Action Teams

To work towards the agreed upon goals and objectives, the group has established leads for core areas aligned with the County’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan. The leads and alternates are shown below by Emergency Service Function (ESF):


ESF #3 (Public Works – Solid Waste)

** Lead: Snohomish County Public Works Solid Waste Division

ESF #4 (Firefighting/EMS)

** Lead: South Snohomish County Fire & Rescue

ESF #5 (Emergency Management)

** Lead: Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management

ESF #6 (Mass Care, Housing, Human Services)

** Lead: Snohomish County Human Services

ESF #7 (Logistics Management/Resource Support)

** Lead: Snohomish County Executive’s Office

ESF #8 (Public Health & Medical Services)

** Lead: Snohomish Health District

ESF #10 (Hazardous Materials)

** Lead: South Snohomish County Fire & Rescue

ESF #13 (Public Safety)

** Lead: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office

** Alternate: Everett Police Department

ESF #15 (External Affairs)

** Lead: Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office

** Alternate: Snohomish County Executive’s Office and Snohomish Health District

MAC Group Goals & Objectives

As a part of developing the framework for the multi-agency workgroup, seven common goals were identified. The team also agreed on using a 12-month timeframe when developing objectives to work toward achieving those goals. These goals and objectives are reviewed on a monthly basis with the team leads, with weekly situation reports to share progress, obstacles, etc.


Below is the current set of goals and objectives that the MAC Group is operating from, as of November 21, 2017. Monthly updates will be shared on this page moving forward.