- Board of County Commissioners
Board of County Commissioners
The Board of County Commissioners are excited to welcome back our constituents for in-person public meetings! Beginning June 1, 2022 the Board of County Commissioners will be conducting their regularly scheduled meetings in-person; please join us on:
Monday's Work Session at-
Douglas County Public Services Building, 140 19th Street East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Tuesday's Regular Business Session at-
Douglas County Courthouse, 203 Rainier St. Waterville, WA 98858
We value your input and public comment is welcome. The Board of County Commissioners represents you, and appreciates community involvement and input.
Please contact the Clerk of the Board to request and arrange any meeting accommodations as needed. Written public comment is encouraged, please provide your written comments to the Clerk of the Board 24 hours prior to the meeting. To provide comments or request accommodations online please do so here:
About the County Commissioners
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners is the legislative authority for Douglas County and is responsible for the overall administration of Douglas County government. The Board is responsible for the adoption of an annual budget, levies taxes and appropriates all funds for expenditure. The Board of Commissioners:
- Adopts land use policies and development regulations for unincorporated areas
- Enacts ordinances
- Enters into governmental contracts and agreements
- Establishes policies
- Makes appointments to advisory committees
- Responsible for assuring that County facilities and roads are constructed and maintained
Other Governmental Bodies Service
Members of the Board of Commissioners also serve on other governmental bodies such as the Chelan-Douglas Health District Board of Health, LINK (public transit) Board, Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council, Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board, Homeless Steering Committee, Rivercom Board, Martin Hall Juvenile Detention Facility Board, North Central Washington Economic Development District and the Washington State Association of Counties Legislative Steering Committee . The Board represents Douglas County at various intergovernmental forums and community events.
Kala Lince, Clerk of the Board, can provide you with additional information about the Board's schedule. She may be contacted by calling the Commissioners' Office at 509-745-8537
There are three Commissioner districts with an approximate equal portion of the population of the County in each. As the regional government within Douglas County, the Board of Commissioners represents citizens in both the incorporated areas of the cities/towns and the unincorporated area of the county. Commissioners are elected to staggered four-year terms. Contact the Auditor's Office for information on which district you reside in.
Voter Districts Map
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Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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- 8:30 am
- Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of each week (excluding holidays)
- Monday Work Sessions
140 19th Street
East Wenatchee, WA 98801
- Courthouse Commissioners Chambers
203 S Rainier Street
Waterville, WA 98858