The Boundary Review Board is a quasi-judicial, administrative body empowered to make decisions on such issues as incorporations, annexations, extensions of utilities, etc. by cities, towns, and special purpose districts. It can approve, deny, or modify a proposal. Its decisions are appealable to the Pierce County Superior Court.
The Boundary Review Board meets quarterly in February, May, August, and November on the second Thursday at 9:30 am. Agenda and meeting materials are published one week prior if there is a meeting. The Boundary Review Board does not meet if there are no agenda items.