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Sustainable Tacoma Commission


The Sustainable Tacoma Commission works with the Office of Sustainability, which is responsible for implementing the strategies in the Climate Action Plan and measuring the city’s progress as it reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Both the Office and the Commission were created by a City Council resolution in October 2008. 



The Sustainable Tacoma Commission consists of eleven members who are appointed by the Mayor and City Council. Membership is a balanced representation of stakeholders, such as the environmental community, small business, labor, housing, industry and port, transportation, education, building industry, and residents. 




Term Expiration

Matthew Benedict April 2022

Alexandra Brewer

April 2021
Kenny Coble April 2021
Sheree Cooks April 2020

Philip Coughlan

April 2021

Liberty Evans-Agnew

April 2019
Todd Hay April 2019
Chris Karnes April 2019
Jade Monroe April 2020

Emily Pinckney

April 2020
JC Rubi April 2021



Duties and Responsibilities

The purpose of the Sustainable Tacoma Commission is to bring citizen accountability, transparency, and vigilance to the long-term implementation of Tacoma’s Environmental Action Plan, and to oversee, coordinate, communicate, and encourage public involvement regarding sustainability initiatives as are consistent with the City’s vision and definition of sustainability.


Commission Expectations and Guidelines


Staff Support

Staffing support to the Sustainable Tacoma Commission is provided by the City's Office of Environmental Policy and Sustainability


Time and Day

4:30 PM
Fourth Thursday of the month



Tacoma Municipal Building

Room 243

747 Market Street
Tacoma, WA 98402


Additional Information

Staff Liaison
Kristi Lynett
General Information
(253) 591-5571