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Thurston County, Washington

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The Storm & Surface Water Advisory Board works with the Board of County Commissioners to help inform decisions about utility rates, construction projects, stormwater policies, and communications with the public.

Meetings are the third Thursday of every other month, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and are open to the public at 3000 Pacific Ave SE, Room 110 or via video conference. To find out how to join a video conference, contact Corey Bennett at (360) 867-2111. Please also contact her to request disability accommodations. Persons with speech or hearing disabilities may call via Washington Relay: 711 or 800-833-6388.

2024 Meeting Dates & Materials

Meeting Materials will be available closer to the date of this meeting.

Meeting Materials will be available closer to the date of this meeting.

Meeting Materials will be available closer to the date of this meeting.

Meeting Materials will be available closer to the date of this meeting.

Meeting Materials will be available closer to the date of this meeting.

Past Meeting Dates & Materials (2022 and later)

About the Storm & Surface Water Advisory Board

SSWAB Members

SSWAB Duties

  1. Provide public involvement and accountability within the rate boundary where the county collects fees and charges for the stormwater utility.
  2. Review and provide recommendations to staff and the BoCC on the stormwater utility guiding plans and documents including: annual work program, budget, Capital Facilities Plan, rates, and policy proposals.
  3. Communicate regularly with the public and other water-resource-concerned groups to bring a broad water resource perspective to the stormwater utility.