Public comments

The Sound Transit board welcomes your input! Citizen comments are an important part of the Sound Transit public process. The Board of Directors takes comments seriously and considers them in its deliberations. All board and committee meetings and public hearings are open to the public.

How do I provide comments at a Board of Directors or committee meeting?

**Please note: To comply with the Governor’s Stay Home – Stay Healthy Order issued on March 23, 2020, the Sound Transit Board is only accepting public comment via email. Public comment may be sent to emailtheboard@soundtransit.org. Comments received up to one hour before the scheduled meeting time will be provided to Board members electronically during the meeting. Comments received after that deadline will be provided to Board members after the meeting.

Rules and tips for public comment handout

How do I provide comments and questions to the Board of Directors regarding items that are not before the board/committee for final action?

**Please note: To comply with the Governor’s Stay Home – Stay Healthy Order issued on March 23, 2020, the Sound Transit Board is only accepting public comment via email. Public comment may be sent to emailtheboard@soundtransit.org. Comments received up to one hour before the scheduled meeting time will be provided to Board members electronically during the meeting. Comments received after that deadline will be provided to Board members after the meeting.

Ways to provide general comments to board members

Fill out a general comment form. During board and committee meetings, you may fill out a general comment form and place it in the general comments tray in the Boardroom.

Email the board. You can email the Board of Directors by using this email address: emailtheboard@soundtransit.org

Send letters to the board. You can mail letters to the Board of Directors at this address:

Board Administrator
Sound Transit
401 S. Jackson St.
Seattle, WA 98104

All questions and comments received through the general comment tray, email, or mail will be provided to all members of the Sound Transit Board of Directors. The appropriate Sound Transit staff will follow up with you regarding questions or comments that you provide.

Once the chair calls the meeting to order, the sign-in sheet will no longer be available. At the discretion of the Chair, however, he/she may ask if anyone who did not sign up would like to comment.