Anderson Island Citizens' Advisory Board

AICAB was created by Pierce County ordinance to "serve in an advisory capacity to the Pierce County Council and the Pierce County Executive", and to "facilitate a structured two-way communication process between the County and Island residents, property owners, and business owners regarding significant issues affecting the community" ...including "land use, environmental regulations, infrastructure, schools, ferry service, and public safety."


A public meeting will be held February 22, 2018, beginning at 4:30 p.m., at the Anderson Island Community Club to discuss Emergency Ordinance 2017-58, passed by the Pierce County Council on September 19, 2017 . The Ordinance resulted in a development moratorium on the disposal of dredged material within the Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve A number of State and Federal agencies will be present at the meeting to discuss the Dredged Material Management Plan (DMMP) and its relationship to the Nisqually Reach Aquatic Reserve, as well as to respond to the specific concerns presented to Council. See 22 Feb Agenda


Pierce County Ferry System information, including the sailing schedule, is available at:
Pierce County Ferry
Paul Crow, Marine Superintendant
Mary Powers, Public Works and Utilities PIO

Your ferry-related comments and suggestions are welcome and may be sent via email to the Ferry Committee at HERE.
To receive ferry service announcements please send your email address to HERE.


Please help us keep you informed of County developments and AICAB news.

If you wish to receive AICAB news via email, (meeting announcements, general updates, and special notifications of County and/or AICAB developments) please send your email address HERE.