Government works effectively when it works collaboratively with its community. Here are several ways you can get involved to help make Seattle a safe, affordable, vibrant, innovative, and interconnected city.
Issues and Initiatives involving the Mayor’s office
Legislative records, Seattle Municipal Code, City Charter, Municipal Archives and more.
News from the City of Seattle government.
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.
Pledge to keep a four-block area graffiti-free on an ongoing basis or organize a Community Paint-out event.
Join more than 700 active volunteer groups who clean up nearly 200 miles of city streets.
If your nearby traffic circle has been orphaned, you may want to consider becoming a traffic circle garden steward.
Do not use this form to report dangerous situations or property damage. Call SPU's 24/7 Operations Response Center at (206)-386-1800.
Our Online Public Engagement webpage alerts you to new online surveys, polls, town halls, and more.
Share and discuss your thoughts on several important issues with others in the community.