The Seattle Women's Commission advises the Mayor, City Council and city departments on issues that impact the women of Seattle. The Commission identifies areas of concern and recommends policy and legislation, provides feedback and opinion on issues of city and state budget, and acts as a liaison between the women of Seattle and City government
As advisors to the Mayor, City Council and City Departments, Commissioners have the opportunity to address issues of concern for the women of Seattle and to work for positive change.
In The News
- 03/08/16 - The Seattle City Council proclaims Tuesday, March 8, 2016 to be International Women's Day
The Seattle Office for Civil Rights provides staff and support to the Commission.
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