Public Facilities District Board

About the Board

The Public Facilities District Board was formed in 2002 to plan, finance, construct, and/or operate regional public facilities, such as:

  • Arenas
  • Convention centers
  • Stadiums
  • Other major facilities authorized by state law

Members must be resident of the City of Pasco. The Public Facilities District Board Members serve 4-year terms. 

Additional details about the PPFD Board, its Board members, meeting schedule and access to recent meeting packets may be accessed in the the City's Boards & Commissions Module Pasco Public Facility District Board.

Voter Approved Indoor/Outdoor Aquatic Facility

The voters of the Pasco Public Facilities District voted on Proposition No. 1 imposing a 2/10 of 1% Sales & Use Tax for the purpose of funding an Aquatics Facility and Competition Pool during a special election held in April 2022.  The PPFD Ballet Measure was approved and certified by the Franklin County Auditor in May 2022.

The collection of the Sales & Use Tax commenced on January 1, 2023. The PPFD Board intends to allocate funds from the voter approved Sales & Use Tax consistent with RCW 82.12.048 to fund the building and operations of an Aquatics Facility and, in Phase 2, a competition pool.

Past Aquatic Facility Discussion and Relevant Documents

The PFD Board had been studying the possibility of a local aquatic facility for the last few years; a change in state law (which occurred in 2019) was required for the PPFD to proceed with a local proposal.

Get Involved

Interested in joining the Public Facilities District Board? Fill out a Boards and Commissions Application.

For more information about the Public Facilities District Board, contact the City Clerk’s Office at (509) 544-3096.