The Grant County Board of Health
GCHD is governed by a nine-member Grant County Board of Health, which consists of locally elected or appointed officials representing county and city governments in Grant County. They have broad legal authority and responsibility to protect the community’s health and to enforce a variety of local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Their powers are specified in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW 70.05.060).
The Board selects and oversees our leadership; work with us to set our policy and priorities; approve our annual budget; and when the need arises, enact health policies. This diverse group of county and city elected officials shares a passion for public service that contributes significantly to the health and well-being of our community.
Tom Taylor – Grant County Commissioner
Cindy Carter – Grant County Commissioner
Richard Stevens – Grant County Commissioner
Mark Wanke – Representative Vice Chairman – Ephrata City Council
John Glassco – Representative – Soap Lake City Council (Representing: Wilson Creek, Soap Lake and Krupp)
David Curnel – Representative – Moses Lake
Tony Massa – Representative Chairman – Warden City Council (Representing: George, Warden, Royal City and Mattawa)
Carol Nordine – Representative – (Representing: Electric City, Coulee City, Grand Coulee and Hartline)
Tom Harris – Representative – Quincy City Council
Board of Health Meeting Schedule and Locations
Meetings are at 7:00 pm on the second Wednesday of the month at the Ephrata Grant County Public Works main office at 124 Enterprise Street SE. Meeting location may change please call 509-766-7960 to confirm.