Pat Hulcey

City of Fife - Councilmember Pat Hulcey

Councilmember Hulcey is a lifelong resident of Fife who is passionate about a number of community matters including: long range planning for economic, business and community growth; productive relationships among federal, state, county, city and tribal entities; and the development of parks, open space, transportation and infrastructure plans. He has served on the Council since 2010 and supports local businesses and entrepreneurship, the expansion of youth programs and the concept of a walkable community. He also values resident involvement in city planning, and a government that is proactive, accessible and transparent.

Governor Appointed Position

  • Washington State Freight Mobility Strategic Investment Board (FMSIB)

Council Liaison/Advisory Appointments

  • Washington State Freight Advisory Committee
  • Association of Washington Cities Ad Hoc Freight Rail Committee
  • Executive Committee – SR 167 Gateway Project
  • Puget Sound Regional Council – Freight Mobility Roundtable
  • Regional Access Mobility Partnership (RAMP)
  • Pierce County Cities & Towns Association
  • Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters (LEOFF) I Disability Board
  • Patient Advocacy Council, MultiCare – Tacoma Family Medicine
  • Alternate, South Sound 911 Policy Board

Elected Experience

  • Fife City Councilmember
  • Fife Historical Society Board of Directors

Professional Experience

  • 25 year career as a steel fabrication welder


  • Association of Washington Cities – Certificate of Municipal Leadership
  • Association of Washington Cities – Advanced Certificate of Municipal Leadership
  • Certificate in Welding Technology, Clover Park Technical College
  • Certificate in Specialized Welding, Hobart Institute of Welding Technology

Community Involvement

  • Dacca Barn Facility Board (vision, planning, remodel)
  • Welding and fabrication for Fife/Milton Daffodil Float
  • Event Coordination & Fundraising, Race Against Drugs – Drug Awareness Program


  • Advocate of alternative energy sources
  • Designed and built the first Fife residence to use both active and passive solar energy
  • Accomplished Artist (Pen & Ink, Pencil & Airbrush)
  • Enjoys land speed racing at the Bonneville Salt Flats, hiking, bicycling, woodworking and carpentry

Term Expires

December 2019

Contact Information

Pat Hulcey
(253) 212-5716

The City of Fife is an equal opportunityā€ˇ employer.