The Puget Sound Partnership approved the 2014 Action Agenda for Puget Sound (large PDF). The agenda lays out the work needed to protect and restore the Puget Sound now and into the future by setting concrete objectives. It also guides how we can live and work in tandem with our natural environment. It’s important to keep in mind that the action agenda is not a regulatory document.
This version of the agenda is the result of more than a year of work with state and federal agencies, tribal governments, local governments, representatives of the business and environment caucuses, among others.
In January 2014 the AHSS Executive Committee adopted 18 near-term actions for inclusion in the 2014 Action Agenda for Puget Sound. Click here to download the complete list and associated performance measures.
For more information on the Puget Sound Action Agenda Update, click here.