Attend a Task Force Meeting
Attending a monthly Pierce County Community Engagement Task Force meeting is the best way to learn more about us and our initiatives. To find out where the next meeting is being held, please contact us and request an invite!
What to expect
The Pierce County Community Engagement Task Force meets on a regular basis to move forward with Task Force objectives, host educational speakers, and connect community organizations.
We have two different types of meetings on a regular basis:
- Monthly Task Force Meeting
- Monthly Committee Meeting
Monthly Task Force Meetings
All members of the Pierce County Community Engagement Task Force meet together once a month, on the first Wednesday of the month. At these meetings, we share announcements about the task force and report outs on the progress of different projects that are carried out by the committees.
Each Monthly Task Force Meeting will also feature 2-3 special speakers who share information on local initiatives, local service organizations, educational material for service providers, and more. These speakers will often host a special Q&A session after the meeting for any follow up questions.
At the end of each meeting, attendees break out into their committees to get information on their next Committee Meeting and special updates for their committee. Members who do not have a committee are encouraged to stay in the Lobby and learn more about the Task Force.
Each committee of the Pierce County Community Engagement Task Force meets together at least once a month. The meeting day for each committee is decided upon by its members and co-lead team, according to what works best for the group.
At these meetings, all committee members and co-leads work together to create and then push forward on initiatives to improve access to services, quality of services, and service-client relationships in Pierce County.
To learn more about individual committees and the types of projects they work on, visit one of the committee pages below.