The Board of County Commissioners recognizes the added value associated with public involvement during the preparation of transportation improvement plans, and specifically the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (6-Year TIP).

The Board first established TIP-CAP in 1999 by resolution to increase public involvement and bring forward a community voice for transportation needs.  Members have met regularly over the years, with the exception of 2013-2014 when Commissioners began a thorough review of the 6-Year TIP process.  As a result, Commissioners reaffirmed the value and importance of citizen involvement and adopted Resolution 53-14 spelling out TIP-CAP membership, mission, goals and charge.

TIP-CAP meetings are open to the public.  If you have an interest in your County’s transportation plans and needs, your attendance is welcome!

For more information, please contact the Public Works Department at (360) 427-9670 ext. 450.