Welcome to Queen Anne Community Council, a Seattle advocacy group that serves anyone who works, lives, or goes to school on Queen Anne, Seattle, including Lower Queen Anne and the northern slope. Get involved here or subscribe to attend meetings and learn more about our board members, committees, & more. The council is governed by a board of trustees, who are elected by members at an annual meeting.
Upcoming & Recent Events
December 16th, Community Engagement Event, 6 - 7pm. This event is being presented through the Initiative on Community Engagement, sponsored by the Council and the Queen Anne Block Watch Captains Network, and will feature a discussion with representatives from Queen Anne Helpline, Queen Anne Lutheran Church and Queen Anne Presbyterian Church. Register and find more info here.
December 9th, Annual Meeting. The following were elected to the Board of Trustees: Ben Friedman, Creighton Carroll, Don Harper, Jessica Jezik, Josh Daniel, Laurel Thacker, Margaret Okamoto, Marina Lamps Alvarez, Nicole Sweeney, Paula Mueller and Robert Kettle.
December 2nd, Monthly Full Council Meeting @ 7:30pm - Seattle Interim Police Chief Adrian Diaz was on hand for a Q&A session. Minutes from the meeting are here.
Minutes from the November 4th Council meeting are here.
Since the 1940s, we have advocated for issues that directly impact the neighborhood including parks, transportation, planning and public safety concerns. The council actively engages with city council and other constituencies across the city to address issues facing the city as a whole.