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 Welcome to the Capitol Hill Community Council
Our mission is to advocate, educate, and activate our community. It is an opportunity to support our work, moving forward – some of our past successful programming includes advocating for community input, large-scale gentrification conversation, homelessness outreach, expansion of LEAD and MDT, and very soon we’ll have a city-wide Renters’ Commission. Supporting us helps us continue this work and expand our possibilities.

We have reviewed all of the input on what to prioritize on this year from the open house and would like to thank our neighbors for participating. We will be focusing on these topics throughout the year.

Also join us this Saturday at the Womxn’s March on Seattle — which is being held in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington — will begin at 10 a.m. next Saturday with a rally in Seattle’s Judkins Park, and end at Seattle Center.

+PLUS! Updates from the Capitol Hill Champion!

We hold our General Meetings on the THIRD Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Our council has focused on advocating for race & social justice, cultural and physical preservation, transportation, greenways, the pedestrian experience, affordability and accessibility, living wages, intersectionality, safety, shared community, and opportunity for all.

Learn more about our current officers >
Find out when you can connect with us next >
Read our Community Council by-laws >

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Capitol Hill is vibrant, diverse community of bustling activity and peaceful abodes. Part hip and urban, part wooded and stately, it is a community that often feels like a small town in itself, one that a huge variety of businesses – and people from all walks of life – call home.

Highlights include the Broadway Farmers Market, a seasonal fiesta of food, flowers and music; Cal Anderson Park, which is full of dog walkers, Frisbee players and children dipping their toes in the streaming fountain; and the Pike/Pine Corridor’s vintage clothing stores, furniture shops and coffeehouses.

There’s also plenty of green. At the north end of Broadway sits Volunteer Park, a large, forested urban oasis, replete with a glass conservatory built in 1912, the Seattle Asian Art Museum, and a water tower with splendid 360 degree views of downtown Seattle and neighborhoods near and far. From here, all the favorite Seattle landmarks are visible, from the Space Needle to Lake Washington’s floating bridge to Husky Stadium.

 

 

 

 

A vibrant, diverse community of bustling activity and peaceful abodes Seattle, WA