The Southeast District Council (SEDC) is a citizen advisory group, one of thirteen in the city, that provides the means for cooperative actions by Southeast organizations with all branches of City government. The SEDC also provides a forum to disseminate information and to encourage discussion of common concerns among residents, businesses and community organizations. . The SEDC also works to:  

  • Steward the Southeast Seattle Action Agenda
  • Support the leadership and efforts of member organizations
  • Make recommendations on the city budget
  • Ensure the diversity of the Rainier Valley is represented in neighborhood planning
  • Make Neighborhood Matching Fund and Projects Fund recommendations: For infomation on the projects visit 2009 Neighborhood Projects Fund or 2009 Large Neigborhood Matching Fund Projects . 
  • Make Bridging the Gap Large Transporation Projects recommendation. To learn more about the fund, timeline, 2007 unfunded projects, and to submit an application, visit BTG page.
  • Support implementation of the neighborhood plans
  • Facilitate community discussions on local issues

 

The Southeast District boundaries extend from I-90 to the north to the city limits, and east of MLK Jr. Blvd. to Lake Washington.

 

Monthly meetings feature speakers drawn from the membership, the city, county or state government and advocacy groups. Everyone is welcome to attend meetings. Please join us!

 

Please note that the SEDC will not be meeting in August. If you have announcements you would like distributed to the SEDC mailing list, please see the contact page and send them in.