King County Boards and CommissionsMore than 550 volunteers are already serving on a King County board, commission, committee or task force. These volunteers are advising the Executive and the King County Council on policies and programs affecting the residents of King County. The Executive's Annual Report (PDF, 1.24MB) to the King County Council on boards and commissions is available online now.
While we accept applications for appointment to King County boards and commissions at any time, currently recruiting for members are the following boards and commissions. You can find further information about the following boards by viewing our "Currently Recruiting" page:
- Civil Rights Commission
Regional Human Services Citizen Oversight Board
- Seattle Ferry Advisory Committee
- Veterans Citizens Oversight Board.
To apply for an appointment to a King County board or commission, please complete this basic application (pdf) . The application is a fill-able form, so complete it online, save to your hard drive and then send it back to us via email to the email address below. Or, you can print the completed form and return it via U.S. mail to the address below. We also accept a resume in lieu of completing the application form. If you are selected for an appointment to a King County board or commission you will also be asked to complete a King County Board of Ethics financial disclosure form.
King County seeks to create an inclusive and accessible process for individuals who wish to serve on a King County board or commission. We strive to ensure that King County boards and commissions are reflective of the community we serve.
If you have questions on the application process or about a particular board/commission contact Rick Ybarra, Liaison for Boards and Commissions, Office of Civil Rights & Open Government, King County Department of Executive Services, 401 Fifth Ave, Suite 215, Seattle, Washington 98104, Direct Phone Line: 206-263-9651 or via email at Rick.Ybarra@kingcounty.gov