Boards & Commissions

  1. Arts Commission

    The Enumclaw Arts Commission is a 7 member body whose mission is to "...enrich the plateau area by coordinating and supporting literary, visual and performing artists and events, both amateur and professional."

  2. Cemetery Board

    The Cemetery Board is a 5 member body charged with making all necessary rules and regulations to maintain the Evergreen Memorial Park in a manner befitting the solemnity of the grounds.

  3. Civil Service Commission

    The Civil Service Commission is a 3 member body that governs appointments, advancements, demotions, suspensions, and discharges of police officers.

  4. Design Review Board

    The Design Review Board is a 5 member body which reviews and approves building designs, landscaping, and site plans to ensure an aesthetic design and compliance with the city's codes.

  5. Hearing Examiner

    The office of Hearing Examiner is an independent office of the city for the conduct of hearings on land use matters involving the interests of the city and its citizens over which jurisdiction from time to time is conferred on the Hearing Examiner by ordinance.

  6. Human Services Advisory Board

    The purpose of the Human Services Advisory Board is to assist and advise elected officials in the city in identifying the local social service needs and recommending priorities to meet those needs.

  7. Library Board

    The Library Board reports to the King County Library System in an advisory role.

  8. Park Board

    The Park Board is a 7 member body which provides guidance, direction, and recommendations regarding the planning, acquisition and operation of park facilities, the community center and recreational programs.

  9. Planning Commission

    The Planning Commission is a 7 member body that acts to analyze, research and make recommendations to the City Council regarding the appropriate use and development of land throughout the municipality.

  10. TBD

    In an effort to establish a dedicated funding program to address the city’s deteriorating pavement system, the City Council approved Ordinance 2524 on May 14, 2013, establishing a Transportation Benefit District, a quasi-municipal corporation and independent taxing district created for the sole purpose of acquiring, constructing, improving, providing, and funding transportation improvements within the district.

  11. Urban Forestry Committee

    The Urban Forestry Committee handles matters concerning the modification of trees within the city.