Board of County Commissioners (BCC)

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Washington County is structured as a Council-Manager form of government, giving the five-member Board of Commissioners legislative responsibility and designating administrative authority to a Board-appointed professional county administrator. The Commissioners also serve as the governing board for Clean Water Services, a public utility providing wastewater, stormwater and other services to nearly 500,000 customers. Find information here about the members of the Board, meeting schedules and agendas.

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Commissioner Districts Map (PDF).

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$104.6 million in federal relief funds outlined in final report - Release date: 04/16/2021

A final report outlines the county’s use of federal relief funds to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boards and Commissions Vacancies Spring 2021 - Release date: 04/08/2021

The Washington County Board of Commissioners are seeking committed volunteers to advise them on critical community issues.

Statement from Board Chair Kathryn Harrington on Recent Gun Violence - Release date: 03/23/2021

Chair Harrington reflects on recent incidents of violence in Boulder, Atlanta and in Oregon.

 

 

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Work Session 04/22/2021  09:00 AM Roundtable
Regular Meeting 04/20/2021  10:00 AM Board
Work Session 04/13/2021  08:30 AM Work Session
Regular Meeting 04/06/2021  10:00 AM Board
Special Meeting 03/29/2021  10:00 AM Special Meeting

Washington County, Oregon, Commissioner Districts.


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Tualatin Valley Community Television, streaming video of Washington County Board meetings.


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1. Stream recent Board meetings with video from Tualatin Valley Community Television.

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Washington County, Oregon, Charter and Code.

County Charter & Code

The authority for the County government is derived from Oregon law and the County policies found in its Charter, code and resolutions.

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