Committees

Monthly committee meetings are the engine of advocacy. Everyone is welcome to attend our committee meetings and you are encouraged to do so! The meetings are held on Zoom until further notice. Subscribe to our newsletter by clicking HERE.

Life is complicated. Some issues involve multiple committees, so don't hesitate to start with any committee that is relevant to your issue.

Land Use Review Committee

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Ensuring development projects align with the character of and issues most important to community members of Queen Anne.

If you would like to get involved, contact Denny Bird, Chair.

Check out more information about LURC HERE!

Parks Committee

Working with the Department of Parks & Recreation to ensure proper care and improvement of Queen Anne's many parks.

If you want additional information, contact Don Harper, Chair.

Check out more information about Parks HERE.

Public Safety Committee

Did you know we have Neighborhood Watch programs all around the hill? All public safety concerns are addressed here, including emergency preparedness, crime and security, fire and rescue.

For additional information contact Robert Kettle, Chair.

Transportation Committee

Roads, buses, monorail, bridges, light rail, ebikes; Queen Anne is a central hub for activities in Seattle and, as a result, has numerous transportation issues.

If you are interested in additional information, contact Jazmine Smith, or Jessica Jezik, Co-Chairs.

Check out more information HERE!

Community Engagement Committee

Fostering open and ongoing communications among members of the Queen Anne community and with leaders throughout the city to build a better neighborhood.

For more information, contact Paula Mueller, Chair.

Neighbors Advisory Committee

In the 1980s, the City of Seattle was legally obligated to work with the Queen Anne and Magnolia Community Councils, which, overlooks beautiful and busy Elliott Bay. The NAC we are involved with is for the Port of Seattle and local neighborhood interests regarding marine traffic, light, and sound pollution and environmental factors in Elliott Bay.

Find additional information HERE.