Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise Levy

Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise Levy

Since 1990, Seattle voters have demonstrated a strong commitment to education and supporting students, Approved by Seattle voters on November 6, 2018, the seven-year, $619 million Families, Education, Preschool and Promise (FEPP) Levy will partner with families and communities to advance education equity, close opportunity gaps, and build a better economic future for Seattle students by investing in:

  • High-quality early learning services that prepare children for success in kindergarten
  • Physical and mental health services that support learning
  • College and job readiness experiences that promote high school graduation
  • Post-secondary opportunities that promote attainment of a certificate, credential, or degree

With the intended outcome that African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander, underserved Asian populations, other students of color, refugee and immigrant, homeless, English language learners, and LGBTQ students achieve academically across the preschool to post-secondary continuum.

Read more about the Mayor's vision for the levy in the Action Plan prior to its passage. To learn more about the policies and guiding principals of the levy read the Implementation and Evaluation Plan passed by City Council on April 22, 2019:


Statement by Mayor Jenny Durkan on City Council's Vote to Approve Her Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise Implementation and Evaluation Plan

FEPP Implementation and Evaluation Plan