The Bailey Gatzert neighborhood is defined by the following geographic boundaries:
- Northern Border: Cherry Street/James Way
- Western Border: Alaskan Way
- Southern Border: S. Dearborn Street
- Eastern Border: 23rd Avenue S.
- A group of resident leaders who continuously work to improve their community
- One of the most historically diverse neighborhoods in Seattle
- 16 Parks
- 5 Sports Recreation Sites
- 4 Community Centers
- 2 Neighborhood Service Centers
- 3 Community Gardens
- 2 Libraries
- 5 Public Health Centers
- 7 Food Banks
- 25+ Religious Institutions
- Dozens of additional arts and enrichment organizations, non-profits, and other community groups
- Academic Achievement Gap. Persistence of an academic achievement gap between students from different socio- economic backgrounds. In 2008-2009 there was a 40% difference in the WASL passing rate in Math and Science between low-income and middle/upper income students at Garfield High School.
- Poverty. 36% of neighborhood residents live at or below the federal poverty level.
- Demographic shifts. Significant demographic shifts challenge neighborhood residents to form community.