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About the Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety (CCOPS)
The Washington State Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety is a governor-appointed committee that meets regularly to discuss, identify, review and highlight pipeline safety issues on a local and national level. The committee consists of nine voting members representing the public, including local government, and elected officials. Four non-voting members represent owners and operators of hazardous liquid and gas pipelines. The members serve three year staggered terms. The committee is staffed by the Utilities and Transportation Commission’s Pipeline Safety Program.
In 2000, the governor and the Washington State Legislature established, in state law, the Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety.
"The Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety is established to advise the state agencies and other appropriate federal and local government agencies and officials on matters relating to hazardous liquid and gas pipeline safety, routing, construction, operation, and maintenance.” - RCW 81.88.140
- Current CCOPS Members
- Committee Activities - Meetings, Presentation Materials, Correspondence
- Pipeline Safety in Washington State 2018
Governor's Boards and Commissions
- Apply to Serve on a Board or Commission
- Resign from a Board or Commission
- Recommend an Applicant
- Boards & Commission Profiles
- Membership Handbook
- Current Members (All Boards & Commissions)
- Recent Appointments (All Boards & Commissions)
- Upcoming Appointments (All Boards & Commissions)
If you have questions, or if you have any issues that you want to pass on to the committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington Citizens Committee on Pipeline Safety
PO Box 47250
Olympia, WA 98504-7250