Public meetings

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) hosts occasional public meetings around the state, where the public is welcome to attend and learn about proposed rules and issues affecting Washington's fish and wildlife and their habitats. WDFW also welcomes public comment at many meetings.

In addition to public meetings held on specific topics, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission holds regular in-person meetings and teleconference calls. These meetings are typically open to the public.

Other information on public meetings may be found in WDFW news releases and our advisory group websites.