Board of Commissioners

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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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Board of Commissioners seek public input regarding community needs - Release date: 07/30/2020

Washington County Board of Commissioners invite the public to sign up for their upcoming series of online Community Listening Sessions.

Board of Commissioners supports Safe Sleep Village project - Release date: 07/24/2020

The Washington County Board of Commissioners supports county’s proposed Safe Sleep Village project to lessen the spread of the COVID-19 virus

 

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Work Session 07/14/2020  08:30 AM Work Session
Work Session 06/09/2020  08:30 AM Work Session
Special Meeting 07/01/2020  10:00 AM Special Meeting
Special Meeting 06/26/2020  03:30 PM Executive Session
Regular Meeting 08/04/2020  10:00 AM Board

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Washington County, Oregon, Charter and Code.

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