What is the Council on Aging?
The Council on Aging (COA) is a 30-member citizen’s advisory board which advises the County’s Division of Long Term Care and Aging, Human Services Department and County Executive on issues facing older persons and younger persons with disabilities in Snohomish County.
What is the purpose of the COA?
The purpose of the Council shall be to advise the Snohomish County Division of Long Term Care and Aging and Human Services Department, and the Snohomish County Executive on all matters of policy and implementation of the Snohomish County Area Plan on Aging in order to secure and maintain maximum independence and dignity for older residents of Snohomish County and all individuals receiving services administered by the Division of Long Term Care and Aging.
Excerpt from Council on Aging Bylaws, Article III, Section I
For more information about the Council on Aging, please view the Council on Aging's Frequently Asked Questions (729 KB).
Go to the Council on Aging Agenda and Attachments web page.
Council on Aging 2009-2010 Legislative Agenda (218 KB)
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