ZOO NEIGHBORS

Next-Door Neighbor ZooTunes Information

Complimentary ZooTunes tickets for next-door neighbors

2014 Info

As a thank you for your ongoing support of Woodland Park Zoo and our mission, the zoo is proud to offer our next-door neighbors 4 adult and 4 child (under 12) complimentary tickets good for any 2014 ZooTunes show(s). Due to increased mail theft and loss of ticket voucher over the past few years, we have streamlined our process to ensure that you receive your ZooTunes tickets:

  • Step 1: If you received a voucher at your home address, you are considered a next-door neighbor and are eligible for ZooTunes tickets.

    If you are unsure, click here to see the next-door neighbor map and verify that you are located within the identified 2 block radius of the zoo.  Unfortunately, because we are a nonprofit organization and ZooTunes is a fundraising effort, it is not possible for us to offer complimentary ZooTunes tickets to neighbors outside of this boundary.   

  • Step 2: Pick up your tickets at Woodland Park Zoo’s West Entrance. Tickets will not be mailed.

    Bring your voucher and your ID* anytime during normal zoo operating hours to the West Entrance Membership Office, located off Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th and N. 56th Sts. A staff member will verify your address, give you your tickets, and ask you to sign a form saying that you’ve received them on behalf of your household (one set of tickets per address).  

    *If the address listed on your Driver’s License does not reflect your current residence, please provide a copy of a recent utility bill in your name with your current address and ID.

    At that time, you will receive your ZooTunes concert tickets, so please keep them safe as we will not be able to replace lost or stolen tickets.

    PLEASE NOTE: Gates staff will only be issuing complimentary tickets to those neighbors whose addresses appear on our next-door neighbor address list. Gate associates do not have the ability to alter this list.

  • Step 3:Enjoy!

Once you have your tickets, use them for one show, or split them between shows as you wish.  We look forward to seeing you at the zoo this summer! 

If you have any questions or comments, please email zooneighbors@zoo.org

 

Upcoming Events 

Hoot for the Hood: Neighborhood Appreciation Party

 

Hoot for the Hood

 

DATE: June 27, 2014

TIME: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

LOCATION: West Plaza and the new Wildlife Survival Zone and cheetah exhibit!

  • Explore the Wildlife Survival Zone
  • Meet our new pair of cheetahs
  • Check out the flamingos and penguins too
  • Face painting
  • Kids conservation crafts with ZooCorps
  • Ice cream sundae bar, coffee and treats
  • Mix and mingle with your neighbors!

Please join Woodland Park Zoo as we celebrate our neighbors, from Fremont to Phinney, Greenlake to Wallingford. Woodland Park Zoo is nestled between some of the hippest and most active neighborhoods in Seattle, and we are eager to show our appreciation to our neighbors! We would like to invite you to join us on the evening of Friday, June 27, 2014 for an after-work mix and mingle. Chat with your neighbors, meet some new faces and hang out with new cheetahs! Bring your friends, the more the merrier! Bring the kiddos, there will be face painting and conservation crafts!

Neighbors, please enter HOOT for the HOOD at the West Entrance off of Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th and N. 56th Streets. *Evening parking for the event will be free of charge.

Neighbors from Fremont to Phinney, Greenlake to Wallingford: if you would like to register as a zoo neighbor and receive occasional community updates and RSVP for HOOT for the HOOD 2014, please register below.

See you soon!

Register as a Zoo Neighbor

Click here to RSVP and register (please note: a new form page will open) to receive special updates on zoo news and important neighborhood information including details on our annual Neighborhood Appreciation event!

 

A zoo within a neighborhood

Aerial photo of Zoo

An aerial view of Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo with the surrounding Phinney Ridge neighborhood. Green Lake is at the top of the photo. The zoo was founded in 1899 when the property, originally an estate and residential development owned by Guy Phinney, was sold to the City of Seattle by his widow.

For more information, visit our History section.

NEIGHBORHOOD LIAISON COMMITTEE

Zoo Neighbors
Al Tietjen

Green Lake Community Council
Ref Lindmark
Alternate: Julie Anne Kempf

Phinney Ridge Community Council
Mark Phillips
Alternate: John Havard

Hawthorne Condo Association
Al Starr

Fremont Neighborhood Council
Matthew Gasparich 

Phinney Neighborhood Association
Kris Cummings
Alternate: Lee Harper

Wallingford Community Council
Tom Veith
Alternate: Eric Fisk

CONTACT

For more information, email Public Affairs Director Laura Lockard or call 206.548.2500.

 
 

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