The Seattle Commission for People with disAbilities is a sixteen member body of sincere and energetic volunteers who strive to use their collective capabilities and contributions to make a demonstrable improvement to the City of Seattle.
To create an inclusive Seattle by confronting barriers, raising awareness, and bridging communities.
To advise the Mayor, City Council, and city departments on issues that affect people with disabilities. To increase understanding within the disability community as well as between the disability community and the nondisabled community.
Watch Video: Hearing concerning the Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities
before City Council's Energy, Technology and Civil Rights Committee on 5/6/2010