Clark County
Clark County

The Collective Voice of Washington’s Counties for Over 100 Years

Created in 1906, the Washington State Association of Counties (WSAC) is a voluntary, non-profit association serving all of Washington’s 39 counties. WSAC members include elected county commissioners, council members and executives from all of Washington’s 39 counties.

Recent News

Save the Date!

As you begin to fill in your 2020 calendar, be sure to check for upcoming meetings on our online calendar. This resource includes meeting information for all of our affiliates and partners. Want to add something to the calendar? Let us know at Learn More… Learn More

Recent News

2020 Census: Everyone Counts

Counties are preparing for Census Day on Wednesday, April 1. View our latest resources for counties and learn more about the efforts under way to make sure that Everyone Counts. Learn More… Learn More

Recent News

Legislative Priorities

On Monday, January 13, the Washington State Legislature will begin its 60-day session. WSAC will be advocating on four legislative priorities: Fish Passage Barriers Involuntary Treatment Act Trial Court Funding Trial Court Public Defense Funding Unfunded Mandates Learn More… Learn More


Why are counties important and how do they impact me?

You may not realize it, but county government and county officials are a part of your everyday life. From food inspections to law enforcement, from road maintenance and natural resource management, counties provide critical services to all of Washington’s 7.5 million residents. Want to learn the basics of county government? Start here:


Are you a county leader looking for resources?

County leaders face a unique set of challenges in their day-to-day work. Our mission is to serve you and the counties you represent. Here are just some of the valuable resources designed to help make your job a little easier.

Business Partnerships

Washington counties are engaged in delivering a broad range of services, from public health and safety to road construction, environmental mitigation, and social services. With over 35,000 employees serving over 7.5 million residents, counties are looking to private and nonprofit sectors for innovation and solutions to improve their performance. Learn more about these services and how they can help improve service delivery and benefits to your county.