Become a Board Member
Conservation District Board of Supervisors are public officials who serve without compensation and set policy and direction for the Conservation District. At any given time there are 5 voting members on the board. Three of these members are elected and two are appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission(WSCC).
Board of Supervisors Elected Positions
The filing deadline to file a candidate required application and optional information is January 19, 2024, by 4:30 pm. Interested candidates must file their candidate required information via the online form. If a candidate is unable to file electronically, please contact the District at (253) 845-9770 and other arrangements will be made.
The person in this position serves on the Pierce Conservation District Board from June 2024 until May 2027. The position is currently held by Jeanette Dorner.
Interested candidates must be registered Pierce County voters who reside within the District boundaries, which include Unincorporated Pierce County, City of Bonney Lake, City of Buckley, City of Dupont, City of Edgewood, City of Fircrest, City of Gig Harbor, City of Lakewood, City of Milton, City of Orting, City of Puyallup, Town of Steilacoom, City of Sumner, City of Tacoma, and City of University Place.
For the 2024 Board of Supervisors election, the requirement spelled out in RCW 89.08.160 that “requires two of the three elected supervisors be landowners or operators of a farm” has been met and therefore not a prerequisite for candidacy for this election cycle.
Board of Supervisors Appointed Positions
This position is appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission (WSCC). They select supervisors who are qualified by training and experience to serve on the Conservation District Board. At any given time the board of supervisors has two appointed positions.
The person in this position serves on the Pierce Conservation District Board from June 2024 until May 2027. The position is currently held by Amy Moreno-Sills. This position is appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission (WSCC).
To Apply, please visit the WSCC Appointed Supervisor Application.
Associate Supervisor Positions Open
We are currently accepting applications for Associate Supervisors.
Associate Supervisors are a key component of the District’s interactions and communication with our community and the residents we serve.
Associates can serve as advisers to the Board in an area of expertise, represent a sector of our community or an industry, assist with special committees, and support other District initiatives as directed by the Board of Supervisors.
Associate Supervisors do not have the authority to vote on the board’s official actions but are a critical component to the success of our organization.
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