The City of Lynnwood is committed to providing timely and accurate information and resources related to the Coronavirus / COVID-19.
The Human Services Commission is an advisory commission of the city of Lynnwood. The Commission shall focus on meeting the needs of Lynnwood's lower income residents, the homeless, seniors, veterans, victims of abuse, youth and other needs the Commission finds to be underserved. The Commission shall have the power and responsibility to perform the following functions:
Members of the Commission shall be appointed to a three-year term. Members shall represent the general citizenry and have an interest in human services and a commitment to human services. Individuals with knowledge and understanding of human services, such as a background that provides experience in addressing the needs of youth, seniors, veterans, homeless, etc. is highly desirable. Five of the seven members must live within Lynnwood City Limits. Members must be registered voters.
In July 2019 the Human Services Commission conducted a Human Services Needs Assessment. We received over 170 community responses to this survey and we are now in the process of analyzing the data and developing recommendations to present to the Mayor and City Council. Thank you to everyone that took the time to fill out the survey - your thoughts and opinions are valuable to us in creating a Human Services action plan!
Until further notice the Human Services Commission will be meeting virtually via Zoom. Please use the following link to connect to the Human Services Commission Regular Meeting
All meetings are open to the public.
Are you interested in joining the Human Services Commission?
Visit our Board and Commission Page to see a listing of our current opportunities and to fill out an application.