- May 25
- June 1
- June 8 (public hearing)
- June 15 (if needed)
All meetings start at 6 p.m.
The regular meetings will be held in the Executive Office conference room, sixth floor of the Administrative West Building, 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett.
The public hearing on June 8 will be held in the Public Meeting Room, first floor of the Administrative East Building, 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett.
The Commission convenes on a biannual basis.
The commission is made up of 10 members, nominated by the county executive and confirmed by the county council. Six of the members of the commission are selected by lot by the county auditor from among all registered voters in Snohomish County. The remaining four members are required to have experience in the field of personnel management and come from four sectors: business, professional personnel management, legal profession, and organized labor. Commissioners serve two-year terms.
About the Commission
The Snohomish County Citizens' Commission on Salaries of Elected Officials is an independent commission that meets every two years to fix the salaries of elected officials in Snohomish County. The commission sets base salaries according to the duties of office and to attract citizens of the highest quality to public service. The offices whose salaries are set by the commission are the county council, executive, assessor, auditor, clerk, prosecuting attorney, sheriff and treasurer.
In 2016, the commission will fix the salary schedule for 2017 and 2018. The recommendations of the commission are due by July 1, 2016. In 2006, the voters of Snohomish County approved an amendment to the Snohomish County Charter that requires the recommendations of the commission to become law without further action by the county council or executive on January 1 of the following year subject to referendum as provided in SCC 2.105.080 and Charter section 6.120.
2015-2016 Salary Schedule Approved
At its June 11, 2014, meeting, the Salary Commission approved the salary schedule for Snohomish County elected officials for 2015 and 2016. The final salary schedule was filed with the County Auditor on June 27, 2014.
Previous Agenda & Minutes
View Historical Agendas and Minutes
Salary Commission Archives
- 2014 Salary Commission Documents
- 2012 Meeting Calendar
- 2010 Salary Commission Documents
- 2008 Salary Commission Documents
- Sections of the county code: The role of the commission as approved by voters in 2006 in County Charter Section 6.120 and the role of the commission as approved by council in SCC 2.105
- Local and statewide salary comparison
- Elected Official Salary History
- Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) History