Intergovernmental coordination is an important part of growth management. The GMA requires the development of countywide and multi-county planning policies to provide a framework from which county and city comprehensive
plans are developed and adopted. Snohomish County’s policies are
coordinated through Snohomish County Tomorrow (SCT).
Snohomish County Tomorrow is the designated, countywide planning organization composed of Snohomish County, its 20 cities and towns, and the Tulalip Tribes. SCT provides a forum to discuss all aspects of land use planning, transportation, and other issues facing the County and its cities and towns.
SCT also works with the Counties of Pierce, King, and Kitsap to provide input
to the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) regarding land use and transportation planning.
The Puget Sound Regional Council is the regional growth management and transportation planning agency for the central Puget Sound region in Washington state.
The Municipal Research & Services Center (MRSC) is a non-profit, independent organization created in 1969 to respond to inquiries on virtually every facet of local government. MRSC’s library contains the State’s largest collection of local government reference materials, such as local ordinances, city and county codes, budgets and financial reports, and comprehensive plans and documents illustrating virtually every function and operation of local government.
MRSC’s web site includes the Revised Code of Washington, Washington Administrative Code, municipal and county codes, ordinances, and a wealth of information relevant to local governments in Washington State.