The 2015 Seattle City Championship took place January 16-18 at the Seattle Chess Club. The winner was Kyle Haining with 4.5/5. Kyle won all 4 of his games and took a bye during the 4th round, presumably to watch the Seahawks game. Viktors Pupols took clear second with 4 points and tied for 3rd-5th places were Kevin Gafni, Yevgeniy Rozenfeld, and Brendan Zhang with 3.5 point.
The Reserve Section (U1800) was won by Carlo Del Mundo with a perfect 5/5 score and in second place was Dave Juchau with 4 points.
Fred Kleist was the tournament director and there were a total of 44 participants.