About the North Beacon Hill Council
The North Beacon Hill Council is an all-volunteer, community organization that works collaboratively to better the unique North Beacon Hill neighborhood.
The North Beacon Hill Council (NBHC) is an organization whose purpose is to provide opportunities for North Beacon Hill residents and business persons to participate in community improvement and activities and to provide an open and effective forum for citizen initiation, review and recommendations to the Seattle City Council and other agencies on matters as they relate to the people of the North Beacon Hill community. The boundaries of North Beacon Hill, Seattle, Washington, are, to the north, Interstate 90; to the west, the area bounded by Interstate 5; to the south, Graham Street; and to the east, Rainier Avenue South and Martin Luther King Jr. Way South.
The NBHC meets on the first Tuesday of each month 7-9 pm at the Beacon Hill Library Community Room.
Topics typically include reports on neighborhood issues such as Land Use, Business/Economic Development, Transportation, Parking, Open Space, Community Events, and other items of interest to the community.
Getting engaged with the NBHC is easy! All North Beacon Hill residents, property owners, governmental agencies, business licensees and non-profit organizations are considered “members” of the NBHC. As a volunteer organization, the NBHC thrives on the energy and perspective that each member contributes. The more people participate, the more we can do for our neighborhood.
Whether it’s serving as a board member, being part of a subcommittee or just attending meetings and events, we need your input to make sure the Council is addressing the North Beacon Hill community’s needs and pursuing its interests.