Advisory Boards & Committees
Accessible Communities Advisory Committee
Provides guidance on addressing persons with disabilities in emergency plans, access to program services and activities, new construction or renovation projects, sidewalks, other pedestrian travel and more.
Assists Pierce County Aging and Disability Resources with planning programs, allocating funds, evaluating services, identifying unmet community needs, and educating the community. Members also serve as liaisons between the ADR program and the public, including educating legislators about key issues impacting older adults and adults with disabilities.
The Allocation Advisory Committee for Prevention Programs makes recommendations to the County Executive and the County Council on intended use of the 1/4th of the 1/10th percent Criminal Justices Sales and Use Tax.
The Behavioral Health Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to assist the County in meeting the comprehensive behavioral health planning responsibilities required by applicable laws of the State of Washington Chapter 8.101PCC.
Provide policy, systems, and environmental change recommendations to ensure the successful development of infants, children, youth and young adults ages Birth to 25.
The Citizen’s Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to county government in the implementation of federally funded programs and activities through Community Development Block Grants and Emergency Shelter Grants.
The CDC Board is a decision-making body that approves business and housing loans, policies and procedures and other financial transactions related to the CDC.
The board serves as an advocacy body to promote the interest of persons with developmental disabilities residing in Pierce County.
Ombudsmen are a listening ear and a voice for residents of long-term care settings.
The Pierce County Coordinated Transportation Coalition (PCCTC) is a catalyst for change. Members work to coordinate transportation between public transit, human services agencies and private transportation providers.
The Veterans Advisory Board advises the legislative authority on the needs, resources available, and programs that could benefit local indigent veterans and their families.