The Eastlake Community Council (ECC) hosts this web site as a service to its members, its neighbors in Eastlake, and nearby neighborhoods. Whether Eastlake is your home or place of business, or you are just passing through this great community, we hope that you find this web site useful.

Eastlake is a community in Seattle, Washington that lies between the eastern shore of Lake Union and the western side of I-5. Eastlake Avenue bisects the neighborhood running one and a half miles, from the length of the University Bridge at the north end to E. Mercer Street at the south end.

Founded in 1971, the Eastlake Community Council is a neighborhood organization whose official purposes include to foster and encourage a sense of community among people who live and work in the neighborhood and to promote programs and distribute information benefiting the neighborhood.

To learn more about our Eastlake neighborhood and its many fine residents, organizations, and businesses, please take a moment to look around this web site. Links at the top (including one to a complete site index) are your avenue to wide information about the Eastlake Community Council, its many activities on behalf of a humane and vibrant Eastlake neighborhood, and how to get involved.

We hope that you will become an active member of our community both online and at our many events and activities here in the neighborhood. Please join us at an upcoming event, find us on Facebook, and/or let us know what you think or how you wish to become involved.


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