Capitol Hill has the highest concentration of small businesses in Washington State. This neighborhood is one of the city’s most economically and culturally important business districts, as well as Seattle's historic epicenter for the LGBTQ business and residential community.
Capitol Hill is where Seattleites work, live, or travel to for its thriving business, education, restaurant, arts, and nightlife scene.
The Capitol Hill Business Alliance is the neighborhood’s chamber of commerce. We are dedicated to ensuring a healthy, vibrant, and diverse neighborhood business community for all. The CHBA provides business development, engagement, and advocacy for Capitol Hill businesses and nonprofits who are committed to our collective economic vitality.
To connect directly with our Capitol Hill Small Business Specialist, email Christina Arrington. Christina can provide support with SBA loan applications (PPP & EIDL), help decipher local funding opportunities, and answer COVID-19 emergency resource questions.
Peruse our CHBA member businesses via the online directory, follow CHBA on Facebook to connect with your neighbors, and sign up for the CHBA newsletter to stay informed.
The Capitol Hill Business Alliance (CHBA) is a program of GSBA.
Be a part of Capitol Hill’s small business chamber of commerce.
As a business located on Capitol Hill, you will receive the benefits of both CHBA and GSBA at the cost of one business membership. Your business will be listed in an additional category under "Capitol Hill Business Alliance" at no additional cost.
Find out more about our membership levels and benefits. Please e-mail questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-363-9188.