The North Seattle Industrial Association (NSIA) is the premier business organization for North Seattle maritime, manufacturing and industrial support businesses and its property owners.
For more than 20 years, NSIA has worked to ensure the economic viability of businesses, increase economic growth, provide gainful employment for our residents, and to be responsible members of our local communities, both socially and environmentally. Our members are primarily located in the industrial areas of North Seattle in Lake Union, Fremont, Ballard and Interbay.
NSIA focuses on transportation, land use and environment issues that impact our members. NSIA fosters communication among its membership through monthly meetings and an e-mail newsletter.
Manufacturing and Maritime Jobs Matter
Today, Seattle’s maritime, fishing and industrial sectors have never been stronger. We create thousands of family wage jobs, provide a solid tax base and contribute immensely to our community and its quality of life.
From the historic Ballard Locks to Fishermen’s Terminal to Lake Union, hundreds of businesses are thriving. They are a critical part of what has made and will continue to make Seattle, Seattle.
NSIA has brought its businesses and property owner members together to protect and promote the economic health and vitality of area.
We need your membership, participation and support to tell that story.
We look forward to working with you!
“We count on NSIA to protect our business and our industrial area. They do a tremendous job of working with government agencies, serving as a voice for our businesses and promoting the value of maritime and manufacturing family wage jobs.” - Warren Aakervik, retired, Ballard Oil
Real Jobs. Real Economic Impact.
7:30 - 9 a.m.
May 22, 2018
Car Wash Enterprises
3977 Leary Way NW
Free parking in rear of building
Updates: Eugene Wasserman
Tolling the SR99 Deep Bore Tunnel. The Washington State Transportation Committee is the decision maker on who pays which tolls. We are lucky to have Patty Rubstello (Assistant Secretary for Urban Mobility and Access, WSDOT) and Carl See (Senior Financial Analyst for the Transportation Commission) to present the options. We will be writing a letter if there is a position we support
Mayor Durkan’s transportation policies: Deputy Mayor Shefali Ranganathan will speak on the Mayors transportation policies
“Our business and property owners need a voice on transportation, land use, regulatory policies on business operation, and environmental issues that impact our industrial area. NSIA does exactly that.” – Suzie Burke, Fremont Dock Co.
3500 1st Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107
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