The Snohomish County Tomorrow Steering Committee is the policy advisory body of the Snohomish County Tomorrow planning process. The Steering Committee membership is comprised of one elected representative from each of the cities and towns in the county, the Tulalip Tribes, and three elected representatives from Snohomish County. The county representatives include the Snohomish County executive and two county council members. All of these members are called the elected official representatives.
These members select six additional members who are Snohomish County citizens at large. These six members are called citizen representatives. One member from the Community Advisory Board is also seated at Steering Committee meetings. The Steering Committee operates by general powers and authority granted to each municipal entity to participate in cooperative inter-jurisdictional planning efforts and specifically by the following:
Snohomish County Motion 89-159, adopting the Snohomish County Tomorrow Planning Process, including the Steering Committee
Resolution to Participate in Snohomish County Tomorrow, as adopted by participating jurisdictions
Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 36.70A.210, as amended; laws of the State of Washington making comprehensive and inter-jurisdictional planning for growth management a mandatory requirement for cities, towns and the county