People who live in buildings owned by Seattle Housing Authority, or who receive housing assistance from the agency, have several ways to get involved in the decision-making processes that affect their buildings and communities.
Many public housing buildings have resident councils. The Resident Action Council, Joint Policy Advisory Committee, and Seattle Senior Housing Program Advocates II offer other chances to get involved.
The community building process puts Seattle Housing Authority residents at the forefront of efforts to build their neighborhoods. The agency has six Community Builders to offer support.