Welcome to Community Council

Full Circle Celebration:  Join Us!

Monday, October 30 from 5:15-6:30 at the YWCA, 213 S 1st Avenue in Walla Walla.

On Monday, October 30, the Improving Food Security Study Committee and Implementation Task Force will celebrate four years of study and advocacy work.  At the event, the public is invited to hear about the results of the advocacy process and celebrate the community's collaborative efforts to address this important regional issue.  You will also receive a copy of the Implementation Task Force's report, which will be posted on our website shortly after this event. The even is free and open to the public.

 

Community Council as Changemaker

Community Council's work is featured in Pacific Northwest Changemakers:  Innovative Approaches to Community-based Sustainability, a recent report published by Philanthropy Northwest.  Community Council is profiled as one of eight non-profit organizations developing innovative approaches to making positive long-term community change.  Click here to view the publication 

 

Congratulations community!

Your work on our Community Conversations project resulted in the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce awarding Community Council the Duane Wollmuth Catalyst Award! Thank you to everyone, including our collaborators: Blue Mountain Community Foundation, United Way of Walla Walla County, Sherwood Trust, and Pomegranate Center!

 

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.