old, has at least some level of college education, and earns less than $15 an hour – even if you include tips in their hourly earnings.