Magnolia Community Council

We are one of the oldest and most consistently active community councils in the City of Seattle. Founded in 1924, our mission is to maintain a vigilant awareness of activities that affect the quality of life in Magnolia and to take appropriate action to promote and protect the interests of the community. The Magnolia Community Council (MCC) identifies and acts on these issues of concern by participating in the public process and by providing funding, management and/or labor for community projects.

Magnolia Chamber of Commerce

To build a united, vibrant business community by enhancing our visibility and promoting our unique mix of enterprises to attract and engage the public.

Magnolia Queen Anne District Council

Magnolia/Queen Anne District Council is engaged in community building and shares information about community issues among our member organizations.

Magnolia Safety was created as a way for our community to share ways we can work together to make our neighborhood a safer place.

We would like to be a place where people can let us know what projects we could do and support that would help improve our community. was first built as a way to promote stronger traffic calming measures at 32nd Ave W and W Raye St., but it’s clear that there are other things that we need around here to keep us safe.

Magnolia/Interbay/Queen Anne Emergency Preparedness is the website for the Magnolia-Interbay-QueenAnne Emergency Preparedness Committee (MIQA-EPC). Here, residents, SNAP. CERT, Block Watch, Ham Radio Operators, Schools, Educators, members of our faith and business communities will learn how to:

  • Prepare to make it through a crisis,
  • Volunteer to support MIQA community emergency communication hubs, and
  • Stay informed during our response to a disaster.

1. How to start a block watch: Click Here.

2. Install a crime watch sign: Click Here. 

3. Keeping an existing block watch active: Click Here

4. Prepare your neighborhood for disasters: Click Here.

Magnolia Neighborhood Block Watch

Block Watch is a program based on the principle that neighbors working together are the first and best line of defense against crime. Block Watch has been shown to be an effective deterrent of crime at the neighborhood level.

The Seattle Police Block Watch Program began in 1972 and has seen significant involvement and success. Seattle has always been recognized for its Block Watch program. Roughly 30% of Seattle neighborhoods are currently involved in Block Watch, compared to a national average of fewer than 11%.

If you are interested in starting a neighborhood block watch in the Magnolia area please fill out the form below:

Magnolia Farmers Market

The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance is committed to supporting and strengthening Washington's small family farm businesses by creating and operating vibrant, successful neighborhood farmers markets.

To meet our mission we provide effective direct sales sites for our region's small farmers, while also educating consumers about local farm products and the importance of supporting and preserving local farmland. In addition, we have been at the forefront of advocating for low income benefits programs to ensure equal food access.

Friends of Magnolia Manor Park

Friends of Magnolia Manor Park was formed in 2011 to help implement the community-developed plan for Magnolia Manor Park, including an Off Leach Area (OLA) and P-Patch. Through their stewardship, Friends of Magnolia Manor Park build community by connecting peopl, palnts and animals in recreational activities thereby creating a treasured and sustainable neighborhood gathering place for all.

Friends of Discovery Park

Our purposes are to defend the integrity of Discovery Park; to create and protect there an open space of quiet and tranquility, a sanctuary where the works of man are minimized, appearing to be affected primarily by the forces of nature, a place which emphasizes its natural environment, broad vistas and unspoiled shorelines; and to promote the development of the Park according to a Master Plan responsive to these goals.

Magnolia Historical Society

Initiate interest in Magnolia historical studies and activities throughout the Seattle area. Inspire the Community to acquire a publicly assessable common-use collection of acquisitions and archives; dutifully cared for, those collections will use state of the art technologies and professional services. Invest in Magnolia historical research and cultural heritage to further activities for charitable, literary, and educational purposes and have a sense of enjoyment with hands-on historic projects and work. Encourage a more complete and knowledgeable sense of place through the works and projects of the Magnolia Historical Society.

Safe in Magnolia

Our Mission

The mission of is to draw the much-needed attention of city officials to unsafe intersections in the Magnolia neighborhood. We strive to partner with them to address these hazards with expedience and transparency, guided by the voice of our community.

2015 Focus Project

For 2015, or top goal is to establish right-of-way control at the intersection of 32nd Ave W and W Raye St. Our proposed solution is to install solar-powered, blinking stop signs addressing North-South traffic flow.

Magnolia Library

The Magnolia Branch of The Seattle Public Library has: