The city's Youth Voice Youth Choice program is on Instagram, too.

City Council Member Tim Burgess:

Last year the City launched a youth-focused participatory budgeting process, where Seattle youth will get to choose exactly how to spend $700,000 of City money. Youth delegates helped select 19 thoughtful proposals to be on the ballot, including funding for safe routes to schools, murals, job readiness workshops, or a youth-produced podcast on violence prevention... If you know a young person, encourage them to vote!
Anyone between 11 and 25-years-old has until May 29 to vote, online or in person.

There's a lot of brilliant stuff to choose from on the ballot, which you can preview here. All the ballot options are ideas that came from youth brainstorming sessions held this year, including, among others: $145K for safer routes to schools, $42K to add lockers and washers to shelters for homeless youth, $165K for more borrowable wi-fi hotspots, $31K for ultimate frisbee camps, $61K for computer science classes for youths who've gone to jail, $72K for workshops on structural racism and community organizing...