The Board of Health develops, approves, and revises countywide policy on public health issues such as opioids, immunizations, and climate change. The Board evaluates yearly budget recommendation, recommends new programs, and reviews Health Department activities. The Board meets monthly, and members will be assigned to subcommittees and various ad hoc task groups.
The Health Department is part of Snohomish County, and final budget and program decisions fall under the purview of the Executive Office and Snohomish County Council, with recommendations from the Board of Health.
The nine-member Board includes:
two County Council members
one elected official from a large or medium city
one elected official from a small city or town
one tribal representative nominated by the American Indian Health Commission
one healthcare facility representative
one healthcare provider
two additional community members, at least one of whom uses health services in the county.
This page will be updated as Board membership and meeting schedules are finalized in January 2023.
Previous Board of Health Documents (Snohomish Health District)