July 11, 2019

Dammeier to lead Puget Sound Regional Council

Puget Sound Regional Council Pierce County representatives

Pierce County well represented on PSRC

Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier is taking the hBruce Dammeier president Puget Sound Regional Council Pierce County executiveelm as president of the Puget Sound Regional Council (PRSC). Dammeier won by unanimous vote by the PSRC General Assembly in May.

“Regional coordination is more important than ever as we address the challenges of housing affordability, transportation, economic development and environmental health for a growing region,” Dammeier said. “Working across city and county boundaries is key to ensuring a bright future and I’m pleased to help lead that mission.”

PSRC develops policies and coordinates decisions about regional growth, transportation and economic development planning within King, Pierce, Snohomish and Kitsap counties. The council represents more than 80 jurisdictions, including the four counties, cities and towns, ports, state and local transportation agencies, and tribal governments within the region.

Puget Sound Regional Council Pierce County representatives

Pierce County is well represented on the Puget Sound Regional Council. Connie Ladenburg, Pierce County council member, is vice president of the council’s Economic Development District Board. Ryan Mello, City of Tacoma council member, is chair of the Growth Management Policy Board. Other Pierce County representatives on the PSRC include:

For more information, visit the PSRC website at psrc.org.


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