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Marty Campbell

District 5, Vice Chair

Serving the communities of Browns Point and Dash Point, Fife Heights and city of Fife, Midland, parts of Riverside, North Clover Creek/Collins, Parkland, Spanaway, Summit-Waller, Port of Tacoma, Tacoma's Eastside and Northeast Tacoma.


Marty Campbell is a longtime entrepreneur and resident of Tacoma’s Eastside. A County Councilmember since 2019, he has also served the residents of Tacoma as a Tacoma City Councilmember from 2010-2017 and as Deputy Mayor in 2013.

Marty is a tireless advocate for improving the community he serves. Working to ensure funding for public safety, domestic violence services, and homelessness, as well as supporting the county's local agriculture community and its many Farmers Markets. Marty is also passionate about converting transportation (land, sea and air) to electric technology and improving human powered transportation options across the South Sound.

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November is Native American & Alaskan Native Heritage Month

 

I am grateful that as we head into November, we are formally celebrating the heritage of the Coastal Salish peoples in Pierce County. 

 

At our Oct. 26, 2021 Council meeting we unanimously approved a proclamation declaring November as Native American and Alaskan Native Heritage Month. (Click the video to the right to hear the full reading and vote on the proclamation). 

 

This important recognition is the first time our county government has formally recognized the tribes in this way. The proclamation was the result of months of dialogue and coordination between our governments to make sure the language properly reflected and respected the unique needs, contributions, challenges, and celebrations of our region’s first inhabitants.

 

I extend my thanks to the Puyallup Tribe of Indians and its Tribal Council for being our partner in the development of this proclamation, and to Puyallup Tribal Councilmember Anna Bean for being there in person to accept the proclamation.

 

As outlined in the proclamation, Pierce County is “committed to supporting and strengthening government-to-government relationships with our tribal neighbors in the Puget Sound region: The spuyaləpabš (Puyallup), bəqəlšuɬabš (Muckleshoot), dxʷsq’ʷaliʔabš (Nisqually) and sqʷax̌sədəbš (Squaxin Island) tribes who reside, have lands within or have treaty-protected rights to water in Pierce County.”

Parkland Community Conversation

Thank you to everyone who joined us Aug. 26. 2021 for this community event.


View the presentations from the evening here, or click on the image to the right.

Parkland Community Conversation first slide in presentation

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