Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan will be at the Queen Anne Community Center on Saturday for a community discussion with area neighborhoods about how to provide essential services and make the city more affordable and inclusive.

A resource fair will begin at 2:30 p.m. at the community center, 1901 First Ave. W., where people can speak directly with representatives from city departments about the services they value most. The community discussion will run 3-4 p.m.

Queen Anne, Magnolia, Uptown and Interbay residents are encouraged to attend.

“This administration is working to bring City Hall to you,” according to a news release. “That’s because Mayor Durkan knows that community members are our City’s most vital resource, and that the best solutions often come from communities, not from the top down.”

The following is a list of departments that will be represented during the resource fair: Finance and Administrative Services, Office of Economic Development, Parks and Recreation, Human Services Department, Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle Fire Department, Seattle Police Department, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, and the Seattle Public Library.