June 16, 2016 


Special Edition Newsletter - Public Safety Events

Public Safety Happy Hour

June 20, 2016
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
1000 E Pike St

Mix, mingle, and get answers to your questions about neighborhood safety over tapas and cocktails!

Special guest Mayor Ed Murray will join us along with other representatives from public, private and non-profit organizations working on safety issues in the community including:
    • Downtown Seattle Association Multi-Disciplinary Team
    • Recology Cleanscapes
    • Seattle Police Department, E Precinct
    • Seattle Fire Department
    • MacGregor Event Staffing, LLC

RSVP not necessary.  This event is FREE and open to the public.

Questions?  Email    mel@caphillchamber.org

Sponsored by Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce 

Active Shooter Training

June 20 & 21, 2016
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Cloud Room
1424 11th Ave

Seattle Office of Film + Music + Special Events, in partnership with Seattle Police Dept., invite you to participate in Active Shooter Training.
Monday, June 20 - Active Shooter Training for Nightlife Professionals
This event is geared towards Nightlife Professionals working in dance clubs, bars, and indoor music venues
Tuesday, June 21 - Active Shooter Training for Event Professionals
This event is geared towards Event Professionals working in large-scale, outdoor events that draw large crowd

For further information, please contact Kate Becker, 
Director, Office of Film + Music + Special Events 
Kate.becker@seattle.gov 206-684-5030 

Other Upcoming Events
Business Issues Forum
June 21, 2016
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Seattle Metro Chamber
1301 5th Ave, Ste 1500

Forum to include:
  • A moderated discussion with Councilmember Kshama Sawant
  • An introduction of Sam Assefa the new director of the City's new Office of Planning and Community Development
  • Panel discussion to address lessons learned from 23rd Avenue, what might change to improve future outcomes, and what tools and resources are currently available to businesses in construction zones.
Pre-registration requested. RSVP to  monicaf@seattlechamber.com

Free to Seattle Metro Chamber members only

Mandatory Housing Affordability Public Hearing

June 21, 2016
9:30 AM
Seattle City Hall
600 4th Ave

Everyone deserves an affordable place to live. But housing options in Seattle are becoming too scarce and too expensive.

To address the problem, Mayor Ed Murray's proposed Mandatory Housing Affordability program harnesses Seattle's rapid growth to create 6,100 new affordable housing units, paid for by allowing slightly larger buildings.

Show your support for the Mandatory Housing Affordability Program by attending and speaking at Seattle City Council's public hearing on Tuesday, June 21, 9:30am at Seattle City Hall.

Sponsored by Our Community Leaders

Community Leader Level Members:


Community Partner Level Members:

1st Security Bank of WA, 11th Avenue Capitol Hill Development LLC, Aids Healthcare Foundation, Capitol Cider, Capitol Hill Housing, Group Health Cooperative, Lowe Enterprises, Ragen and Associates, Rancho Bravo Tacos, Seattle Academy, Seattle Central College, Seattle University, Starbucks Coffee Company, Substantial, Swedish Medical Center, The Lyric

Featured Community Partners:

1620 12th Avenue, Suite 204, Seattle,WA ยท206-328-6646