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Advisory Councils

Are you committed to supporting your community and want to do more? ARC Advisory Councils represent diverse viewpoints of communities, from across Seattle, that come together once a month to advocate for the success of local and citywide recreation services for all people. This is a direct opportunity to create more access for underserved populations and enhance the quality of offerings we provide in partnership with Seattle Parks and Recreation. Contact Sebastian Wilson to find out how you can become involved in one of our 34 Advisory Councils.

  • Ballard Advisory Council
  • Bitter Lake Advisory Council
  • Delridge Advisory Council
  • Garfield Advisory Council
  • Green Lake Advisory Council
  • Hiawatha Advisory Council
  • High Point Advisory Council
  • International District/Chinatown Advisory Council
  • Jefferson Advisory Council
  • Loyal Heights Advisory Council
  • Magnolia Advisory Council
  • Magnuson Advisory Council
  • Meadwobrook Advisory Council
  • Miller Advisory Council
  • Montlake Advisory Council
  • Northgate Advisory Council
  • Queen Anne Advisory Council
  • Rainier Advisory Council
  • Rainier Beach Advisory Council
  • Ravenna-Eckstein Advisory Council
  • South Park Advisory Council
  • Southwest Advisory Council
  • Van Asselt Advisory Council
  • Yesler Advisory Council
  • Amy Yee Tennis Center Advisory Council
  • Lifelong Recreation Advisory Council
  • Mt. Baker Boating Advisory Council
  • Green Lake Rowing Advisory Council
  • Seattle Canoe & Kayak Advisory Council
  • Specialized Programs Advisory Council
  • Youth and Adult Sports Advisory Council
  • Camp Long Advisory Council
  • Carkeek Park Advisory Council
  • Discovery Park Advisory Council

Find our full list of updates and FAQs here.

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ARC and its 36 advisory councils raise support through fundraising events, grants and generous contributions from dedicated individuals and businesses throughout our community. These funds allow us to offer program scholarships and improve service delivery, ensuring equitable access to high quality programming for all Seattle residents.