Welcome to the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce!
New to town or the neighborhood? Search our Member Business Directory to find businesses and services in Capitol Hill!
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Chamber and member events in Capitol Hill!
The Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce’s 8th annual Hilloween event returns to the SCC Mitchell Activityt Center (1718 Broadway) with a fun Circus themed carnival featuring live performances, carnival games and fun activities. The carnival concludes with a costume parade led by a marching band and trick-or-treating
Join us for a Chamber Coffee Chat with representatives from the WA Dept of Labor and Industries at Ada's Technical Books and Cafe (425 15th Ave E). Find out more about resources, services, and programs available to small businesses.
Coffee and pastries will be provided.
Learn about the Capitol Hill BIA Expansion!
A new BIA will help us shape, guide and advocate for Capitol Hill and preserve the diversity and unique nature of our neighborhood. It will also help us get big things done and manage the things that are important to our community. A BIA will generate funds to help new businesses fill empty storefronts, market the neighborhood, provide more street cleaning, increase public safety efforts, graffiti removal, and provide programming in places like Cal Anderson Park.
The Capitol Hill BIA will be funded through assessments on property owners located within its boundaries (Broadway, Pike-Pine, 12th Ave. E., 15th Ave. E., 19th Ave. E., Melrose, and Olive & Denny). Read more about the proposed BIA expansion at capitolhill2020.org
News from the Chamber
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