The Council is made up of 23 stakeholder groups that represent a broad range of interests in the Tualatin Basin. The agricultural interests are represented by the Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District, the Farm Bureau, the Nursery industry and an agriculture-at-large representative. The Forestry interests are represented by Industrial Forestry and the Washington County Small Woodlands Association. Businesses in Washington County are represented by Business and Industry, Homebuilders and Developers, and the Chambers of Commerce. Local governments have representatives from cities and counties. The urban service providers are represented by water districts, the sewer district, and parks and recreation. In addition there are representatives from the education, environmental, and fisheries interests. Finally several stakeholder positions are held by citizens-at-large and the citizen and neighborhood participation organization.
The various organizations select their representatives. When there is a citizen-at-large position vacant the Council seeks applications and the Steering Committee reviews the applications and selects the representative.
Click here for a list of our Members and Officers.
The Council has a paid staff of one, the Council Coordinator. April Olbrich has filled that position since 2003.
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Hillsboro, OR 97123-0338