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Considerations for engagement in local comprehensive planning PSRC has released new equitable engagement guidance to provide considerations for and information on engaging communities in the development of comprehensive plans. While traditional outreach methods, such as online…
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All PSRC Board members invited to attend June 23 PSRC’s Executive Board will host a hybrid joint board session on implicit bias on June 23 from 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM.  Members of the Central Puget Sound Economic Development District Board, Growth Management Policy Board, and…
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Learn about our work over the past year Our Annual Report describes our major activities and accomplishments over the last year.  This report spans from April 2021 to March 2022. Our accomplishments include: Adoption of the first ever Regional Housing Strategy, which lays out…
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On June 9, the Transportation Policy Board will discuss how to approach the upcoming PSRC process for Federal Transit Administration funding. The board will also discuss the current and upcoming transportation work program, including implementation of action items identified in…
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Occupational profiles identify opportunities for regional workers PSRC recently completed a Workforce Recovery Planning Project, designed to provide actionable regional labor market information to a broad array of stakeholders on in-demand industries and occupations and related…
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Board to meet June 2 The Growth Management Policy Board will meet on Thursday, June 2. The board will be briefed on the implementation of the Regional Housing Strategy and on state housing support for local planning. The board will also hear from sub-regional housing groups,…
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Balducci and Erickson to serve as President and Vice-President The General Assembly has unanimously elected King County Council Chair Claudia Balducci and Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson for a second term as President and Vice President of the Puget Sound Regional Council.   “We…
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Digging into the numbers shows challenges and importance of equity data The central Puget Sound region has about 600,000 people who identify as Asian Alone and more than 35,000 people who identify as Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Alone, as we discovered last year…
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Register now! Join the Puget Sound Regional Council, the Washington State Department of Commerce, and the Municipal Research and Services Center for an online workshop on the comprehensive plan periodic updates. This online workshop will provide an overview of what’s new in the…
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Thank you for the submissions - 20 nominations received! The VISION 2050 Awards celebrate progress ­to enhance the region’s communities and natural environment while advancing equity and opportunity for all.  PSRC received 20 nominations this year. Nominations were submitted in…