Photo of Beacon Hill - trees, freeway and Pacific Medical Center Tower

Beacon Hill Council Seattle

advocates for a welcoming, diverse, and healthy community

Covid Resources

Update on
Fix the Harm Campaign

  • Click here to sign our Letter of Concern that aircraft air and noise pollution harm us.

  • Click here to learn about what actions our community has been taking since 2017 to fix the harm. Fill out the survey on the new community action plan for 2022-2025 by Sept 24.

  • Click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) or to learn how to get involved.

8/25/22 Beacon Hill Council is pleased to team with Smash the Box to gather input from community members on Beacon Hill to help identify our transportation needs and provide policy recommendations to help plan for our future transportation systems. Take the survey here!

6/6/22 Crosscut's article, Climate change takes a toll on Seattleites mental health, features licensed mental health counselor Megan Slade and educator Maritza Laureano Ortega. Both work on our Fix The Harm education campaign on aircraft air and noise pollution. Children and adult participants expressed distress from pollution and climate heat/wildfire smoke incidents.  

Local Energy Action Plan

Beacon Hill Council is excited to partner with El Centro de la Raza, US Department of Energy, Seattle Office of Sustainability and Environment, and Seattle City Light to develop a Local Energy Action plan. We will identify opportunities in Beacon Hill to transition to cleaner energy and more efficient equipment for homes, gathering places, and businesses.

Join the Community Involvement Commission

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is currently recruiting to fill seven vacancies on the Community Involvement Commission (CIC). Current vacancies include positions representing City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, and 7, as well as three at-large positions. Learn more here.


What's Happening


We want a safe place for people to live, learn, shop, pray, play and volunteer at Beacon Hill.  We are 70% people of color and 44% immigrants and refugees. 


We lift up Black Lives Matter, Stop AAPI Hate, and other initiatives to move from violence to peace and justice.


We celebrate our diversity. We work on anti-displacement initiatives to keep our neighbors and businesses in place and honor their contributions with the 100+ Significant People, Places, and Events Project at Beacon Hill.


We support the health of our neighbors and our environment. We work on environmental justice issues, such as fighting pollution and air noise over Beacon Hill.