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Board of County Commissioners (BCC)

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.

Board of Commissioners 2024

In April 2021, a new user friendly Board of Commissioners portal was implemented. This new portal enables users to contact their commissioners, learn about meetings, attendance and recorded votes, search for documents, and more.

Board of County Commissioners Agendas & Minutes

Who is my Commissioner?

Enter your address to find your County Commissioner using the Commissioner Lookup.

View Board meetings

Stream recent Board meetings with video from Tualatin Valley Community Television or view on YouTube.


State of Our County 2024

On June 20, Board Chair Kathryn Harrington delivered the annual State of Our County address, reflecting on current challenges and priorities for the future, as well as services the County provides to the community. View the speech here.

Washington County Board adopts budget preserving basic county services despite reductions, funds modernization of key systems

The balanced adopted budget closes a $10 million gap in the general fund, the third such reduced budget in as many years.