About the Mobility Council

The North Central Washington Mobility Council was established in 2017 following a Mobility Summit hosted by LINK Transit in Wenatchee, Washington. 

The NCW Mobility Council is a diverse group of organizations comprised of healthcare, public health, social services, local government, transportation and non-profits.

Our Mission
To increase access to services to improve the wellness of our communities and vulnerable populations in Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan counties.

Our Vision
The NCW Mobility Council is a long-term effort aimed at creating partnerships and identifying resources to expand and increase accessibility to existing services; and to advise the community on services needed to fill in the gaps.

The NCW Mobility Council meets every other month on the third Wednesday from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. Meeting locations are subject to change so please check here for updates.

Interested in joining the NCW Mobility Council? Please complete the NCW Mobility Council Charter and email to Maggie Kaminoff (email address below). We look forward to your participation!

Upcoming Meeting Info

Next Meeting: Wednesday, April 17th, 3:00-4:30 p.m. | Link Transit Conference Room (3rd Floor), 300 S. Columbia Street in Wenatchee

September: Agenda | Summary               
October: Agenda | Summary
December: Agenda | Summary

February: Agenda | Summary
April: Agenda | Summary

Meeting Agendas & Summaries

Contact Us

To learn more about the NCW Mobility Council, contact:

Maggie Kaminoff | LINK Transit (email)

Megan Parish, MPH | Confluence Health Foundation (email)

Nicole Campbell, AICP | Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council (email)

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