The Washington Animal Control Association (WACA) was formally created January 22, 1983. WACA is an organization dedicated to promoting professionalism and excellence in animal care, education, and enforcement while protecting animal welfare and public safety through training and support.
The purpose of this website is to provide you every opportunity to participate with us in our goal to “Protect People and Pets.” Here you will find the resources you need to become an Animal Control Officer including the training and conference schedules.
Code 3 Associates and National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA)
April 10‐14, 2017 ‐ Seattle, WA
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Interested in becoming a vital part of WACA?
Board member applications must be submitted no later than August 1st, 2017.
Qualifying applications will be nominated and presented to the Membership for
2016/17 Board of Directors
The following people have been elected to the 2016/17 WACA Board of Directors Term:
Brian Boman ACO Pierce County Animal Control (currently serving as President)
Erika Johnson ACO Joint Animal Services (currently serving as Vice-President)
Jody Page ACO Pierce County Animal Control (currently serving as Treasurer)
James Miller ACO Wenatchee Valley Humane (currently serving as Secretary)
Brennan Stoelb ACO Chehalis Tribal Animal Control
The Membership Meeting will be held at Pierce County Animal Control. You must be an active WACA Member to join the meeting and vote. If you have questions regarding Nominations please contact Elena McKee at Mckee4waca@gmail.com.
Bi-Laws Revision Draft: Please click here to review the Bi-Laws draft presented to the Board of Directors. We will be taking comments and suggestions up until the day of the Membership Meeting. A vote to approve the final draft will occur during the Membership Meeting