About the Commission

The Seattle Disability Commission advises the Mayor, City Council, and City departments about issues of importance to people with disabilities, recommends policies, practices, and legislation to the City in matters affecting the concerns of people with disabilities, and encourages understanding among people with various disabilities as well as between people with disabilities and the larger Seattle community.

In order to allow people with disabilities to participate in boards and commissions, upon request the City of Seattle will provide reasonable accommodations such as interpreters, documents in Braille, and other services. Please provide five business days advance notice for accommodation requests; requests made with shorter notice cannot be guaranteed. For details or to request an accommodation, please call (206) 684-4500.


Who We Are

The Seattle Disability Commission is a 21 member body of sincere and energetic volunteers who strive to use their collective capabilities and contributions to make a demonstrable improvement to the City of Seattle. The Mayor and City Council each appoint eight commissioners and the Commission appoints an additional four. Commissioners are appointed to a two year term of office and serve without pay. The 21st member joins the Commission each year through Get Engaged, a leadership development program for 18-29 year olds.

Meet Our Commissioners

Seattle Disability Commission

Mailing Address: 810 Third Avenue, Suite 750, Seattle, WA, 98104-1627
Phone: (206) 684-4540
Fax: (206) 684-0332

Promoting access, inclusion, and equity for people with disabilities