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The Asotin County Public Transportation Benefit Area offers public transportation to individuals in Asotin, Clarkston, Clarkston Heights and Lewiston, Idaho.

EMPLOYMENT

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please click here to print out our Asotin County Employment Application. Fill out and return form to:

Asotin County PTBA, 1494 Poplar Street, Clarkston, WA 99403, Phone: 509-758-3567, Fax: 509-758-3594
Email
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8am to 4pm

OR

Click here to open our Employment Application online. (This is a Microsoft Word file.) Fill out the application, save it to your computer by clicking File/Save, then email it as an attachment.

PUBLIC HEARINGS / BOARD MEETINGS

Board meetings are held at 8:30 a.m. on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Asotin County PTBA office, 1494 Poplar Street, Clarkston, WA.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  • Mervin Schneider, Council Member, City of Asotin
  • Brian Shinn, Asotin County Commissioner
  • Brian Kolstad, Council Member, City of Clarkston

The Board of Directors, as the governing body of the municipality, establishes policy and legislative direction for the agency. The Board defines the organization’s mission, establishes goals, and approves the budget to accomplish the goals. Board members represent the agency’s position to the public, in the Legislature and in the community, working closely with the General Manager. Board members establish the PTBA’s performance standards and are expected to abide by all state and local laws with regard to Board member conduct and protocol, as well as the municipality’s by-laws, resolutions, and procedures. The municipality’s legal counsel reports to the General Manager.

The Board is composed of three elected officials selected by and serving at the pleasure of the respective governing bodies of the component cities and county within the service area.

ASOTIN COUNTY PTBA BOARD MEETING AGENDAS

Asotin County PTBA Board Meeting Agendas are list below:

Click here to view the November 2016 Board Agenda.

Click here to view the December 2016 Board Agenda.

Click here to view the January 2017 Board Agenda.

Click here to view the February 2017 Board Agenda.

WSDOT SUMMARY

The Summary of Public Transportation is a yearly report that summarizes the status of public transportation in Washington State. It provides data to transit providers, legislative transportation committees, and local and regional governments.

Click here to view the WSDOT Summary.

POLICIES

All Asotin County PTBA riders are required to conduct themselves properly and in such a manner as to not offend others when riding an Asotin County PTBA vehicle. Behavior, which distracts the driver or annoys other passengers, is not tolerated. To learn more, please click here to view all our Policies.

TITLE VI

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the Federal law that protects individuals from discrimination on the basis of their race, color, or national origin in programs that receive Federal financial assistance. Because the Asotin County PTBA receives Federal financial assistance for public transportation, the County is responsible for preventing discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin, investigating complaints of discrimination, and correcting discriminatory acts, if they occur. To learn more, please click here to learn more about Asotin County PTBA’s Title VI Compliance.

CITY OF CLARKSTON

Please click here to visit the City of Clarkston website.

ASOTIN COUNTY PTBA 1494 Poplar Street Clarkston, WA 99403 PH 509.758.3567 FX 509.758.3594 LEWISTON TRANSIT SYSTEM 215 D Street Lewiston, ID 83501 PH 208.298.1340 FX 208.298.1339 FUNDED BY THE LEWIS CLARK VALLEY METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION. ©2013. SITE DEVELOPED BY NORTHWEST MEDIA.