The Citizens’ Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB) helps guide the digital future for the City of Seattle (See more below and look at the committees page.)
CTTAB meets the second Tuesday of every month from 6-8 p.m. in room 2750 of Seattle Municipal Tower (700 Fifth Ave, between Columbia and Cherry Streets, with main entrance at 5th and Columbia). Agendas and meeting locations are posted on the Agendas page shortly before the meetings.
OPEN POSITIONS: The City has openings on CTTAB and other boards and commissions for Young Adults Ages 18-29. See more (pdf).
* You can receive monthly agendas and notices of the Board's activities by subscribing at Seattle.gov//lists/cttab-notice.htm. Or call 206-684-0600.
The Citizens' Telecommunications and Technology
Advisory Board (CTTAB) was
established in 1995 by Seattle
Municipal Code (SMC) 21.60.060. Primarily, CTTAB Board members:
- Study and make recommendations to the Mayor and the City Council on issues
of community-wide interest relating to telecommunications and technology,
including cable television access, technology access, and regulatory issues
within the City's authority regarding wire and wireless communication systems.
These issues are referred to the board by the Mayor and Councilmembers.
- Conduct hearings and workshops and make recommendations to the City
regarding telecommunications and technology issues.
- Encourage and promote affordable access to and use of telecommunications and
- Advocate, solicit, and facilitate citizen participation in
telecommunications and technology decision making.*
- Measure and evaluate the effectiveness of telecommunications and technology
policies and programs.