Meadowbrook Community Council
The Meadowbrook Community Council’s goal is to support community spirit and create a more connected environment in Northeast Seattle’s Meadowbrook community and surrounding neighborhoods.
The Council meets every other month on the second Tuesday of the month at the Meadowbrook Community Center. The meetings have regular visits from city departments to discuss local projects and to gather neighborhood input, as well as the Seattle District 5 representative and State Representatives on occasion. Other neighborhood events and concerns are discussed. Everyone is invited to attend and listen and share. We invite the neighborhood to participate with the Council and join as a member. In addition to having voting rights on Council actions, members are also helping to fund community enrichment. Dues are currently just $10 per person per year.
Anyone residing within the geographical jurisdiction of the Meadowbrook Community Council is eligible to join. The southern border is NE 95th Street, the western border is Lake City Way, the northern border is NE 115th Street, and the eastern border is Sand Point Way NE.
Director at Large
Director at Large
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Become a Supporter of the Meadowbrook Community Council
The Meadowbrook Community Council is an all-volunteer organization that relies on dues-paying members to run. Members are allowed to vote on neighborhood and community issues and will help mould the future of the neighborhood.
A licensed business having a physical presence within or persons age 18 or older residing within, the Council boundaries are eligible to join. The southern border is NE 95th Street, the western border is Lake City Way, the northern border is NE 115th Street, and the eastern border is Sand Point Way NE.
How To Join
To join, make checks payable to the Meadowbrook Community Council and send with your membership form (located to the right) to the Meadowbrook Community Council Treasurer.