AWC Business Meeting Online

Thursday, June 25 | 10 am to noon

Due to the cancellation of the in-person Annual Conference, the Business Meeting will proceed online.


What's happening at the AWC Business Meeting?

Voting delegate meeting login

Registered voting delegates have received meeting login information in separate emails dated June 18 and June 24. Keep this information handy so you can easily join the meeting on the morning of June 25. Voting delegates will only be able to engage in voting by using the login information provided in their confirmation email.


Watch the AWC Business Meeting

All members are welcome to watch the AWC Business Meeting, but only voting delegates will be able to vote on AWC Board candidates, the proposed Statement of Policy, and AWC Bylaws amendments.

All AWC Annual Conference registrants will receive an access link to watch the AWC Business Meeting on the morning of June 25 in the Day 3 Annual Conference email. (Voting delegates should not use this link to access the meeting.)


View the AWC Business Meeting agenda.

Elect the AWC Board of Directors – the people who guide your association’s activities. View the list of candidates or AWC Nominating Committee report #4 to see who is running for the AWC Board.

Vote on important policy documents. This year, two important AWC policy documents will be presented to the membership for adoption:

  • Proposed AWC Bylaws amendments as recommended by the Bylaws Review Committee and the AWC Board of Directors
    Memo and proposed changes to the AWC Bylaws
    The deadline to submit amendments was 5 pm on June 24, 2020. Proposed amendments can be made at the Business Meeting.
  • AWC Statement of Policy as advanced by the AWC State and Federal Policy Committee
    Statement of Policy
    The deadline to submit amendments was 5 pm on June 24, 2020. Proposed amendments can be made at the Business Meeting.


Who are your city's voting delegates?

Each city has the opportunity to designate up to three voting delegates for the AWC Business Meeting. Voting delegates can be staff or elected officials. These delegates vote on important city issues like candidates for the Board of Directors, adoption of the Statement of Policy, and bylaws amendments.

Deadline to submit voting delegate information was 5 pm on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.

Need to cancel or make a substitution?
Deadline to submit cancellations and substitutions was 5 pm on Wednesday, June 24, 2020.

Want to see who is a registered voting delegate?

Check out the list here.

Arlington (2)
Battle Ground (2)
Bellevue (2)
Benton City (1)
Bingen (1)
Black Diamond (3)
Bonney Lake (3)
Bremerton (3)
Buckley (2)
Camas (1)
Centralia (2)
Chelan (3)
Cheney (2)
Chewelah (1)
College Place (2)
Covington (3)
DuPont (3)
Duvall (1)
Edgewood (3)
Elma (1)
Federal Way (2)
Ferndale (3)

Fife (3)
Friday Harbor (3)
Granite Falls (1)
Issaquah (1)
Kenmore (3)
Kennewick (2)
Kent (3)
Kirkland (3)
Lacey (1)
Lakewood (3)
Liberty Lake (3)
Long Beach (3)
Longview (2)
Lynden (1)
Maple Valley (1)
Marysville (3)
Medical Lake (1)
Mercer Island (3)
Metaline Falls (1)
Mill Creek (3)
Monroe (1)
Moses Lake (3)

Mount Vernon (3)
Mukilteo (3)
Newcastle (1)
Normandy Park (3)
North Bend (2)
Oak Harbor (3)
Ocean Shores (1)
Pasco (1)
Pateros (2)
Port Angeles (3)
Port Orchard (3)
Poulsbo (3)
Pullman (3)
Puyallup (2)
Redmond (1)
Renton (3)
Ridgefield (3)
Rockford (1)
Selah (2)
Shelton (1)
Shoreline (1)
Snoqualmie (1)

Soap Lake (1)
South Bend (2)
Spokane Valley (3)
Stanwood (3)
Steilacoom (3)
Stevenson (1)
Sunnyside (3)
Tenino (3)
Toppenish (3)
Tukwila (3)
Tumwater (3)
Twisp (3)
Union Gap (3)
University Place (3)
Vancouver (3)
Washougal (3)
Waterville (1)
Wenatchee (3)
West Richland (2)
Woodland (1)
Yakima (3)
Yelm (3)


Michelle Fry, 360.753.4137,


AWC Board of Directors candidates

Open positions

2020 Board candidates


MoodyMayor Soo Ing-Moody, Twisp, forwarded by the AWC Board of Directors

Candidate statement

Vice President

KeelCouncilmember Kent Keel, University Place, forwarded by the AWC Board of Directors

Candidate statement

District 2

TorelliCharlesCouncilmember Chuck Torelli, Kennewick

Candidate statement

District 4

TrevinoMayor Jose Trevino, Granger

Candidate statement


HillBradCouncilmember Brad Hill, Yakima

Candidate statement

District 6

PrattDeputy Mayor Cynthia Pratt, Lacey

Candidate statement


EvansJustinDeputy Mayor Justin Evans, Bonney Lake

Candidate statement


GuntherTodCouncilmember Tod Gunther, Orting

Candidate statement

District 8

NehringJonMayor Jon Nehring, Marysville

Candidate statement

District 10

BlockerKeith Blocker, Deputy Mayor, Tacoma, appointed by Tacoma City Council

District 12

PutaansuuMayor Rob Putaansuu, Port Orchard

Candidate statement

District 14

BoudreauJillMayor Jill Boudreau, Mount Vernon

Candidate statement

At-Large 1 (Western, cities with population 5,000 or greater in multi-city districts)

MarineJoeCouncilmember Joe Marine, Mukilteo

Candidate statement


OckerlanderAmyMayor Amy Ockerlander, Duvall

Candidate statement


SchromenWawrinLindseyCouncilmember Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin, Port Angeles

Candidate statement

Candidate material

At-Large 2 (Western, cities less than 5,000 population in multi-city districts)

PhillipsJerryMayor Jerry Phillips, Long Beach

Candidate statement

At-Large 4 (Eastern, cities less than 5,000 population in multi-city districts)

KnaussDorothyMayor Dorothy Knauss, Chewelah

Candidate statement

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