Photography provided by Katharine Williams
Liz has a desire to foster working relationships between city government and the community she serves. With a goal to manage growth, balance economic vitality, and promote environmental stewardship; she’s helping make Anacortes a sustainable place to live and work.
She is an active member of the City’s council committees, serving on: Public Safety, Public Works, Housing Affordability and Community Resources, Personnel, and Depot Master Planning.
Liz is a mother, sister, and daughter of Anacortes residents.
She has been a small business owner and operator, and is a proud homeowner.
accomplishments & milestones
Worked diligently to include water management into 2016 comprehensive plan to prevent long-term transfer or leasing of water rights
Sponsored resolutions to support Anacortes’ school bond and oil train safety
Organized and moderated forum on emergency management of hazardous material transport
Was the primary author of the Affordable Housing Strategic Plan
Western County Representative for Population Health Trust of Skagit County; Member of the Safe Energy Leadership Alliance; Past Vice President and Advisor for the Anacortes Farmers Market; Participated in Capital Facilities Planning for Anacortes School District; Two-time Past President of Whitney Elementary School PTA; Past Member of Skagit Maritime Resources Committee; Recently honored by Community Actions ‘Profiles in Hope’ for her leadership on Affordable Housing.