Welcome to Queen Anne Community Council, a Seattle advocacy group that serves anyone who works, lives, or goes to school on Queen Anne, including Lower Queen Anne and the northern slope. This site contains information about the council, including our board members, committees, meetings, & more. The council is governed by a board of trustees, who are elected by members at an annual meeting.

Announcements

November Meeting:

Full council meeting will be at 7:30pm on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 100 Crockett St. (Queen Anne Manor). Meetings take place in the basement, accessible by walking down to the end of the hallway and taking the elevator down to the basement. As always, it's free and open to the public. See you there!

Farmers Market - October 10

Come see the QACC at the Queen Anne Farmers Market on October 10th and learn how you can be involved! Also, test your knowledge of Queen Anne Avenue in the council's first ever "Eye Spy Photo Challenge" and use your creative skills to draw what you love about QA (there may be stickers too!)

Annual Meeting and Election:

The Queen Anne Community Council held its annual meeting and Board of Trustees election at 7:30pm on September 18th at Queen Anne Manor. We welcomed Marc Mrkvica, Sean Champagne, and Justin Allegro. Two positions remained unfilled, which had four candidates run at the October full council meeting. The vacant positions will be filled at the November full council meeting. Read about our new members and the annual meeting 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.

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Queen Anne Community Council

A neighborhood advocacy group.

Providing a connection point for information to and from our community.

Information about demographics and issues in our area of Seattle is available. Even more information about Queen Anne is available on Wikipedia. Seattle Department of Neighborhoods cultivates this information and highlights the biggest concerns of our community and resources for space, plans, community groups, and more.

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