Snohomish County Tomorrow
Snohomish County Tomorrow (SCT) is a cooperative and collaborative public inter-jurisdictional forum consisting of representatives from the county and nineteen of the cities as well as the Tulalip Tribes. SCT’s goal for Snohomish County, the cities and tribes in Snohomish County is to partner and work together for the betterment of all citizens in Snohomish County and the region. SCT’s primary function is to oversee the Countywide Planning Policies (PDF) (CPP) which are written policies used solely for the purpose of establishing a countywide framework from which the county and cities’ comprehensive plans are developed.
Snohomish County Tomorrow has volunteer citizen representative positions open on two committees. If you would like to be considered for a citizen member position, please fill out an application.
The SCT Organization
SCT consists of six committees. Each of these committees meets monthly with the exception of the Community Advisory Board which meets quarterly.
- Community Advisory Board
- Executive Committee
- Infrastructure Coordinating Committee
- Managers and Administrators Group
- Planning Advisory Committee
- Steering Committee
- Vision and Mission (2017) (PDF)
- Goals (Original, 1990) (PDF)
- History (PDF)
- Resolution (PDF)
- Operating Guidelines (PDF)
- Organizational Structure (PDF)
2019 Annual Assembly
SCT’s 2019 Annual Assembly was held on September 25, 2019 and focused on the Housing Affordability Regional Taskforce work (HART). The 98 people attending heard about the increasingly unaffordable housing market in our region, making home ownership less attainable for the middle class. Elected officials, city /county managers, planning- and public works directors and community members recommended potential solutions ranging from addressing permit process delays to converting strip malls to tiny houses. Their feedback will be incorporated into the HART final report, due at the end of the year.
Table groups discussing HART priorities
Mayor Nehring (Marysville) discussing HART priorities
Councilmember Guzak (Snohomish) shares her views
SCT Co-Chair Nehring (Co. Council) opened the Assembly
Officials from cities, the county and the Tribes participated
Groups discussed HART priorities at their tables
SCT Co-Chair Liam Olsen (Bothell Council) summarized the discussions
SCT Assembly gathered to hear of HART’s work
County Executive Somers and Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith presented HART findings
Table group discussion
Councilmember James (Marysville) discussing HART priorities
Thank you to all of the speakers, volunteers and HART members who made this Assembly successful!