The Capitol Hill Community Council consists of all persons 1) living within the boundaries of Capitol Hill; 2) owning property or owning or operating a business or nonprofit organization within the boundaries of Capitol Hill; 3) working (employed) within the boundaries of Capitol Hill; or 4) volunteering for an agency that serves Capitol Hill (see Article IV Boundaries).
Seven elected officers serve on the Executive Committee. Officer Bios of the Executive Committee members. The following are areas our council is focused on:
Campaigns: Capitol Hill Champion
Committees (formed and forming): Race & Social Justice; Programs; Preservation: Cultural, Spiritual, Physical; Housing, Affordability, Homelessness; Transportation and Pedestrian Experience; Fundraising; Communications; and, Public Art
Cross-Organizational Involvement: ‘Only in Seattle’ grant; Steering Committee for Capitol Hill Eco-District (CHED); Equity and Engagement Committee (of CHED); Waste and Environment (of CHED); Urban Design Framework (of CHED); Central Seattle Greenways; Capitol Hill Champion; Streetcar Launch Committee