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Pierce County Council Regular Meetings

The Pierce County Council holds regular meetings every Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the County City Building, 930 Tacoma Ave S, Room 1045.

The council holds at least one annual evening meeting in each of the seven districts.

Next Meeting (updated on Fridays by 3:00 pm)

Tuesday, February 28, 3:00 pm, Council Chambers

      Agenda - Meeting Agenda

      Packet - Meeting Packet

      Watch Live on Pierce County TV
Meeting Information
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Committees and Boards 
The Rules and Operations Committee manages the process and procedures of the County Council.

Economic and Infrastructure Development

The Economic & Infrastructure Development Committee seeks to improve county parks, buildings and facilities.

The Public Safety, Human Services, and Budget Committee helps public safety departments and monitors annual budget.
The Community Development Committee looks for improvements for county parks, growth management and zoning. 
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The Council occasionally conducts special meetings in addition to the Council’s regularly scheduled meetings. Click here for current Special Meeting notices.
Study Sessions

Study sessions provide the Council opportunities to study issues, gather and analyze information, and clarify problems.

Visit here for study session agendas and packets.

External Board and Commissions members work with outside organizations to benefit the community. Visit the website to learn more.

 The Performance Audits committee serves as the focal point of performance audit activities and oversees the performance audit program. Visit the website for more information.


The process for considering and approving legislative proposals includes review in open public hearings, consistent with the Open Public Meetings Act. Most legislative proposals are considered first by a committee of the County Council, which makes recommendations to the full Council. Final hearings and decisions are made by the full Council. See our Rules of Procedure for more information.