Who We Are

The council is comprised of a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 21 Clark County residents representing as many of the following professions and/or viewpoints as possible: agriculture, nutrition, education, emergency food systems, health care, food services, food manufacturers and distributors, waste management, planning, transportation, grocery, community members, business or economic development, human services, faith based organizations, land use and concerned citizens. In addition to the elected membership, the Public Health Advisory Council (PHAC) will have the ability to appoint a member to the council.

Council members are appointed for 1 or 2-year terms and may be reappointed for an additional term with rotations that ensure continuity with new members joining experienced members.