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City Boards & Commissions

The Mayor and City Council appoint residents of Seattle to over 50 boards and commissions. Over 300 of the people who serve are directly appointed by the Mayor.

The City of Seattle is committed to promoting diversity in the city's boards and commissions. Women, persons with disabilities, sexual and gender minorities, young persons, senior citizens, persons of color, and immigrants are encouraged to apply.

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The Seattle Human Rights Commission seeks candidates

The Seattle Human Rights Commission seeks candidates to apply for service on the Commission. Candidates will be selected and appointed by the Mayor and City Council. The Commission advises the Mayor and City Council on human rights and social justice issues.

As the City of Seattle has been declared a Human Rights City, the Commission works with the City to protect, respect and fulfill the inherent human rights for all who live in the City. It uses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments as its compass in highlighting and addressing human rights issues. The Commission also works to impact the lives of people in Seattle through its policy work and community outreach, and works with the Office for Civil Rights to end discrimination.

Learn more: http://murray.seattle.gov/the-seattle-human-rights-commission-seeks-candidates/

 

Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board seeks new members

The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board (SBAB) is accepting applications for new members to advise the City on the concerns and needs of the growing bicycling community.  The volunteer board, which was created by Seattle City Council in 1977, plays an influential role in implementing Seattle’s Bicycle Master Plan. The board advises the Mayor and City Council, participates in planning and project development, evaluates policies and makes recommendations to all city departments including the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT).

Board members serve a two-year term, with an opportunity to serve a second term. Current members represent all types of cyclists and skill levels, from casual weekend riders to year-round commuters.  Members must be Seattle residents and may not be city employees. The board meets the first Wednesday of each month from 6 to 8 p.m. at Seattle City Hall.

Learn more: http://www.seattle.gov/sbab/members.htm

 

Current Boards & Commissions

Arboretum & Botanical Garden Committee
(206) 684-5066 | Email | Coordinator: Rachel Acosta | more
The Arboretum and Botanical Garden Committee (ABGC) advises the University of Washington, City of Seattle and The Arboretum Foundation on the management and stewardship of the Washington Park Arboretum for the benefit of current and future generations.

Contact Address:
Seattle Park Headquarters
100 Dexter Avenue North 
Seattle, WA 98109
 

Arts Commission
(206) 684-4185 | Email | Elisheba Johnson, Commission Liaison - Office of Arts and Culture | more
The Seattle Arts Commission is an advisory board that supports the Mayor's Office of Arts & Culture and advises the Mayor and City Council on arts and cultural policy. They serve as advocates to develop policy and planning recommendations, review all arts funding programs, and increase public awareness of arts and cultural activities throughout Seattle.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 4080
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board
(206) 684-0229 | Email | Staff Liaison: Heather McAuliffe | more
Since 1970, Seattle has established seven historic districts: Ballard Avenue; Columbia City; Fort Lawton; Harvard-Belmont; International District; Pike Place Market; and Pioneer Square. The appearance and historical integrity of structures and public spaces within each district are regulated by a citizens board and/or the Landmarks Preservation Board in accordance with processes and criteria established by City ordinance.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Board of Park Commissioners
(206) 684-5066 | Email | Staff Liaison: Rachel Acosta | more
The Seattle Board of Park Commissioners is a volunteer advisory board established by ordinance. The Board consults with and makes recommendations to City Council, the Mayor, and the Superintendent regarding the Parks and Recreation Department's policies for the planning, development and use of the City's park and recreation facilities.

Contact Address:
Seattle Park Headquarters
100 Dexter Avenue North 
Seattle, WA 98109
 

Bridging the Gap Levy Oversight Committee
(206) 386-1096 | Email | Staff Liaison: Krista Bunch | more
The Bridging the Gap Levy Oversight Committee serves as a vital mechanism of accountability on how BTG revenues are spent on transportation maintenance and improvements. The Oversight Committee is an advisory body that monitors revenues, expenditures, and program and project implementation.

Contact Address:
Various Locations
 
Seattle, WA 
 

Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board
(206) 386-9759 | Email | Staff Liaison: David Keyes | more
The Citizens' Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB) was established in 1995 by Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) 21.60.060.

Current Members

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 2700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

City Neighborhood Council
(206) 684-0464 | Email | Chair: Laine Ross | more
The City Neighborhood Council (CNC) is a citizen-led advisory group, comprised of elected members from each of the City’s 13 Districts, organized under the authority of Seattle City Council.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Civil Service Commission
(206) 233-7118 | Email | Executive Director: Jennifer Greenlee | more
The Civil Service Commission serves as a quasi-judicial body, providing fair and impartial hearings of alleged violations of the City's personnel system. Employees may file appeals with the Commission regarding all final disciplinary actions and alleged violations of the Personnel Ordinance, as well as its related rules and policies. The Commission may issue orders to remedy violations and may also make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council regarding the administration of the personnel system. In addition, the Commission investigates allegations of political patronage to ensure the City's hiring practices are established and carried out in accordance with the merit principles set forth in the City Charter.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1670
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Construction Codes Advisory Board
(206) 233-3892 | Email | Staff Liaison: Maureen Traxler | more
The Construction Code Advisory Board (CCAB) provides technical advice to the Department of Planning and Development through review of proposed code and rule changes. Additionally, if an applicant wishes to appeal a department decision, members of the Board serve as an appeals panel and act as an impartial ear to hear both sides.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 2240
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Design Review Board
(206) 615-1392 | Email | Staff Liaison: Bruce Rips | more
The Design Review Board assists the Department of Planning and Development in evaluation of projects subject to Design Review based upon the City's design guidelines. The program provides a forum for citizens, developers and the City to review and guide the design of qualifying commercial and multifamily development projects.

Contact Address:
Various Locations
 
Seattle, WA 
 

Ethics and Elections Commission
(206) 684-8500 | Email | Executive Director: Wayne Barnett | more
The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission (SEEC) helps foster public confidence in the integrity of Seattle City government by providing education, training, and enforcement of the City's Code of Ethics and Whistle blower Code. SEEC also promotes informed elections through education, training, and enforcement of the City's Elections Code and Election Pamphlet Code.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 4010
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Families & Education Levy Oversight Committee
(206) 233-5118 | Email | Staff Liaison: Sue Rust | more
In November 1990, Seattle voters approved a groundbreaking initiative for the future of the city's children. The Families and Education Levy, which provided support to children and their families both in and out of school, was designed to help all Seattle's children become school ready, succeed academically, and graduate from high school.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Fire Code Advisory Board
(206) 386-1451 | Email | Staff Liaison: Karen Grove | more
The Fire Code Advisory Board's members are designated by City Ordinance 119799 to represent the public, business, industry, and technical professions. Members serve a term of three years.

Contact Address:
Seattle Fire Department Fire Prevention Division
220 Third Avenue South 
Seattle, WA 98104
 

Freight Advisory Board
(206) 684-4524 | Email | Staff Liaison: Chris Eaves | more
Seattle City Council adopted Resolution Number 31243 in September, 2010 expressing the intent to create a more formal advisory body for freight issues by establishing a Freight Advisory Board. This new board will advise the Mayor, the City Council, and all departments and offices of the city in the development of a functional and efficient freight system, and on all matters related to freight and the impact that actions by the city may have on the freight environment. The board will replace the Freight Mobility Advisory Committee upon its formation. The Freight Mobility Advisory Committee will sunset simultaneously with the convening of the Freight Advisory Board.

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue 
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Housing Levy Oversight Committee
(206) 684-0721 | Email | Staff Liaison: Maureen Kostyack | more
Since 1981, Seattle voters have approved one bond and four levies to create affordable housing. Seattle has now funded over 10,000 affordable apartments for seniors, low- and moderate-wage workers, and formerly homeless individuals and families, plus provided down-payment loans to more than 600 first-time homebuyers and rental assistance to more than 4,000 households.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 5700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Immigrant and Refugee Commission
(206) 233-2759 | Email | Staff Liaison: Sahar Fathi | more
The Immigrant and Refugee Commission was created as a result of Seattle's Immigrant and Refugee Report and Action Plan released in 2007. With the unprecedented growth in the foreign-born population since the 1980s, Seattle has become an increasingly multi-cultural city, rich with diversity. In keeping with the Race and Social Justice Initiative, the Mayor and City Council want to ensure that city government provides high-quality customer service to all, including immigrants and refugees living and working in Seattle.

Contact Address:
Central Building
810 Third Avenue Suite 750
Seattle, WA 98104
 

International Special Review District Board
(206) 684-0228 | Email | Supervisor: Karen Gordon | more
The Board consists of seven members, five that are elected by the community in annual elections and two that are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council. Two of the five elected Board members own property or a business in the District or who are employed in the District, two of the elected members reside in the District or have demonstrated an interest in the District, and one member is elected at large. The Board reviews applications for Certificates of Approval for any change to the use, exterior appearance of buildings or structures, streets, sidewalks, and other public spaces in the District.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Landmarks Preservation Board
(206) 684-0228 | Email | Supervisor: Karen Gordon | more
Since 1973, Seattle has designated more than 350 individual sites, buildings, vehicles, vessels, and street clocks as landmarks subject to protection by city ordinance. The Landmarks Preservation Board assists the city with identification of potential landmarks, makes decisions on landmark designations, and makes recommendations to the City Council on landmark controls for adoption into designating ordinances.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Library Board of Trustees
(206) 684-7978 | Email | Staff Liaison: Amy Lawson | more
The Library Board is a governing board with decision-making authority and fiduciary responsibility for the Library system. Trustees set the direction of the Library, govern funds and expenditures, and establish Library policies. The Library is governed by a five-member citizens' board of trustees, appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Board members serve five-year terms without pay.

Contact Address:
Seattle Central Library
1000 Fourth Avenue 
Seattle, WA 98104
 

Mayor's Council on African-American Elders
(206) 684-0706 | Email | Current Members | more
The Mayor's Council on African American Elders (MCAAE) was established in 1995 by Mayor Norman B. Rice to oversee the development of a comprehensive continuum of services to serve the needs of African American elders.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 5190
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Office of Professional Accountability (OPA) Review Board
(206) 684-8343 | Email | Staff Liaison: Linda Diibon | more
The mission of OPA Review Board is to provide community oversight and awareness of Seattle Police Department practices and its employee accountability system by independently:
� Reviewing the quality of the accountability system
� Promoting public awareness of and full access to the system
� Obtaining information and opinions from police officers and the community on police practices and accountability
� Advising the City on police practices and accountability.

Current Members

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
PO Box 34025 
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee
(206) 684-7046 | Email | Staff Liaison: Susan Golub | more
The Pro Parks Levy, approved by Seattle voters in November 2000, will provide $198.2 million to help implement more than a hundred projects and programs planned by citizen groups throughout the city. The Parks and Green Spaces Levy Oversight Committee ("Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee") will help ensure successful implementation of the projects and programs included in the levy.

Contact Address:
Seattle Park Headquarters
100 Dexter Avenue North 
Seattle, WA 98109
 

Pedestrian Advisory Board
(206) 684-3902 | Email | Staff Liaison: Howard Wu | more
Founded by a temporary resolution in 1993, the Pedestrian Advisory Board was made permanent by Seattle City Council Resolution 29532 in 1997. The Board is composed of 11 regular members - six appointed by the Mayor and five appointed by the Council. The Get Engaged: City Boards and Commissions program created an additional spot in the board specifically for a young adult (18-29) member.

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Pike Place Market Historical Commission
(206) 684-0229 | Email | Staff Liaison: Heather McAuliffe | more
The Pike Place Market Historical Commission reviews and makes decisions on all use and design changes in the Pike Place Market Historical District. Composition: 2 from the Friends of the Market, 2 from AIA’s Seattle Chapter, 2 from Allied Arts of Seattle, 2 property owners, 2 merchants and 2 residents, all from Market Historical District.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Pioneer Square Preservation Board
(206) 684-0227 | Email | Staff Liaison: Genna Nashem | more
The Pioneer Square Preservation Board works to preserve, protect and enhance the historic and architectural character of Pioneer Square. Any change of use must be reviewed and approved by the Board and Department of Neighborhoods Director. Composition: 2 architects, 2 property owners, a retail business owner, an attorney, an architectural historian, a human services representative, and a Get Engaged youth member.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 1700
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Planning Commission
(206) 684-0431 | Staff List | Exec. Director: Barbara Wilson | more
The Planning Commission advises the Mayor, City Council and city departments on planning policies and goals, and on major planning projects and issues that include land use and zoning, transportation and affordable housing issues. Recommendations are framed by Seattle's Comprehensive Plan, as well as a commitment to promote planning decisions that support the health and vitality of the community.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 2000
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board
(206) 684-8264 | Email | Staff Liaison: Emily Ehlers | more
The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board advises the City Council, the Mayor, and all departments and offices of the City on matters related to bicycling and the impacts that actions of the City may have upon bicycling. SBAB also contributes to the City's planning processes, insofar as they relate to bicycling.

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Center Advisory Commission
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The Seattle Center Advisory Commission shall represent the interests of the people of Seattle by advising the Seattle Center staff, the Mayor and the City Council on policy matters that may affect Seattle Center. The Seattle Center Advisory Commission shall also provide the Seattle Center staff, the Mayor and the City Council with an ongoing assessment of the operations, performances, plans and policies of the Seattle Center Department.

Contact Address:
Seattle Center
305 Harrison Street 
Seattle, WA 98109
 

Seattle City Light Review Panel
| Email | Current Members | more
The Seattle City Light Review Panel was created March 22, 2010 through City Council Ordinance Number 123256. The Review Panel is the successor to the City Light Advisory Board/Committee (2003 - 2010) and the Rate Advisory Committee (2009), and combines the duties of both groups. The nine panel members come from City Light's customer groups. Five members are nominated by the mayor and four members are nominated by the city council, serving staggered three-year terms. In 2010, the focus of the panel will be helping to develop a six year strategic plan for City Light.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 3205
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities
(206) 684-4537 | Email | Staff Liaison: Felicia Yearwood | more
The Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities has been created to promote the full participation of people with disabilities into all areas of economic, political, and community life in the City of Seattle.

TTY: (206) 684-4503

Contact Address:
Central Building
810 Third Avenue Suite 750
Seattle, WA 98104
 

Seattle Design Commission
(206) 233-7911 | Email | Staff Liaison: Valerie Kinast | more
The Seattle Design Commission was created in 1968 as a commission responsible for the oversight of City's capital projects. It advises the Mayor, the City Council, and all departments on all matters related to CIP project review, any right-of-way issues like; street an alley vacations, sky bridges, objects on the right of way and special street use permits. Composition: 2 Licensed Architects, 1 Fine Artist, 1 Member at Large, and at least 1 and no more than 2 from the following categories: Professional Urban Planner, Professional Environmental or Urban Designer, Landscape Architect, & Licensed Engineer, plus 1 Get Engaged (youth) participant.

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Housing Authority Board of Commissioners
(206) 615-3501 | Email | Chair: John Littel | more
Established in 1939, Seattle Housing Authority provides long-term rental housing and rental assistance to more than 26,000 people in the city of Seattle. The agency owns and operates buildings of all shapes and sizes on more than 400 sites throughout the city. It is governed by a seven-member Board of Commissioners.

Contact Address:
Seattle Housing Authority
120 Sixth Avenue North 
Seattle, WA 98109
 

Seattle Human Rights Commission
(206) 684-4537 | Email | Staff Liaison: Felcia Yearwood-Murrell | more
The Seattle Human Rights Commission was established in 1963 to advocate for justice and equal opportunity, to advise the City of Seattle on human rights issues and to collaborate with public and private sectors in order to educate them on methods to prevent and eliminate discrimination city-wide.

Contact Address:
Central Building
810 Third Avenue Suite 750
Seattle, WA 98104
 

Seattle Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Commission
(206) 684-4500 | Email | Staff Liaison: Marta Idowu | more
The Seattle Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Commission advises the Mayor, Council and departments about sexual minority issues, recommend policies and legislation, bring the sexual minority communities and the larger Seattle community together through long-ranged projects, and ensure that City departments fairly and equitably address sexual minority concerns as individuals and as a protected class. The LGBT Commission consists of 15 representative citizens of Seattle appointed by the Mayor and City Council to serve in an advisory capacity to the Mayor, City Council, Seattle Office for Civil Rights, and other Seattle City departments. Seven commissioners are appointed by the Mayor, and seven appointments are made by the City Council. The Commission appoints the 15th member. Commissioners are appointed to a two year term of office and serve without pay.

Contact Address:
Central Building
810 Third Avenue Suite 750
Seattle, WA 98104
 

Seattle Music Commission
(206) 684-8504 | Email | Commission Liaison: Rachel Sawyer, Music + Nightlife Programs, Office of Film + Music | more
The Seattle Music Commission was established in June 2010 and is comprised of 21 members from our diverse and expansive music industry. Our two subcommittees (Youth + Community and Policy + Communication) work to uphold the City of Music Initiative’s mission to make Seattle a City of Musicians, City of Live Music and a City of Music Business. This Commission strives to enhance the growth and development of Seattle's music sector and to convey the City's commitment to the industry, musicians and audience. The Commission is also tasked with advising City officials regarding leadership and support in the music industry arena, and serves as a forum for City departments to share information on upcoming issues and opportunities of relevance to Seattle's music sector. The Commission works with public and private entities, and the greater community in an attempt to advance the goals outlined in the Seattle City of Music Vision.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 5752
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Public Safety Civil Service Commission
(206) 233-7118 | Email | Executive Director: Jennifer Greenlee | more
Seattle's Public Safety Civil Service Commission (PSCSC) is an independent body that provides sworn police and uniformed fire employees with a quasi-judicial process for hearings on appeals concerning disciplinary actions, examination and testing, and other related issues. The Commission has three members and meets on a monthly basis - currently on the third Friday of the month.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue 1670
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Public Utilities Creeks, Drainage and Wastewater Advisory Committee
(206) 615-1443 | Email | Program Manager: Sheryl Shapiro | more
The Creeks, Drainage and Wastewater Advisory Committee (CDWAC) members participate in review of SPU's programs, policies and services related to surface water and wastewater utilities including water quality, stormwater, combined sewers, low impact development, urban streams, and habitat protection.
Policy Liaison: Sheryl Shapiro, (206) 615-1443, sheryl.shapiro@seattle.gov

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 4900
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Public Utilities Solid Waste Advisory Committee
(206) 615-1443 | Email | Program Manager: Sheryl Shapiro | more
The Solid Waste Advisory Committee's (SWAC) work includes: Addressing policy issues in waste management: recycling, food/yard waste collection contracts, transfer stations, and waste prevention, Advising SPU of its findings and recommendations, Communicating with other governmental agencies about solid waste issues.
Policy Liaison: Vicky Beaumont | (206) 233-7856 | Email

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 4900
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Public Utilities Water System Advisory Committee
(206) 615-1443 | Email | Program Manager: Sheryl Shapiro | more
The Water System Advisory Committee (WSAC) members participate in review of SPU's programs, policies and services related to drinking water quality and customer confidence.
Policy Liaison: Julie Burman | (206) 733-9130 | Email

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 4900
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle Youth Commission
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The Seattle Youth Commission is a group of 23 Seattleites aged 13-19 from all over the city who are appointed by the Mayor and City Council to connect youth to their elected officials.

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue Norman B. Rice Room
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Seattle-King County Advisory Council for Aging & Disability Services
(206) 684-0660 | Contact Us | Current Members | more
The Seattle-King County Advisory Council for Aging & Disability Services is a dedicated volunteer citizens group which represents older adults and individuals with disabilities within our community.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 5100
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Sister Cities Coordinating Council
(206) 684-8266 | Email | Staff Liaison: Mike Peters | more
The Seattle Sister Cities Coordinating Council was created in 1996 to serve as the coordinating organization for the sister cities program. It consists of 20 members appointed by the Mayor and approved by the City Council to serve two-year terms.

Contact Address:
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Avenue OIR International Conference Room
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission
(206) 386-4582 | Email | Staff Liaison: Scott Powell | more
The Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission (SEEC) promotes the protection of the environmental values and compatible recreational use of the upper Skagit Watershed. Seattle City Light helped establish the Commission and provides ongoing administrative and technical support.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 3200
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Urban Forestry Commission
(206) 684-3194 | Email | Staff Liaison: Sandra Pinto de Bader | more
The Urban Forestry Commission established by Ordinance 123052 serves an advisory role to the Mayor and City Council. The Commission will provide recommendations on and monitor implementation of plans, policies, and legislation related to the protection, management, and conservation of trees in Seattle. Commission meetings will be held monthly and Commission members generally must commit approximately 10 hours per month to Commission business and serve without compensation.

Contact Address:
Seattle Municipal Tower
700 5th Avenue Suite 2748
Seattle, WA 98124
 

Women's Commission
(206) 684-4540 | Email | Staff Liaison: Marta Idowu | more
The Seattle Women's Commission is composed of twenty accomplished Commissioners appointed by the Mayor and the Seattle City Council. Commissioners serve a two year appointment, and may be reappointed for a second two year period. In addition, through Get-Engaged (a leadership development program for 18-29 year olds), we have an additional Get Engaged Commissioner each year. We meet monthly as a full Commission, and more frequently as committees to address a broad range of issues. These include: economic opportunity for women, race and social justice, women's health and disparities in health outcomes for low-income women and women of color, affordable and high-quality child-care, women's role as care-givers, violence against women, and the unique challenges immigrant women face in our community.

Contact Address:
Central Building
810 Third Avenue Suite 750
Seattle, WA 98104
 

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