The Beacon Hill Council (BHC) of Seattle is an all-volunteer community organization. Our mission is to advocate for a welcoming, diverse and healthy Beacon Hill community neighborhood.
We are community builders:
We provide opportunities for our residents, business persons and property owners to improve our community,
We hold open forums to discuss what is going on in our community and find solutions to problems.
We connect with different groups and agencies (non-profit and for-profit) to work together to solve issues and make improvements.
Beacon Hill, Seattle
Online Monthly Meetings
Register for our next meeting here,
first Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noted.
Community meeting: 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Board meeting 8:00 - 9:00 pm
All meetings are online due to COVID-19 precautions. We talk about issues relevant to our neighborhood, such as land use, business and economic development, environment, transportation, parking, open space, community events, and other items of interest for the well-being of the community. See our agenda and meeting notes.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors consists of up to 15 members of the community and serve a 2-year term, with officers serving a 1-year term. Board of directors and officers are elected at the annual meeting of the Beacon Hill Council of Seattle held in May or June every year. Read our bylaws here. Please contact us if you are interested in serving on a task force, committee or the Board.
Beacon Hill Council Executive Team
Chair: Maria Batayola
Vice Chair: Deirdre Curle
Treasurer Amy Kaminishi
2021 Board Directors
Mira Latoszek Megan Slade
Mark Solomon. Betty Jean Williams
Getting Involved is Easy!
Come to the meetings, volunteer or become a member. There are no membership fees. Any Beacon Hill resident, business person, property owner, governmental agencies, businesses and non-profit organizations can participate.
Sign up here to receive meeting notices. After you attend one meeting, you are considered a Beacon Hill Council community member! The more people participate, the more we can do for our neighborhood.