Serving the citizens of Ashford, Eatonville, Elbe, Elk Plain, Frederickson, Graham, Spanaway, Roy, McKenna, Lacamas, and Harts Lake.
Amy Cruver has called Pierce County home since 1985. In 2005, she became then-state Rep. Jim McCune's assistant and worked with him in the same capacity when he was elected to the Pierce County Council.
In 2015, Cruver was elected the Pierce County Charter Review Commission representing Council District 3. That same year she was also elected to serve as a commissioner for Drainage District 13 where she and two other commissioners were responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of a 5-mile drainage system (man-made ditch) located in the Graham/Eatonville area.
Cruver lives by the values and attitudes that were instilled in her growing up in the Midwest.
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External Boards & Commissions
|External Boards and Commissions||Position|
|Joint Determining Board||Member|
|Law Enforcement Officers' and Fire Fighters' Disability Board (LEOFF)||Member|
|Lodging Tax Advisory Board||Member|
|Nisqually River Council||Member|
|Performance Audit Committee||Member|
|Pierce County Flood Control Zone District Board of Supervisors||Member|
|Pierce County Reserve Officers Board of Trustees||Alternate|
|Pierce Transit-Pierce County Combined Communications Network Executive Board||Alternate|
|South Sound Military & Communities Partnership Elected Officials Council||Alternate|
|Tourism Promotion Area Hotel Commission||Member|
|Transportation Benefit District||Member|
|Zoo and Trek Authority (ZTA)||Member|