WSAC works with many affiliate and
partner organizations. These groups include county engineers, public
health officials, planners, emergency managers, county administrators,
clerks of county boards and councils, human service managers, WSU county
extension directors, and others.
ACHS acts on executive and legislative branch
actions that affect the counties' administrative, planning, and service
delivery responsibilities for human services in the areas of chemical
dependency, developmental disabilities and mental health and to
facilitate the provision of services in those areas through statewide
coordination, advocacy, program development, and quality management.
ACCIS is composed of the chief information system
officers from counties and cities throughout the state. Their goals
include promoting a communication link between the Information Systems
functions of the counties/cities; representing county/city Information
Systems interests to state officials, and to call attention to
legislation affecting data processing operations; and providing
education for county/city officers on roles, responsibilities, and
requirements of Information Systems departments.
The mission of the Washington State Association of County Engineers, as
an affiliate member of the Washington State Association of Counties
(WSAC), is to enhance leadership effectiveness by providing more
opportunities for professional development, building professional
relationships, and advocating stewardship of the environment and
infrastructure with which we have been entrusted, for the benefit of
present and future generations.
WSALPHO works with its partners to create and
maintain a strong local governmental public health system in Washington
State that improves health status through the promotion of health, the
prevention of and protection from injury and disease.
The County Planners affiliate of WSAC is comprised
of planners from each of the 39 Washington counties. County Planners
focus on land use, housing, transportation, environmental, economic and
WCAA's membership includes county administrators and managers from
across Washington State. WCAA works closely with WSAC on advancing the
county legislative agenda and other county related issues and activites.
The Washington Association of Commission/Council Clerks (WACCCs)
promotes interaction among the Clerks of Board of County Commissioners
and Councils; to create a source of contact for Clerks to gather
information, to further education and professionalism, and to better
serve County Government and their constituencies in Washington State.
WSEMA is the professional association of local,
county, state and federal emergency management individuals from the
private and public sectors committed to providing state leadership and
expertise in comprehensive emergency management; serving as a vital
information and assistance resource for local, county and state managers
and directors, and private industry; and forging strategic partnerships
to advance continuous improvement in emergency management.
University Extension Directors
Washington State University Extension engages people, organizations and
communities to advance knowledge, economic well-being and quality of
life by fostering inquiry, learning, and the application of research.