Board of Directors
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners (BCC) is the governing body of the Tri-City Service District. However, daily operations of the Tri-City Water Pollution Control Plant and wastewater treatment decisions are managed by Clackamas County's Water Environment Services.
The BCC, acting in its role as the governing body, is advised by the Tri-City Advisory Committee and the new Regional Wastewater Treatment Capacity Advisory Committee when making policy decisions regarding the District. Citizens are encouraged and invited to attend committee and board meetings and to provide feedback.
Tri-City Service District Advisory Committee
The Tri-City Service District Advisory Committee advises the governing board, the Clackamas County BCC on wastewater policy, budget and issues affecting District customers.
Committee members include the City Managers from Gladstone, Oregon City and West Linn. However, the public is encouraged to attend. Meetings typically occur quarterly and are posted on Calendar.
Regional Wastewater Advisory Committee
The Regional Wastewater Treatment Advisory Committee is a coalition of regional partners that will focus efforts on areas of commonality between the Tri-City Service District and Clackamas County Service District No. 1. The committee will explore such issues as the potential for capturing the benefits of economies of scale through co-investment in future infrastructure projects, developing a unified permit strategy, coordinating regulatory compliance efforts and partnering in efforts to secure grant funding and influence legislation that has the potential of impacting both districts. The committee is represented by the cities of Damascus, Gladstone, Happy Valley, Milwaukie, Oregon City, West Linn, the unincorporated areas of Clackamas County Service District No. 1 (CCSD #1) and the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners.
The Clackamas County Service District (CCSD) #1 Riverhealth Advisory Board is seeking applicants. The board reviews and provides comment to Water Environment Services (WES) staff on programs to improve water quality within the district and review and provide comment on goals, objectives and programs regarding sanitary sewer service within the boundaries of the district.
WES, on behalf of CCSD # 1 is also seeking citizens to fill vacancies on its CCSD # 1 Budget Committee beginning spring 2015. Two three-year terms are available.
WES, on behalf of the Tri-City Service District (TCSD), is seeking a citizen to fill one at-large vacancy on its TCSD Budget Committee beginning spring 2015. One three-year term is available.
WES, on behalf of the Surface Water Management Agency of Clackamas County (SWMACC), is seeking citizens to fill vacancies on its SWMACC Budget Committee beginning in spring 2015. Three 3-year terms are available.
More detailed information about each of these Advisory Boards and Commissions is available here: www.clackamas.us/citizenin/abc.html .
For more information on any one of these recruitments, contact Trista Crase at 503-742-4566 or email email@example.com .
Citizens who are interested in serving on a board may apply online on the county's website at www.clackamas.us/miscapp/application.jsp, or by requesting an application form from the county Public and Government Affairs, 503-655-8751 or at the Public Services Building, 2051 Kaen Road, 4th Floor, Oregon City.
The application deadline is Thursday, Dec. 11 for all four ABCs.