All County Policies
2010-2011 COLA and Medical, dental Amendment
Personnel Rules and Regulations Effective November 8, 2014
Policies regarding our commitment to providing equal access to services
Agreement on Implementation of Furlough Program FY 2009-2010
ONA Amendment to 2009-2010 Agreement related to COLA
Washington County, Oregon's Solid Waste and Recycling Program annual rate review procedures and policies manual.
The Washington County policy to compensate employees who have passed a bilingual proficiency test and are serving in positions designated by the Human Resources Division as bilingual.
The Washington County Board of Commissioners follows these meeting procedures in accordance with the County Charter.
CDBG, Document, policies
Fundamental document establishing basic form and structure of Washington County government under home rule authority.
A graphic directing users to click on it to direct them to FAQ content and resources about severe weather and emergency impacts on garbage and recycling collection.
The Washington County Domestic Violence Leave policy is designed to provide employees with the ability to take time off from work to address defined legal, health, and safety concerns of the employee or the employee’s minor children or dependents related to domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.
The Drivers License and Record Policy was adopted to ensure that employees and volunteers who drive on County business are properly licensed and maintain an acceptable driving record.
The Washington County policy regarding the work-related effects of drug use and the unlawful possession of controlled substances on County premises.
Policies for Eagle landing park
Washington County’s Management, Preservation and Storage of Electronic Public Records, Including Electronic Mail Correspondence (Email) Policy.
Exclusion Policy for Washington County
Washington County supports breastfeeding mothers in the workplace. The Washington County Expression of Milk in the Workplace policy provides unpaid rest periods and a private location to lactating employees for the purpose of expressing breast milk. (revised May 5, 2010)
The Facilities and Parks Services Division is responsible for the maintenance and repair of structural, electrical and mechanical functions of County owned and leased buildings. The Division oversees janitorial contracts, lease contracts, and grounds maintenance. This division also manages parks, timber and other County-owned real property.
Use of County Facilities
Washington County's Family Medical Leave Policy (revised January 2011)
Attachment A of R & O
This Policy outlines the general guidelines and expectations governing requests for, access to, and use and disclosure of Protected Health Information (PHI) in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA)
Washington County HIPAA policy
HOME Program Policies
The Washington County policy which covers the County's determination to provide a productive work environment for all employees which is fair, civil, positive, respectful of each person’s dignity and is free from all forms of discrimination or harassment.
guidelines for County employees that plan meetings
Describes the responsibilities of users of County information devices and networks.
Immigration Status Policy Information
Inclement Weather Policy for collecting recycling and garbage in Washington County
The purpose of the Inclement Weather Policy is to inform employees of their responsibilities and options during inclement weather.
The Washington County policy which defines job share as a form of employment where two (2) employees fulfill the responsibilities for a single position approved and budgeted as full-time.
Policies related to the function of the Juvenile Department.
The Washington County policy which defines the Management, Administrative and Professional Personnel System (“MAPPS”) plan adopted by the Board of County Commissioners.
Memorandum of Record 008-01
Memorandum of Record 008-03
Memorandum of Record 008-04
The Washington County policy outlining the organization's approach toward dealing with traditional news organizations.
Medical Leave Policy 2011 second upload
Washington County Personal Information Protection Policy outlining specific employee responsibilities in regards to safeguarding personal information.
Pet Policy Information
consent to be photographed and for the use of photos in MRC promotion.
Membership on the WCHHS provider network is done through a public procurement process. WCHHS issues Requests for Proposals for adult, child and adolescent, intensive community services and crisis services.
Listing of all Community Development Policies and Procedures
HHS policy indicating departmental compliance with ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act)
Communication with individuals who are low English proficient
Policy and procedures for the public to request reasonable accommodation and modification pursuant to the American with Disabilities Act
The Washington County policy which prohibits employees from carrying any firearms while on-duty or on County property at any time. This includes employees who have obtained a concealed weapons permit.
Protocol for Oral Communications at Solid Waste Advisory Committee Meetings (6.2011)
The Washington County policy and procedure to ensure that all requests for public records are handled consistent with applicable public records laws.
Reasonable Accommodation Policy
The Washington County policy which encourages its employees, to report any known or suspected improper governmental conduct, to a responsible County representative.
The Washington County policy which extends health care and other employee benefits to the registered domestic partners of employees so as to be functionally equivalent to those provided to married employees, subject to the requirements of state and federal laws, and the terms, conditions and procedures of this policy.
Effective October 1, 2014, smoking and the use, distribution, sale or advertising of smoking products and devices are not permitted at any time within and on County property. This policy applies to all employees and the public including volunteers, clients, visitors, vendors and contractors on all property owned and controlled by Washington County.
The Washington County policy establishing expectations and responsibilities of employees who are active on Facebook, Twitter and other forms of social media.
Sustainability Plans,Sustainability Policies,Sustainability Reports,program information,progress
guidelines for County employees that plan meetings
The purpose of this policy is to clarify the Employee Commute Options (ECO) Rules and to provide guidance on how and when to survey Washington County employees regarding their mode(s) of transportation to and from their place of work.
Violence Against Women Act
The Washington County policy which allows non-represented employees who wish to voluntarily donate all or part of their accrued vacation leave to another employee may do so under the condition listed in the policy. (2009)
Washington County Vehicle Policy and Procedures document
Washington County Vehicle and Equipment Use Policy
The Washington County Violence in the Workplace Policy designed to provide a safe work environment for all employees and all citizens who conduct business with County employees or on County property, and to establish a process for reporting and responding to events or threats of violence.
Washington County Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan
Policy for Midblock Crossings in Washington County
Adopted in 1986, County 2000 identified the fundamental approach to County service delivery.
Draft of the Washington County Strategic Plan, called "County 2020."