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  • Mayor Edward Murray Mayor Edward Murray

    Mayor Edward Murray (2014-present)

    Edward Murray became Mayor of Seattle on January 1, 2014 and promptly set the tone for his administration by signing an executive order raising the minimum wage of City government employees to $15 an hour along with a vow to deliver the same raise to all minimum wage workers in Seattle. Murray lives in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood with his partner of 24 years, Michael Shiosaki. Read more about the Mayor here.

    PO Box 94749

    Seattle, WA 98124-4749

  • "Find It, Fix It" is a smartphone app offering mobile users one more way to report selected issues to the City of Seattle. 

    With Find It, Fix It, reporting an issue is as easy as snapping a photo with your smartphone, adding detailed information, hitting submit. The map's "drag and drop" feature or the phone's own technology can be used to pinpoint the location.    





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    "We are facing our worst housing affordability crisis in decades. My vision is a city where people who work in Seattle can afford to live here. Housing affordability is just one building block to a more equitable city. It goes hand in hand with our efforts on raising the minimum wage, providing preschool education for low-income children, and increasing access to parks and transit. We all share responsibility in making Seattle affordable. Together, this plan will take us there." - Mayor Ed Murray

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  • King County Councilmember, Jeanne Kohl-Welles King County Councilmember, Jeanne Kohl-Welles

    King County Councilmember, Jeanne Kohl-Welles (2016- )

    I have always worked collaboratively to achieve common-sense solutions on tough issues. My goals reflect social justice and economic opportunity. I advocate for income equality and tax fairness; eliminating disproportionality in our juvenile and adult criminal justice systems. Read more about Councilmember Kohl-Welles here