The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board was created through Resolution 25534 on May 11th, 1977 to advise the City on the concerns and needs of the growing bicycling community. It is composed of 11 Seattle residents that serve for up to two 2-year terms. In 2001 it added an additional position for the YMCA Get Engaged Program that serves for a 1-year term.

What We Do: The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board advises the Mayor, City Council, and City Departments and Divisions on projects, policies, and programs that improve and/or affect bicycling conditions in Seattle.

Vision: Make Seattle a world-class city for bicycling. Make bicycling a viable transportation choice by encouraging active participation in policy and planning efforts through all levels of government. Build a more inclusive bicycling community by representing the needs of the diverse population of bicyclists in the city.

Meetings: Open to the public and are generally held 6-8 pm on the first Wednesday of every month in room L280 in City Hall ( 600 4th Ave ). Please enter via the 5th Ave entrance and take the elevators down to L2. Because the doors lock promptly at 6:00 , please try to arrive a few minutes early. To receive monthly meeting agendas by e-mail, please sign up here.