Volunteers still needed for Kaiser Permanente SAC

Committee would advise on $400 million Capitol Hill campus renovation

Volunteers still needed for Kaiser Permanente SAC

Volunteers still needed for Kaiser Permanente SAC

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking people interested in serving on a standing advisory committee for Kaiser Permanente to provide feedback on future developments.

Kaiser acquired Group Health Cooperative for $1.8 billion following approval in January, and that includes Group Health’s Capitol Hill campus. It announced in September 2017 that it is planning a $400 million renovation and redesign of its flagship Capitol Hill campus, which it slated for completion in 2022.

“They have not had a standing advisory committee in place for a while, so what we’re doing now is getting people to volunteer for a committee,” said Maureen Sheehan with the Department of Neighborhoods when the department attempted to attract SAC volunteers last August.

The Kaiser Permanente SAC will meet one to four times a year to review the entity’s master plan and provide advice on planned developments. Appointments are for two-year renewable terms.

Letters of interest may be sent to Sheehan by Monday, July 30, at Maureen.Sheehan@seattle.gov or by mail:

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

P.O. Box 94649

Seattle, WA