Citizens' Advisory Board
About the Board
The Citizen’s Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to assist the County with implementation of Community Action and federally funded programs and activities through Community Development Block Grants, HOME, and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). Board meetings are typically held on the first Wednesday of each month at Sound View (3602 Pacific Avenue).
Maximum membership of the Citizen’s Advisory Board is 15 members. One third of the membership is democratically selected to represent low and moderate-income residents of Pierce County. One third of the membership shall be elected public officials or their representatives. The remaining shall be officials or members of business, industry leaders, religions, law enforcement, education or other major community groups. Members serve no more than two three-year consecutive terms.
- Advocate for low-income and homeless persons and families
- Help provide services to reduce the impact of poverty and homelessness
- Assess and determine community needs, Community Action Program Planning and Evaluation
- Evaluate funding applications
- Make funding recommendations to the Community Connections’ Director and Pierce County Executive, for Community Development Block Grant, Public Facilities Projects, and Public Services Programs.
- Orientation for new members is provided by Human Services’ Staff.
- 2017 Funding Recommendations for CDBG Projects and Activities
- 2016 Funding Recommendations for CDBG Projects and Activities
- 2015 Funding Recommendations for CDBG Projects and Activities
- Citizens' Advisory Board Meeting Agenda - September 19, 2018
- Citizens' Advisory Board Meeting Agenda - September 5, 2018
Advisory Board Application
Human Services Program Staff (CDBG, HOME, ESG)
Tess Colby, Housing, Homeless & Community Development Manager
Stephanie Bray, Community Development Supervisor, firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-798-6917
Lauren Lee, Community Action, Home & Family Services Manager, email@example.com or 253-798-2714