Capitol Hill Housing stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County’s call for a Statewide General Strike and March for Black Lives this Friday, June 12th. Place matters. We are acutely aware of our position as an affordable housing organization based in a city with a shameful history of redlining that has disproportionately impacted African Americans. It has
Capitol Hill Housing (CHH) has changed the May Board Meeting, scheduled to be held in the Pike Pine Room at the 12th Ave Arts Building at 1620 12th Ave, Suite 206, Seattle, WA 98122 on Monday, May 11th from 5:30-7:30pm to now be entirely electronic. The meeting information is below.
Join us for the Capitol Hill Arts District Streaming Festival, April 29 to May 3. Presented by the Capitol Hill Arts District and Northwest Film Forum, the festival celebrates the creativity of Capitol Hill and offers community members a connection to interdisciplinary art during this unprecedented time.
In the Emerald City of the Evergreen State, there’s one green initiative that often gets overlooked: stormwater management. Stormwater is the runoff of rainwater and melted snow that directly impacts water quality. In a city that averages 38 inches of rain a year on a particularly hilly, impermeable topography, effective stormwater management becomes a pressing issue.
CHH has made some temporary updates to on-site procedures. Following the guidance and recommendations of public health officials in response to the Coronavirus, we are taking proactive steps to limit interactions.