Public Involvement

Last Updated: 
Oct 10, 2019

PSRC worked with cities, counties, Tribes, other agencies and interest groups, and people throughout the region to develop VISION 2050, the region’s long-range plan to keep the central Puget Sound region healthy and vibrant as it grows.

Regional planning is only successful if the region's residents participate in the process. PSRC organized a variety of ways to get people involved and share feedback during the development of VISION 2050.

What's Happening Now?

PSRC heard from 619 commenters during the draft VISION 2050 public comment period. The Growth Management Policy Board (GMPB) considered all public comments and proposed over 200 amendments to the draft plan prior to developing the GMPB recommended draft.

On January 16, 2020, the Executive Board received the GMPB Recommended draft VISION 2050 plan (December 2019). Action by the Executive Board on VISION 2050 was delayed due to COVID-19 and restrictions on in-person meetings. The Executive Board met in July to continue discussing VISION 2050. At its September 24 meeting, the Executive Board recommended VISION 2050 for adoption by the General Assembly.  The General Assembly adopted VISION 2050 on October 29, 2020.


VISION 2050 Timeline


Opportunities to Get Involved

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