The Seattle City Council is committed to ensuring that Seattle is safe, livable and sustainable. www.seattle.gov/council
The Council is committed to ensuring that Seattle is safe, livable and sustainable. These nine Councilmembers are elected to four-year terms in nonpartisan elections. 7 members represent a geographic district, and 2 members represent the entire city, elected by all Seattle voters. The City Council approves the City's budget, develops laws and policies that promote the health and safety of Seattle's residents and oversees the City's police, fire, parks, libraries, and electric, water, solid waste, and drainage utilities. The public is encouraged to join Councilmembers at all Full Council and committee meetings and comment on current legislation by signing up before the start of each meeting.
City Hall is located near the Pioneer Square stop (uphill, east) of the bus tunnel and is accessible by a number of public transportation options. See http://metro.kingcounty.gov/ for more information.
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