Welcome to Community Council



Thanks to everyone who has shared their ideas for a regionwide non-motorized transportation and trail network!  Our region’s planners are now working to analyze the almost 900 comments and ideas in preparation for the second round of workshops, to be held in May.  To stay updated on project progress, please visit www.bluezonetrails.org


Let's Get to Work! 

¡Vamos a trabajar! 

Thank you to all who were able to attend the Community Conversations celebration!  Over 250 community members came to learn of the region’s top priorities and sign up to help move forward on shared goals.  If you were not able to join us at that event, but would like to get involved, please take a minute to fill out the short survey, below. 

¡Gracias a todos los que les fue posible asistir a la celebración de las Conversaciones Comunitarias!  Más de 250 miembros de la comunidad se enteraron de las prioridades principales de la región y se anotaron para ayudar al logro de las metas comunes.  Si a usted no le fue posible asistir a ese evento pero le gustaría participar, por favor tome un minuto de su tiempo para responder a las preguntas que se encuentran enseguida.

To read more about the goals identified for each of the region’s top priorities, click on the topic:

Para leer más sobre las metas identificadas para cada una de las prioridades principales de la región, oprima sobre el tema:

Access to Education / Acceso a la Educación
Strong and Diverse Economy / Economía Sólida y Diversa
Health and Well-being / Salud y Bienestar
Care for Nature / Cuidado de la Naturalez
Safety / Securidad





About the Council

The council helps address community issues by bringing residents of the region together to study topics and implement recommended solutions.

Community Study Process

  1. The program committee identifies—and the board selects—a topic.
  2. The study committee studies the topic and gives recommendations.
  3. The implementation task force implements recommendations.
  4. The community council board of directors monitors the results.

The council encompasses the entire Walla Walla region, from Dayton to Burbank and Milton-Freewater to the Snake River.