Local Elections & Appointments

Conservation District Board Supervisors work to make a difference in their communities, together.

Each conservation district (CD) in Washington is governed by a board of five members, called supervisors. Three are elected locally by the public, and two are appointed by the Conservation Commission. At least two of the elected and one of the appointed supervisors must be local landowners or operators of a farm. The term of office is three years. Supervisors serve without compensation — they are volunteers.

Interested in running for a position on your CD's board of supervisors?

Would you like to be considered for an appointed position on your CD's board of supervisors?

More information

Elections Fact Sheet

Conservations Districts Elections
Fact Sheet
(January 2020)

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