Welcome to Seattle’s Laurelhurst Neighborhood!
Established in 1920, the mission of the Laurelhurst Community Club is to foster an inclusive sense of community in this northeast Seattle neighborhood. In addition, LCC works to identify and address community concerns and to provide a forum to promote solutions by working with the community at large, other civic organizations, and local and state governments. LCC trustees and many others serve on committees, represent the community in other organizations, and work on community improvement or special projects or specific issues such as crime prevention, transportation, the environment, or land use. These neighbors contribute hundreds of hours each year to maintain the livability and vitality of our community.
- Support for National Archives on Sand Point Way
- SR520 Replacement Bridge Pounds Away
- LCC Logo Created by Designer Sarah Tyson
- SCH Non-compliant in Application Process
- Handling Utilities After an Earthquake
- HUB Shed Ready
Statement of Support for Black Lives Matter
Laurelhurst Community Club’s mission is to foster a welcoming and inclusive community, and LCC acts on the principles that everyone is created equal and deserves our respect. LCC’s policies of non-discrimination have long been imbedded in its bylaws. The senseless and cruel deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and many more have brought to light the long-standing racial biases in our society and its criminal justice system, and LCC calls upon those in leadership at all levels of government to create an unbiased justice system for all. The Board of Trustees of LCC supports the efforts of the Black Lives Matter movement to end racism through its peaceful protests, which are an essential part of our democracy. It is the responsibility of police to respect and protect them.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Resources
Hotline for King County Department of Health: 206-477-3977
There are no upcoming events.