Why Become a Member of KCDA

State law encourages participation in cooperatives to eliminate duplication of efforts, thereby saving taxpayers' dollars. KCDA is available for use by any public school district, state, local or federal government agency and state K-12 accredited private schools.

Who can become a member?

Public School Districts.

Counties.

Municipalities.

State and Federal Agencies.

Public Colleges, Universities.

Political subdivisions within the state or in other states.

State accredited K-12 private schools in the State of Washington.

 

How can I become a member?

The governing body of the agency, subdivision, or taxing entity signs an Membership Agreement and Profile with KCDA. The Agreement and Profile are then mailed to KCDA for approval by the Board of Directors and the signature of the Executive Director. Once approved, a copy will be returned to you for your records. Interim membership is available with a faxed copy, with confirmed membership beginning with the receipt of the original Agreement. KCDA Agreements and the Member Profile are available for downloading below.

 

Forms needed for KCDA membership:

Within Washington State

1. Member Profile (PDF file)

2. Washington State Public Entities Agreement (PDF file)

or

Outside Washington State

1. Member Profile (PDF file)

2. Interstate Membership Agreement (PDF file) (Formally known as the Interlocal Agreement)

>> For Washington State Private Schools please call KCDA for membership information.

 

What is the cost to become a member?

There are no fees to join; KCDA is funded by a service fee included in the price of each item.

 

Who can I contact if I have further questions regarding KCDA membership?

Robert Payne, KCDA CFO., Ext 110, rpayne@kcda.org

Dane Hewitt, Marketing Director, Ext 117, dhewitt@kcda.org

David Mahalko, KCDA Executive Director, Ext 161, dmahalko@kcda.org

 

Phone: 800-422-5019

Fax: 253-395-5402

Mail: P.O. Box 5550, Kent, WA 98064-5550

Street: 18639 - 80th Ave. S, Kent, WA 98032