CAPITOL HILL HOUSING – SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE
December 8, 2016
Capitol Hill Housing will hold a special meeting of the CHH EcoDistrict Steering Committee in the Pike/Pine Meeting Room of the 12th Ave Arts building at 1620 12th Avenue Suite 206 from 5:00 – 6:30 pm on Friday, January 13, 2017. This is a change from the original date of the meeting, which was previously scheduled for Friday, December 9, 2016.
Capitol Hill Housing
CAPITOL HILL HOUSING
SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE
November 7, 2016
Capitol Hill Housing will hold a special meeting for the CHH State Audit Entrance in the Belmont Conference Room in the CHH main office at 1620 12th Avenue Suite 205 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.
Capitol Hill Housing
October 24, 2016
Capitol Hill Housing has changed the date of the Executive Committee meeting originally scheduled to be held in the Belmont Conference Room in the CHH main office at 1620 12th Avenue Suite 205 on October 31st at 5pm.
This meeting is now scheduled for Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 5pm in the same location.
Capitol Hill Housing
Thursday, April 21, 2016, 8:00 – 9:30 am
12th Avenue Arts, Pike-Pine Meeting Room
1620 12th Avenue, Suite 206, 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98122
Join us for this annual briefing by Capitol Hill Housing leaders on CHH’s strategic plan, programs, and financial activities.
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Thank you to our 40th Anniversary sponsor: Chase Bank
Top of the Town
Wednesday, May 20 at the Sorrento Hotel
Our annual fundraising dinner is an opportunity to network with affordable housing and community development leaders in an intimate setting at the Top of the Town. Our guest speaker this year will be Denise Scott, Executive Vice President of Programs at Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and a national leader in neighborhood revitalization. This event helps Capitol Hill Housing keep rents affordable for 2,000 Seattle residents.
Tickets will go on sale soon and will sell out. The best way to guarantee seating is by sponsoring the event. Download the sponsorship information sheet here.
Capitol Hill Housing has long worked to support small businesses, which are part of any healthy community. A focus of our work on 12th Avenue has been raising the profile of small businesses, and the neighborhood has thrived. We encourage you to consider joining City Council President Sally Clark’s symposium in September.
Friday, September 20, 2013, 8:00am – Noon
Seattle City Hall, Bertha Knight Landes Room, First Floor Lobby
Seattle City Council President Sally J. Clark invites you to a morning of information, networking and inspiration. The first ever Seattle Business Organizations Symposium will provide a variety of resources and advice on how to help business organizations grow and be more successful.
- A panel discussion with reporters and public relations experts on how to get more and better media coverage.
- A lightening round of keynote presentations on how business organizations can grow while helping their business districts.
- A case study on how Pioneer Square became Seattle’s newest trendy neighborhood.
- A resource fair of services for neighborhood chambers and business organizations.
Whether you’re on the board or staff of a business organization or a business owner or manager concerned about your business district, this event is for you. Admission is free. Breakfast snacks, coffee and tea provided.
To RSVP or for more information contact David Yeaworth in the office of Seattle City Council President Sally J. Clark at 206-684-5328.
See more photos on our Facebook page.
On June 11, Capitol Hill Housing hosted its 8th annual community forum at Broadway Performance Hall. The focus of this year’s forum was the massive amount of development happening on Capitol Hill and how it is changing the neighborhood.
CEO Christopher Persons showed that there are over 30 proposed developments with more than 2,800 apartments and more than 250,000 square feet of commercial space coming to the Hill. Yet currently, the only affordable housing being developed on Capitol Hill is our 12th Avenue Arts building.
Panelists Knute Berger, Sally Clark, Elizabeth Dunn, A-P Hurd, Stephen O’Connor, and moderator Michael Wells talked about the increasing demand for development in the area and discussed possible ways to maintain affordability.
So how do we preserve affordability and diversity on Capitol Hill? Follow us on facebook and join the conversation.
Watch video of the forum here at the Seattle Channel.
Read an interesting run-down of numbers from the forum here at the Capitol Hill Seattle blog.
On June 22 the Run for Homes team hits the pavement for Capitol Hill Housing at the Rock and Roll Marathon! The team raises individual donations and solicits sponsorships from local businesses.
Sponsorships range from $100 to $1,000. All sponsors get either their logo or their name on the Run for Homes shirts, worn around town for training runs and on race day with 20,000 other runners, walkers and spectators.
Prominent logo on team shirt, prominent logo in e-newsletter, logo on crowdrise, mention on facebook, visit and photo with the team
Logo on team shirt, logo in e-newsletter, logo on crowdrise, mention on facebook
Logo on team shirt, logo on crowdrise, mention on facebook
Name on team shirt, mention on facebook
Logo must be received by May 31 for inclusion on team shirt.
If your business is interested in supporting the Run for Homes team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On April 4, Capitol Hill Housing co-hosted (along with Cascadia Green Building Council and Cascade Bicycle Club) a bicycle tour of the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict.
It was a great turnout and participants talked about ways to strengthen the health and sustainability of the neighborhood. If you missed the tour but want to be a part of the EcoDistrict, look for future events and other opportunities for involvement on facebook.
Learn more about the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict.