Human Services Commission

The Human Services Commission is a seven-member volunteer board, appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council for four year terms. They advise the Mayor and Council on general issues related to human services, as well as make specific funding recommendations as part of the City's budget process every two years. The Human Services Commission also helps carry out recommendations outlined in the City's Human Services Strategic Plan, including strategies that increase the knowledge of and engage the community in addressing human services needs and issues in Redmond.

Members

 NAME  TERM
Gerald Wright, Chair 12/01/2015-03/31/2019
Valerie Bays, Vice Chair 02/07/2012-03/31/2017
Steve Daschle 05/03/2011-03/31/2017
Jason Dick 09/15/2011-03/31/2019
Kellen Baker 02/05/2013-03/31/2017
Josh McQueen 05/19/2015-03/31/2019
Sue Stewart 07/16/2016-03/31/2017  

NOTICE:  The City of Redmond has an opening on the Human Services Commission for anyone who lives or works within Redmond’s city limits.  The City is looking for a candidate interested in a broad spectrum of human service issues including basic services, health care, counseling, domestic violence and family support.  For more information and application click here.

10-14-14 Human Services Commission and City Council discussing community trends, human service needs, and funding recommendations for the 2015-16 biennium.

Related Links

All Home King County-Making Homelessness Rare, Brief and One Time
Mental Illness and Drug Dependency Action Plan
Veterans and Human Services Levy
Communities Count
Bellevue Needs Assessment
Eastside Human Services Forum
United Way of King County

Agendas & Summaries