We're Looking for Our Next Executive Director!
Do you have what it takes to bring the Capitol Hill 2020 plan into reality? We're looking for a new Executive Director who will lead the development, management, and execution of all Chamber programs and projects including and especially the creation of a new Business Improvement Area (BIA). This includes managing all staff, budgets, and contracts for the organization. The Board of Directors will provide strategic leadership in identifying the Capitol Hill community priorities and oversight of the finances of the organization. The Executive Director must work effectively with city leaders, multiple city departments, and local business & community leaders.
Download the full job description here.
Become a Hilloween Sponsor!
It's that time of year again! Please save the date for our favorite family-friendly event of the year. This year Hilloween takes place on Halloween: Saturday, October 31. After last year's downpour, we're moving the carnival inside to Seattle Central College's Mitchell Activity Center gym.
We're hard at work planning the carnival, which will run from 12:00 to 3:00 PM. The traditional costume parade will lead the kids out to Pine and Broadway where they'll be released to make the trek up Broadway all the way to Roy from about 4:00 to 7:00.
We still have sponsorship slots available! Please help support this popular neighborhood event. Download our sponsor packet and become a part of the best kids event on the Hill!
Thanks to Sound Transit, Vulcan Inc., Capitol Hill Housing Foundation, Wolff Construction, 1st Security Bank, and the Lowell PTA for their support!
Learn About Our Capitol Hill 2020 Plan
|Capitol Hill 2020 is an economic direction for Capitol Hill as the neighborhood experiences tremendous growth and opportunity. Capitol Hill 2020 seeks to preserve the neighborhood’s progressive nature as it makes bold moves toward the future. Find out more at http://www.capitolhill2020.org/.
Why we're...not your daddy's chamber
The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce works daily to increase and maintain the vitality of our neighborhood by supporting commerce and creating platforms for important discussions about better transportation, development, housing and community spaces – all the while maintaining the unique character that is Capitol Hill. This makes the work of our Chamber broader than many traditional Chambers of Commerce and it’s why we’re not your daddy’s chamber.
News from the Chamber
Thanks to Our Community Leader Members for Investing in Capitol Hill: